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Sure it's full of tourists, but it is also full of history and also some good food and other things to shop for. It's in the center of the historic neighborhood, so you need to stop here and see what they have. You will surely buy something.
Nice, well preserved 200 year old cemetery between Government Center and the Common. Worth seeing, walk around for a couple of minutes and appreciate our forefathers. I wouldn't go out of my way to seek it out however.
I've eaten at the Fours about 10 times over the years when I come into the city for Bruins and Celtics games. The location is awesome, and the atmosphere perfect. The clam chowder might be the best I've ever had, and I'm a chowder head. Only reason for the 4 rating is the food was cold the last two times...
Really Well place in old Boston near TD garden and on the freedom trail.
We stop by for a drink but we ended up staying 2 hours.
The wibe is really good but Its mostly man customer even in 2020;)
They have some really great beers (They got lord hobo on tap!!!).
The food is great too! Go...
First time in Boston on this was a great place to go for a meal we were really pleased with the vibrant atmosphere and we were taken to a table immediately. we were made welcome. it was a good service, the food was excellent and we'd go again.
My fiancé and I made our first trip to Boston and while the city, the sights, and the sounds were truly magnificent with the rich history of this amazing city....I have to say that Nick made this trip start off incredibly and his thoroughness/attentiveness/kindness made our stay in Boston a dream trip! His customer service skills, knowledge of the area,...