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Boston Area

Find the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, ice cream, and more in Boston and its surrounding areas. We also have tags for many of the individual cities in the region, which you can browse here.

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New England Thanksgiving Feast

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by Dan and Therese Sungail 19 years ago

While scouting for a good Thanksgiving feast, we found a message posted by a couple in a similar situation last year. Like us, they were planning to visit the Boston Area and were trying to make re...

Seafood in Milford

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by Mike 19 years ago

I'm taking classes in Milford. The nearest Legal is 40 miles away. Is there something closer? Also, any other recommendations besides seafood places would be appreciated.

Prezza: North End's Newest

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by Tom Stebbins 19 years ago

Fellow Hounds, Again off the suggestion of my dining mag girlfriend, my folks and I dined at Prezza last night, the North End's newest restaurant, tucked away on Fleet St.. It boasts a full bar...

Afgani cuisine

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by Tom Stebbins 20 years ago

Chowhounds, I'm planning on going to the Afgani restaurant Hemland sometime soon. I've never had Afgani food, tho I'd imagine it is similar to the culinary stylings of my Persian friends. D...

Ukranian in Boston?

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by Todd G. 19 years ago

Hi, I've been in the Boston area for about 2 years now, coming from NYC. Hands down, I like this city better, but the one thing I miss is Ukranian food (from Veselka or Kiev, for example, for thos...

Trekking from Maine to Boston for LOBSTER!!!

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by Elizabeth 19 years ago

Hey everyone, My husband and I are driving from Portland to Boston with Lobster on the brain. We were wondering if anyone could tell us where the good (re: cheap and won't kill us)stuff is. Any h...

Pakistani Take out place in Boston/Somerville

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by Raza 19 years ago

Hello list: A friend mentioned in passing yesterday that there was a takeout place in, I believe the Somerville area, that offered Pakistani cuisine (most notably, a spicy meat dish called Nihari)...

Takeout behind Biba

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by Lee Hillmer 19 years ago

Having just discovered this wonderful site, today is my day to ask for help in getting the names of some food places I loved while living in Boston/Brookline. I already posted a note about the Japa...

The Federalist

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by Sheryl Longin 19 years ago

Will be in Boston just for one night. Does anyone know anything about the Federalist? It happens to be in our hotel, so it couldn't be more convenient, and there seems to be alot of hype about it...

The Federalist

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by Tom 19 years ago

I am interested in people's opinion of this place. I had dinner there this spring and found it not only overpriced, but rather odd, both in terms of decor and food.

italian outside the north end

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by lynn 19 years ago

my sister and a colleague are in town for a conference the first weekend in august. being from virginia beach, they are anxious for some REAL italian. i'm hesitating about the north end on a saturd...

arghhh! and mi casita

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by anisha 19 years ago

so first things first...arghh!!! i can't believe that no one has answered my question about breakfast or for that matter any other things that i have posted about recently. and the fact that the br...

There is Mexican food in Boston that is edible!

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by Tom 19 years ago

Tacos Lupita, 13 Elm Street, near the corner of Elm and Somerville Avenue in Somerville is run by a family of El Salvadorians and serves great food made with loving care. Prices are obscenely low...

Need a good place for a large group in CAMBRIDGE

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by Dawn Popp 19 years ago

I am planning a conference in Cambridge in a few weeks, and we are looking for a place to have a group dinner one of the nights of the conference. There seems to be a slight preference among our g...

a few of my favorite holes in the wall

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by Justin Kerber 19 years ago

Here's a message I've been meaning to share with the Hub Chowhound community for a while now -- not a question, just a bunch of good answers. My favorite Indian food: Little India, Moody Street, ...

freedom trail

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by bruce winters 19 years ago

TWIMC, Going to be walking the freedom trail this weekend with two adults, a three, five, and eleven year old. Any suggestions for a chowhound lunch that everyone would dig? Thanks, The Hou...

french bakeries in boston area

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by larry 19 years ago

would love to find a fine french bakery in the boston area before my time is up. Thought I had suceeded in hingham but it had closed. I am talking sweet goods here, classic and pedal to the metal b...

braintree sggestons

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by stephen kaye 19 years ago

howdy ya'll other than el sarape, any other touts in braintree mass?? or close by?? thx n adv

Best Lobster in Boston

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by John N. Knoesel 21 years ago

Going to Beantown Memorial Day weekend to see the Yankees @ Fenway. Looking for a place to bring the family for a lobster dinner. I've been to Legal a few times and was always happy with the foo...

Thai Basil, Boston

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by Nancy Ives 19 years ago

Has anyone ever eaten at Thai Basil on Newbury Street in Boston? I have never had Thai food before and I thought the food was delicious. The fried rice was excellent and the appetizers....yum!

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