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Middlesex County, Massachusetts
July 21, 2010
July 28, 2009
From journal Boston Marathon
November 26, 2007
From journal Iz & Irene's Beantown Adventure Continues
July 26, 2006
All of the food was very good but kind of pricey, definitely a splurge. You will notice that they really do want you to enjoy your food here, as they will ask you if everything is good about every 10 minutes. I would recommend this restaurant if you are looking to enjoy some quality seafood while in Boston.
From journal A Weekend in Boston
Brick, New Jersey
August 5, 2005
From journal Two Days in Boston
by oliver gonzalez
March 26, 2004
From journal Take a Journey to Beautiful Boston
by Emily Marie
Bronx, New York
November 26, 2003
Legal has good seafood at rather decent prices. They change their menu slightly every few months. My personal fave my last few times at Legal was the salmon burger: salmon ground up and seasoned and served on a bun like a normal burger. They seem to take pride in their clam chowder at Legal, and it's a good buy as a starter.
Most of the Legals have a somewhat rustic, fisherman's look to them--buoys, pictures of boats, and stuffed fish adorn the walls. The Legal in the Colpley mall (above the movie theater) is more of a trendy-looking bar, and I remember the prices being higher here. The menu in the bar is also different. The other Legal in the Prudential section of the mall is better in my mind, and fits into the chain's atmosphere.
Boston is a big seafood town. Legal is a convenient, affordable way to experience seafood in Beantown.
From journal Baseball, Boston
Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
August 22, 2003
From journal Boston, Plymouth, and Cape Cod Trip
March 8, 2003
From journal Boston Baked Beans
, West Virginia
September 5, 2002
Aside from the food, we chose this restaurant because there are tables outside, where we could enjoy the fresh air and see all that was going on at Long Wharf. Tour buses and ferries to the Charlestown Navy Yard are all stationed right across the street, and we, having just arrived in Boston, were content to watch them come and go. We were happy here observing the activity, but later we found the more secluded Rowe's Wharf, totally away from any noise from the street. Still, Legal Sea Food is a convenient and delicious stop before or after a bus tour or ferry ride.
From journal Boston’s Impromptu Serenade