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The Top 5 Seafood Restaurants In The Boston Seaport

With each passing year, Boston’s Seaport area becomes more and more popular. Once an area composed mainly of warehouses, the Boston Seaport has been transformed into a cool and comfortable place to live as well as a great place to visit. One of the things that makes the Boston Seaport a desirable place to be is its many restaurant options – especially when it comes to seafood.  If you love fresh seafood as well as amazing dining experiences, you’ll definitely enjoy trying out restaurants in the Boston Seaport. Take a look at the top 5 seafood restaurants in the Boston Seaport.

Row 34

If you’re looking for great ambiance mixed with amazing food, a trip to Row 34 is definitely in order. Well-known for oysters and lobster rolls, this restaurant offers a variety of menu items. Row 34 also offers a nice selection of beers for those who enjoy a nice cold brew with their meal. Along with delicious food, customers can also expect great service and a nice atmosphere.

Yankee Lobster and Fish Market

Boasting a casual dining experience and lots of good food, Yankee Lobster and Fish Market is a place you’ll definitely want to put on your list. Known for its delicious and affordable lobster, Yankee Lobster and Fish Market won’t leave your wallet empty – but it’ll leave your stomach full. This location is also a great option or people who are looking for good take out food. 

Legal Harborside

Located right on the water, dining at Legal Harborside will give you beautiful views along with a good meal. The lobster roll and the chowder are crowd favorites, and the menu also includes plenty of tasty options like oysters, clams, and scallops – many of which feature a ‘fancy’ twist. Keep in mind though, eating at Legal Harborside definitely won’t be cheap – but the vast majority of customers believe it’s well worth it.

Barking Crab

The Barking Crab is another restaurant located on the water. However, this location features a much more casual atmosphere than Legal Harborside which makes it the perfect place to crab a quick bite for lunch or dinner. Barkin Crab’s menu items also include plenty of sandwiches and fried seafood options as well as other dishes such as fire grilled lobster. 

No Name Restaurant

With a name like No Name Restaurant, it can be difficult to know what to expect. But despite having no name, this location has a pretty big reputation even though many would still consider it somewhat of a hidden gem in the Boston area. No Name Restaurant has a little something on the menu for everyone and the environment is casual and comfortable. If you’re a fan of chowder, the fish chowder at No Name Restaurant should definitely be on your list of things to try.

Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.

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