I LOVE going to Boston and trying new restaurants! I live in southern New Hampshire and Boston is quick 40 minute trip. It is such a great town and there is so much to do. I’ve traveled through 46 of our 50 states, and in my honest opinion Boston restaurants are the best. Some may ask, how is eating in a major city thrifty?
A day in Boston is cheaper than many other activities. I can walk through the city and experience history for little to no cost. I can check out cemeteries with famous people from history, walk through Boston Commons, climb to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument, walk along the Freedom Trail, and so much more! So, when the time comes to eat, I have money in my pocket to enjoy a good meal! I also look in advance for any special discounts at my favorite restaurants or a new one I want to give a try. More often than not, I find a discount and save at least 10% off my meal. Also, my husband I hit Boston early and eat by 4 p.m. Many restaurants offer the lunch menu and/or have an early afternoon menu when prices are significantly lower.
For anyone headed to Boston, here is a list of some great restaurants to check out (I’ve included suggestions from friends as well as my own favorites):
Faneuil Hall-Whether you want Italian, seafood, American, Mexican, Greek, or almost any ethnic food you can think of, this is the place to go if your party cannot agree on one restaurant!
La Famiglia in Boston’s North end-Hands down the best Italian ever!
Maluken Japanese Restaurant in Boston’s Back Bay-Yum!
Chef Chang’s House -Chinese food on Beacon St.-Love the crab rangoon!
The Four’s Restaurant and Sports Bar-Canal St. -My husband loves the New England clam chowder.
Union Oyster House-Oldest running restaurant -since 1826, it’s historic-Do not miss it even if you stop in just for a glass of wine! However, I love the food too!
Cheers-The famous original is on Beacon St and there is a replica in Fanueil Hall
These are just a few of the great places to eat in my favorite city! Be sure and check one or two out the next time you head to Boston!
* This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are my own.