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Chinatown

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Boston, MA 02116
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Boston Sightseeing Trolley Tour with 1 Stop

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Start your tour at 200 Atlantic Avenue (end of Marriott Longwharf Hotel). <br><br>Explore the Cradle of Liberty easily and economically with this trolley tour. The route includes a stop on Beacon Street near the iconic Cheers.
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serenescene1818 wrote a review Feb 2021
Boston, Massachusetts11 contributions4 helpful votes
Small but homey. Interesting to be walking through, especially at the park at the Chinatown gate- love watching the elderly play chess and doing their tai chi. I love Edo Bakery's egg tarts- the skin flakes like baklava. For quick dimsum, I like Great Taste Bakery because you could just order what you want and not wait for the carts. For seafood, nowhere beats Peach Farm Restaurant. For soup dumplings, the DumpIing House. I don't like sitting inside any restaurant because of covid so I order takeout and take it down the street to the Chinatown Gate and eat on the outdoor tables while watching the people. If I need little things like caps, fanny packs, backpacks I buy it from the vendors in the little shops. It is part of my exercise routine to walk around Chinatown and then down to the waterfront.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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MJS wrote a review Sep 2020
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Boston’s Chinatown is like no other in the northeast region, and this is coming from an NYC native. Unlike NYC, Boston’s Chinatown has a very intimate feel. Which in my opinion adds to its appeal. There are endless options for food and beverages. If you’re a fan of dim sum there are a few options to chose from. You also have your trendy Asian fusion spots, and it wouldn’t be Chinatown without the traditional family style dining options. Lastly, if you have a sweet tooth, there are a variety of bubble tea and dessert spots! If you ever find yourself in Boston definitely check out Chinatown!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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packerbeer wrote a review Jul 2020
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We were on a hop on and off tour and wanted to stop by. It is historical and good to watch people go about their business. Can be a good place to eat as long as you know where to go. Can not recommend any place in particular as we did not stop in as time was short but it did smell delicious.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Thomas V wrote a review Jun 2020
Oakland, California10,112 contributions2,615 helpful votes
This historic neighborhood is quite small and worth a quick visit. And the food can be good if you know where to look. Historic and special. Very crowded.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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marinexbiologist wrote a review May 2020
Maryland1,035 contributions127 helpful votes
Although I didn’t get to spend a lot of time in Chinatown, it was such a thrilling opportunity to be walking around in the area. It has such an authentic vibe and there are restaurants and shops side by side all down Beach Street in Chinatown. If you are looking for authentic Asian cuisine, I highly recommend coming here. There are restaurants serving cuisine from multiple Asian countries. Chinatown and its historic gate entrance are just a short 2-block walk from the T station. I highly recommend taking time to spend a few hours here to enjoy a whole world separate from the hustle and bustle of Boston.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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