Best Places to Eat in Boston After Your Boston Bus Tour
After traversing through Bo
ston on one of our Boston Bus Tours, you’ll need to find the best places to eat! No matter what food you’re interested in, you probably want to do a little research before choosing the right place for you and your group. If you’re looking for a Boston cream pie, a lobster roll, or just a standard burger, we have just the right list for you.
These options are great for before or after your Boston Bus Tour. Consider these places for food options when you book with us!
1. Boston Cream Bismarck – from Blackbird Doughnuts
If you’re starting off your day with the need for a good doughnut, start at Blackbird Doughnuts. Their Boston Cream Bismarck is a flavor that you’ll want to taste to feel like the ultimate traveler.
2. “Best Breakfast” – The Friendly Toast
Named the “best breakfast” by many customers, The Friendly Toast is an excellent place to grab breakfast. Worried about grabbing food at the right time? No worries! They’re open all day long for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Consider the Monster Breakfast, which has two “mini” pancakes or two French toast topped with powdered sugar & whipped butter – served with two eggs any style & your choice of breakfast meat. Order in person or online!
3. Coffee and More – Thinking Cup Coffee Shop
If you’re interested in some good coffee and other pastries, try Thinking Cup. This is home to a brand called Stumptown coffee, which originated in Portland, Oregon and was named “Best Coffee in the World” by NPR. Thinking Cup serves the finest coffees, teas, and freshly baked pastries. Try out their coffee and pastries and you’re sure to find something you enjoy.
4. Boston Cream Pie – Omni Parker House
Get the legendary Boston cream pie at the Omni Parker house. On December 12, 1996, Boston cream pie was proclaimed the official Massachusetts State Dessert. In 1958 the cake became so popular that it became a Betty Crocker bake mix. Each original Boston Cream pie is 8 inches in diameter, 44 oz. and contains nuts. The cream pie serves 8 to 12 people. This original cream pie recipe can also be shipped right to your door.
5. Lobster Rolls – Saltie Girl
Saltie Girl has unique seafood options that are sure to make your mouth water. It’s the best place to find the classic Boston lobster roll. This warm and buttered roll is worth it. Come in and buy a nice meal or order delivery.
6. Sushi – Fuji at Ink Block
If you’re looking for some well-prepared sushi, check out Fuji at Ink Block. They have tons of sushi options, as well as appetizers, soups, salads, and dessert. Their lunch options are a great place to start looking for the best deals. They are nestled in the South End and reflect the sophistication of the surroundings. Step through the door at Fuji at Ink Block and you’re sure to have a pleasant experience. Reserve a seat so you don’t have to wait, or order online.
7. Spanish cuisine – Toro
Toro restaurant specializes in Spanish cuisines. They have dinner, lunch, and brunch options. There is also take out available. The menu is in Spanish and English. If your party is craving Spanish food, check this place out. Some of the categories of food they have are pinchos, ham, and seafood. Their extensive menu is available online, you won’t have a problem choosing an option!
8. American cuisine – Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant
If you’re looking for classic American cuisine, look no further than this restaurant. Offering sandwiches, pizza, salads, and more, this restaurant is a go-to place for comfort food. It’s a great place to take you and your family if you’re looking for a simple place to grab dinner.
Why this List?
At USA Guided Tours, we love to give you options that’ll fit you and your group. Our top 8 list contains a variety of options for food choices. If you’re craving a specific type of food, you can use this list to find a great option. We understand coming to a new place and searching for food can be difficult, so why not start with this list after your Boston Bus Tour?
When Can I Have Time to Try Out These Places?
If you’re booking your Boston Bus Tour with us, you’ll have an itinerary so it’ll be easy for you to plan out mealtimes. Depending on your specific tour, you may want to schedule to see the food destinations for before or after your tour.
If you’re going on this tour, it’ll start at 10 a.m. and last four 7 hours. If the time allows for it, you may want to grab an early breakfast before heading on the tour. And/or you can grab dinner at our list choices after the tour. For lunch, we’ll be stopping at Faneuil Hall Marketplace where there is a bunch of options for you to try as well.
This is a half-day bus tour, starting at 10 a.m. and lasting four 4.5 hours. You could grab breakfast beforehand if time constraints allow for it, or you can grab lunch after! The half-day tour allows for plenty of time in your schedule to get lunch or dinner dependent on the rest of the plans you have for the day.
This 4-hour bus tour is customized just for you. Choosing a meal option is dependent on when and where you’re scheduled to go. If you have free time in the morning, you should grab some breakfast at one of our 8 choices. If you have free time in the afternoon or evening, you can try our dinner choices. The Private Boston Tour is perfect if you want to schedule meal times around it.
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USA Guided Tours Blogging Team