There are more than 100 places to eat, shop and drink at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, also known as Quincy Market. French ... More
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
There are more than 100 places to eat, shop and drink at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, also known as Quincy Market. French merchant Peter Faneuil gave the hall that precedes the marketplace to his adopted home of Boston in 1742. It has been called the Cradle of Liberty because of the number of revolutionaries and abolitionists who delivered important speeches here. The hall is now a tourist center and place to shop, but public meeting facilities are still available.
Faneuil Hall has it all !!
Shopping, Eating, and History !
What more do ya need?
It's a cool place to go in Boston esp. if you are riding the (T) because the (T) lets you off right under the courthouse and as you walk out of the (T) station you are right in the middle of The Boston Massacare site and the ride of Paul Revere! So don't be surprized if you see people in period clothing all around!
The Marketplace is overly crowded so that is one downfall but not enough to keep me away!
I really go there to get me the Lobster Bisque made by The Clam Chowda place in Food area in the middle of the Marketplace! I try to stop in every trip to Boston !
If you're in Boston and looking for a place to eat... Faneuil Hall is the place to go! They have a wide range of any types of food that you could ever want.. as for seating -- if you don't stop to eat at a normal meal time (noon - 1) then you're pretty apt to find a seat! If you have a group of people that all like to eat different things then I totally recommend this place! :)
GREAT PEOPLE WATCHING, CHOWDER, SEAFOOD,ARTS AND CRAFTS STORES, ITALIAN MARKETS, GREAT FUN. I LOVE BOSTON. OUTSTANDING FOOD, CULTURES, WEATHER WAS COOPERATIVE WHEN I WAS THERE. I LOVE THE OUTDOOR OPEN AIR MARKETS! WOULD LOVE TO LIVE THERE BUT GREW UP IN THE SNOW AND PREFER SURFING TO SHOVELING THE WHITE STUFF.
There are a lot of great shops in the marketplace where you can find everything and anything! A must see, must do place to take out of town visitors. The food selections in the marketplace are remarkable. You can work your way down it and find all sorts of delights to fill your tummy!
I Love Faneuil Hall Marketplace! They have food from all over the world,you can sample just about anything you want. It is a great place for the whole family,or just by yourself. But if you are having out of town company,that wants to see the Boston erea,to me this is the First place to go.Plus they have so many shops that sell unique items.It has a great atmosphere,and people are so friendly.
Faneuil Hall is best for the food-- the Monkey Bar has the best smoothies in Boston, and there is an excellent selection of pizza, Mexican food, Asian food, and burgers. It can difficult to choose. Quincy Mkt nearby has great shopping.
Really a fun place to take in more sights, sounds, and tastes than most people can even register. The food here is awesome, and there is so much variety that you could almost eat here every day and never be bored. I make the trip almost every time I'm in the city, and I never regret it.
I love the atmosphere this place gives. For all the people out there that haven't been to the east coast, this is a great place to go to feel what it is all about. The food in Quincy Market is quality food for a good price, and it gives you a taste of all the different cultures. Just being around this area, you can feel the history of the place, from the cobble roads, to Faneuil Hall. Great for any tourist.
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