Boston, Ma

Quincy Market is the perfect historical spot to stop and grab a classic New England lunch. Quincy Market is located right across historical Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.

Quincy Market dates all the way back to 1826. The Market was full of food stalls for the people of Boston and not much has changed. You can find a slew of different Boston treats to eat in this double sided market.

It’s not just a tourist place either, locals love it too. You can grab an extra large Regina’s Pizza slice…

Some chowder….

And of course all the baked goods you’ll need! Yes of course they have cannoli’s.

There’s seating and standing area on the ground and second floor but if you’re going during normal eating times you may be better off sitting on the outside stairs.

Quincy Market is such an beautiful historical spot to grab a quick bite to eat. It’s a quick visit on your next trip to Boston.

Need help planning your trip to Boston? You can find me on Facebook at Callie at Wanderkeep Travel or you can email me at callie@wanderkeep.com and as always my services are complimentary when you book through ME!

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