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This is a very significant Revolutionary War site.
The setting up of crucial artillery redoubts at Dorchester Heights led to the British military evacuation of Boston in 1776.
The view from the Heights is beautiful on a pretty day. You can see how this site gave the rebels the ability to threaten the British fleet in Boston.
$$ - $$$ • Polish, European, Eastern European, Central European
"Not sure what genuine polish food its but this seems like it"
reviewed 26 November 2019 by Massplainer
I've never eaten kielbasa this many different ways before and i couldn't have been happier. Everything else was excellent from the knights cutlet to the pirogues three ways, all washed down with Polish beers.
This place is a new IT and seems like everyone is there on Friday and Saturday. Its so popular that if you don't have a reservation and don't like to stand outside in a line that is few blocks long maybe its not for you. I believe this guys own "Fat baby " that is my fav place as well....