Durgin Park


Member Rating 4 out of 5 by TRAVELPRO guide on May 29, 2003

We know now why this restaurant in front of Faneuil Hall is a Boston legend. It is filled with both history and excellent food.

They are famous for their New England-style ribs. Since we were in Boston, however, I opted for their scallops, and they were delicious. My husband tried their Yankee Pot Roast and found it very tasty and fork tender.

We both sampled the baked beans at Durgin Park and found they are made the good old fashioned way. They are served in small crocks and accompanied by melt-in-your mouth cornbread that is very rich and yellow.

For dessert, I coudn't resist their fresh baked Indian pudding served with whipped cream. It's a delicious spicy butterscotch-flavored pudding that's one of their regional cuisine house specialities.

It's a casual, fun restaurant with high tin ceilings and red/white checkered tablecloths.

Durgin-Park
340 Faneuil Hall
Boston, Massachusetts, 02109
+1 617 227 2038

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