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I have some out-of-state family who will be visiting me in the Boston area next month for a few days. (Big seafood lovers, except my dad. Second time in Boston). They will be staying at Hyatt Cambridge, and we will mainly be taking the T or ubering. So far I have the following restaurant/activities planned.
- Lunch: Alden & Harlow/Little Donkey/Craigie on Main
- Afternoon activities: MIT Museum -> Boston Public Market -> Aquarium
- Dinner: Sportello down by the waterfront for good pasta/North Square Oyster (was planning to go for Neptune oyster, but heard this was just as good? I know they have a burger and a steak item for my dad)
- Other food stops: Toscanini ice cream, Alive n kicking lobster, James Hook lobster, North End cannolis
- Brunch: A4 pizza or Cafe Luna if sticking to central square area/Back Bay Beats in back bay (dad is into jazz, was interested in seeing berklee college last time)
- Afternoon activities: Museum of Fine arts, Isabella Gardener museum
- Dinner: Sarma (have a reserved time)
To note, I have not actually been to most these places...Most of what I've compiled has been from online research, so would love to hear your guys' feedback! Mostly want them to have a good time of course, and to enjoy some of the best and most unique food this city has to offer.
40 Brattle St
505 Massachusetts Ave
853 Main St
63 Salem St
159 First St
269 Putnam Ave
440 Atlantic Ave
612 Main St
249 Pearl St
541 Tremont St
13A Brattle St
50 Thomson Pl
1 Bennett St
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