Bostonians may bemoan its popularity with tourists, but this market complex deserves all the attention and accolades it has received since its revitalization in the mid-1970s. Once the pulsing center of Boston mercantile activity, the area fell into disrepair in the 1930s. Today, however, millions of visitors are testimony to its newfound vitality as a shopping and dining destination.
Great Hall, Faneuil Hall
Museum of the Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company: Faneuil Hall
True Irish Pubs
The Quincy Market area boasts a bevy of Irish-style pubs. ...