This Food Destination Friday, we’re taking “yous guys” to Boston, MA for some of the greatest seaside cuisine in the world. Boston, along with most of New England, is widely known for clam chowder, fish and chips (usually cod or scrod), lobster, crab cakes and oysters. Boston is also home to the oldest operating restaurant in the country, The Union Oyster House. Aside from world-class seafood, Boston also has Italian food that could rival the likes of New York and Chicago. “Little Italy”, in Boston’s North End, is home to a variety of Italian restaurants, bakeries and pizzerias. Boston’s diversity has helped it become one of the foodie capitals of the country for it is nearly impossible to have a bad meal in one of our country’s oldest cities!
Crab Cakes by @cookingwithcocktailrings.
Oyster by @cookingwithcocktailrings.