50 Most Iconic Restaurants in America
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What are the 50 Most Iconic American Eateries?
Here’s a list from Rave Reviews. (Your Road Trips Foodie thinks their methodology is a bit funky, but whatever.)
Their list puts Alinea in Chicago in first, Blue Hill …

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Foodie Tours in Boston

Submitted by on January 19, 2012 – 12:01 amNo Comment

Traipse through Beacon Hill, the South End and the Seaport District as well as the more familiar Bunker Hill and Old North Church areas or even over to Cambridge on a foodie tour the next time you’re in Boston, Massachusetts, Road Trips Foodies.

The sweetest? Probably one of the offerings by Boston Chocolate Tours, with a guide to take you deep inside “a world of exotic imports, closely guarded recipes and intimate tastings”. The Harvard Square Walking Tour, for example, steps off at 11 a.m. in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Prefer wine to chocolate? Check out City Wine Tours (and, yes, they’ve got one of Harvard Square).

Then, there’s the generalist: Boston Foodie Tours. And, yes, they now have a Harvard Square foodie tour that includes everything from the restaurant of a James Beard award winner to a food truck.

Sure, Bostonians are flocking to the tours in droves (it’s always a good idea to find out the best in your own home town) but those of us just passing through will want to taste the best that Bean Town has to offer, too.

(Photo courtesy of Boston Chocolate Tours)

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