Let’s start with the basics. Every place on Earth has at least one local specialty. That one thing you absolutely HAVE to try, and Boston is no exception to that rule.
One last piece of Boston food culture that is often overlooked is the fruit. Again, besides a food allergy, there’s no excuse for not chowing down on a handful of berries, peaches, plums, or whatever else you can find this spring, especially since the Boston Copley Square Farmers Market will be, quite literally, just outside your door. Located just a few minutes walk from the Boston Marriott Copley Place, the Farmers Market is open every Tuesday and Friday during the summer months.
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Best of Boston 2012 Dining Guide Index
Union Oyster House
Best of Boston 2012 Winner, New England Clam Chowder
Best of Boston 2012 Winner, Lobster Roll
Boston Copley Place Farmer’s Market