• Woodman's Essex



Indulge your appetite in Massachusetts. Start with a selection of the freshest seafood from the Atlantic, such as  lobster, clams or clam chowder. Dip your fork in a plate of true Italian cuisine in Boston’s North End, try something new in Chinatown. Discover artisan breads and succulent fresh food on the stands of a farmer’s market. Then test the restaurant weeks statewide, where all the best restaurants offer special rates, or check whether you can walk/talk/eat during a Boston Pizza Tour or a Russian Food Tour. Keep some room for dessert because Boston is known for its Boston Cream pie and Massachusetts is proud of its homemade ice cream.

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