Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Boston


We hope you loved your Secret Food Tour: Boston! Because we love sharing all our beautiful city has to offer, we've created a list of our guides' favorite places to help you make the most of your time here.


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  • America's Oldest Restaurant - Union Oyster House, 41 Union Street Boston, MA 02108, +1-617-227-2750, www.unionoysterhouse.com
  • America's Oldest Tavern - Bell in Hand Tavern, 45 Union Street Boston, MA 02108, +1-617-227-2098, www.bellinhand.com
  • Boston's First Italian Cafe - Cafe Vittoria, 290 Hanover Street Boston, MA 02113, +1-617-227-7606
  • Delicious Pasta - Trattoria di Monica, 67 Prince Street Boston, MA 02113, +1-617-720-5472, www.monicasboston.com/
  • Great Seafood & Beer - Row 34, 383 Congress Street Boston, MA 02210, +1-617-553-5900, www.row34.com


  • See Boston From The Water - Rent a kayak, paddleboard, sailboat, or hop on a ferry or water taxi to get a whole new perspective of this port city.
  • Find Free Events - From workout classes to museums to dance lessons, there's always free events throughout the city. Visit www.thebostoncalendar.com to see what's happening while you're in town.
  • Watch A Game - Boston is often called the best sports city in the U.S., so immerse yourself in the local culture by catching our teams in action. Depending on the season, you can watch the Red Sox (baseball), Patriots (football), Bruins (hockey), or Celtics (basketball) play.
  • Explore The Parks - Boston boasts 2,300 acres of parks - from America's oldest public park, the Boston Common, through the historic Emerald Necklace. Even the Boston Harbor Islands are part of our public parkland, and many other parks have public art for you to enjoy as well.
  • Visit the Museums - From the educational JFK Museum, to the inspiring Museum of Fine Arts, to the techy MIT Museum, and the wacky Museum of Bad Art, there's plenty to see in Boston while indoors. Catch a science movie in the Omni's 5-story tall theater at the Museum of Science or throw tea into the harbor at the Boston Tea Party Museum.