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Where should a chowhound stay in Boston?

Nicole | Sep 4, 201009:46 PM     12

We are traveling to Boston (from L.A.), and don't know the city at all. What part of Boston has the best restaurant options? Could you point us to particular areas of the city, or even specific hotels, that will put us in striking distance of great food? We are totally open to choosing where to stay based on proximity to good eats. As far as our taste in food, we like it all--casual, high end, any cuisine, whatever. But we probably wouldn't eat Japanese or Mexican food there since it's so great in L.A. Ideally, looking for an area with good food that is also a generally happening area that tourists would enjoy.

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