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Shopping center with many stores & restaurants comprising 3 historic market buildings & a promenade.
This old marketplace is a bit commercialized now, but the buildings are still beautiful and it's worth walking around. If you want to eat some great seafood go the The Salty Dog for a meal.
This is arguably the most historic market in Boston. I recommend to get the clam chowder in a bread basket.
Quincy Market has tons of restaurants, shops, street performers, outdoor dining. Great experience!
From lobster rolls to chinese food, you'll satisfy every craving you have and will top it off with dessert. Street performers.
Seriously, save yourself some time. Take a look, but don't waste your time here. It's such a tourist trap.
Historic indoor market serving an endless selection of delicacies to whet your appetite.
Famous marketplace and meeting hall since 1743. Tons of shops, bars, and street performers.
With dozens of choices of restaurants, this is a great place to grab lunch while spending the day in Boston.
Must visit.. lots of restaurants, bars souvenirs and activities all around to see and do.
Faneuil Hall was a large market building that served as meeting place for patriots on the eve of the American Revolution. There is now a shooping centerwith many stores and restaurants. Quincy market is the middle building where you can try a bunch of different delicious food.
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