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October 8, 2009
From journal Boston Trip
July 26, 2006
There almost anything you could want here, with MANY places to get food. There is everything from sushi to coffee to pizza. Also, everything is fairly cheap. I had clam chowder in a bread bowl--it was wonderful. This is a great place to stop and have lunch if you are doing the Freedom Trail, as is passes right through it.
From journal A Weekend in Boston
noblesville , Indiana
August 12, 2003
From journal Don't Miss the food or the culture
by Mary Dickinson
April 22, 2003
After we finished our lunch we gathered our belongings and as we got up to leave our seats were scooped up by the next wave of diners.
The lunch crowd was thinning out so we went back through the vendors to check out desserts. Prize chocolate candies, cakes of splendid varieties, and oversized cookies and delicacies of every nature challenged us to throw away dietary caution.
From journal Historic Boston
February 25, 2003
It was also a great place to start tours from as most passed the market at some stage. There was also a comedy restaurant where you could be abused while enjoying you meal -- not something I was interested in, but there is a market for it.
From journal The home of the Lobster
August 3, 2001
The area is a great place for a walk on the cobblestones, too. You can shop at Victoria Secret, Serendipity or others, enjoy a meal at one of the sit down restaurants outside of Quincy market, or enjoy the view of the Harbor. We stood near the Sharper Image to admire the New Year's Eve fireworks two years ago before hightailing it out of the freezing cold air.
From journal Boston - not just fish and Baked Beans