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Food and drink in Boston

Backed by Massachusetts farmland and with bountiful lobster on its doorstep, Boston is America’s seafood capital, but international and organic dishes are also high on its menu.
Boston’s North End neighbourhood
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Seaport District

1 YANKEE LOBSTER CO

Seaport is synonymous with seafood, and the Zanti family who run this fish market has been fishing for three generations. The market is scattered with a few tables, so dine in. Order something simple such as clam chowder or a lobster roll, with a cold beer (yankeelobster company.com; 300 Northern Ave; 10am–9pm Mon–Sat, 11am–6pm Sun; mains from £9).

2 ROW 34

In the heart of the district, this is a ‘workingman’s oyster bar’ (by working man, they mean yuppie). Set in a sharp, post-industrial space, it offers a dozen types of raw oysters and clams, alongside an amazing selection of craft beers. The full menu of cooked seafood ranges from traditional to trendy (row34.com; 383 Congress St; 11.30am–10pm Mon–Thu, to 11pm Fri–Sat, 10.30am–10pm Sun; dishes from £7).

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