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Eat 10

Union Square Donuts

Donut loves do-nut fear, the best Boston Cream is here.  And believe me Dunkin' Donuts and Krispy Kreme do-nut compare to Union Square Donuts. While you're at Union Square Donuts, make sure to get their famous Maple Bacon donut too. Located at 457 Grand Union Boulevard Somerville, Massachusetts 02145.

Eat 9

Mike's Pastry

You cann-oli go to Mike's if you want to get the best Cannoli in Boston. From Traditional to Strawberry to even Florentine, Mike's Pastry has about every type of Cannoli. However, the Chocolate Chip Cannoli has always been my go-to and I believe it is the best Cannoli in all of New England. Located at 300 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02113.


Eat 8

Neptune Oyster

For all you people living in Maine, no, you guys don't have better lobster than here in Boston. And in Boston, the best way to eat fresh lobster is in a delicious, buttery bread. And no one makes a better Lobster Roll than here at Neptune Oyster. Located at 63 Salem St # 1, Boston, MA 02113.

Eat 7

Parker's Restaurant

I know what you are probably thinking, "Isn't this restaurant in a hotel." Well, yes, it is, but this is perhaps the best dessert you will ever have. After all, the Boston Cream Pie originated inside the Omni Parker House. Trust me this a must-eat during your trip to Boston. Located at 60 School St, Boston, MA 02108.

Eat 6

B&G Oysters

"Pears of the Ocean" more like "Pearls of Boston." These luxuries are so loved by Bostonians that they have become a fundamental piece of their culture. Oysters might be an acquired taste to some but B&G Oysters makes it impossible not to like. These oysters are so good that they do not even need lemon. Located at 550 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116.

Eat 5


If you want a modern spin on traditional Asian cuisine, then Shojo is a must-eat during your trip to Boston. Their iconic bao dishes have put Shajo alongside the best restaurants in Boston. From beef to pig to even eggplant, Shajo fills their bao's with pretty much everything. The Pig Bao is my favorite, and I guarantee it will leave you speechless. Located at 9A Tyler St, Boston, MA 02111.

Eat 4

Elephant and Castle

If you want to feel like you are eating like a king in a castle, then you have to dine at Elephant and Castle. And there is no better way for a king to wake up then with a delicious English breakfast. The baked beans, sausages, and sunny-side up eggs have become not only a staple in Boston but in any kings life. Located at 161 Devonshire St, Boston, MA 02110.

Eat 3


One of the worst things to be nowadays is not homeless or broke, but Vegan. Vegans do not get to eat the world's gift to us, steak. If you want to eat an authentic steak, then you must eat at what is known as the best steakhouse in the country, Mooo.... Mooo....'s À La Carte Steaks takes you on a flavor journey that you will not want to return from. Located at 15 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108.


Eat 2


Beantown Pub

If New York is known as The Big Apple and Chicago is known as The Windy City, then guess what Boston is known as?  It is Beantown, named after the Baked Beans. Baked Beans are one of the stepping stones in the Boston culture, therefore it is a must eat in Boston. You don't want some nasty baked beans though, so you have to try out Beantown Pub. There Baked Beans really put you in the Boston spirit. Located at 100 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02108.

Eat 1

Union Oyster House

Even though Boston has many iconic dishes, Clam Chowder has to be crowned as the most iconic. There is something about Clam Chowder that the people of Boston can not live without. If you want to see what all the Clam Chowder hype is about, then do not get some Clam Chowder Can from Whole Foods, but go to Union Oyster House. Their famous Clam Chowder is one of the best in the whole country. Located at 41 Union St, Boston, MA 02108.

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