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    Where to eat in Boston ?

    Going to be making a pit stop in Boston for some food and drinks before we head into Highland Bike Park in NH , wheres a nice place to stop in and get some good food ? Ive never been in Boston , so id like to take a quick peek and check out some of downtown i guess ?

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    "On Top of the Hub" You may need a reservation, I made mine same day. A great view of the city on and the sea. Some really excellent seafood and a great menu.

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    Kelly's - on the beach at Revere!

    I fly into bean-town once every two years for Christmas from Australia. Door to door that is a 26 hour journey in coach. In LA I have to go through CPB and get back on another aircraft for a further 5hrs of misery. After ALL that the first thing I do on the way to my sister's place from the airport (luggage still in the car) is to stop at Kelly's for a rare roast beef sandwich !!!

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    Redbones. Many taps, killer BBQ. Tdf parties

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    Dorado Tacos
    Dorado Tacos

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    I worked in Dowtown Crossing for a year and here are the best cheap eats off the beaten path that I found:
    Pedros Tacos - shrimp burrito is unreal. Boston has some of the worst burritos on the planet. This place is the exception.
    Zo's - pretty much nothing by gyros and by far the best I ever had.
    Falafel King - You've heard of the soup Nazi? This guy is the falafel Nazi because he can be.

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    2nd on Redbones - best BBQ and beer selection in town. Also, if you like Italian food try Giacomo's in the North End. Its not too pricey, amazing food, home made pasta. Just get there early - a line forms out the door by about 6:30.

    If you want to spend a bit more try the Chart House or Union Oyster House. Both are downtown and offer great seafood and meat.
    Vermonter - bikes, beers and skis.

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    When I get a craving for the best pizza... (NY style, thin crust, hand-thrown) I go to the original Regina's in the North End.

    Regina Pizzeria - Boston's best pizza since 1926

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    I this thread is old but I love Eastern Standard. Legal's is always good. The new Harborside one is nice. Strega Waterfront is bomb. Pretty much anywhere in the North End.

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