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This Government Center Starbucks branch is more known for its landmark Steaming Kettle which was built in 1873. It hangs above the cafe's entrance. The storefront look gives a nice view of the street, offering patrons a lovely coffee drinking experience. Take a sip of Skinny Mocha, Pumpkin Spice Latte, Flavored Latte and Cappuccino. Or try their Frappuccino (blended beverage) like Caramel Flan and Caramel Ribbon Crunch. Relish their pastries and sandwiches as accompaniments.
Housed in the historic 1712 Old Corner Bookstore, this branch of Chipotle Mexican Grill on Washington Street is a popular spot among all ages. Follow a queue system where all the freshly prepared ingredients are laid out. Select your components according to your craving for a burrito, salad, burrito bowl or taco and watch your dish come to life. Inexpensive and tasty, you will enjoy their friendly service as well.
It started off as The Wrap and is the brainchild of John Pepper, Adam Liebman and Greg Harris. The flagship opened in 1997 and became a roaring success leading to many more branches. Today this chain is known as Boloco. Their Congress Street restaurant was established in 2007 and is one of the finest places to have delicious burritos. Their tortilla wraps come in various fillings such as chicken, steak, pork and vegetables. You can also create your own by choosing your proteins, sauces, salsas, bases, beans and dressings. Wash it down with smoothies or shakes.
Scholars American Bistro & Cocktail Lounge is not an intellectual hub but a sleek diner and bar in downtown. It features four distinct spaces; The Balcony with its customized chandeliers, lounge chairs and sofas is the largest while The Lounges comprises of three small areas with elegant chairs, martini tables and a fireplace. The Billiards is decked up with black and white photos, and has huge built to order professional pool tables. Lastly The Windows is ideal for parties and business events. Their menu is a creative twist of classics and includes dishes like Jerk Chicken Lollipops, Grilled Chicken Pita, Cornish Hen, Ox Tail Ragu, White Clam Linguini and Panko Chicken Sandwich. Take a sip of Harpoon Seasonal and Seadog Blueberry in draft brews and Wachusetts Blueberry and Amstel Light in cans. Or try their specialty cocktails such as The Dead Poet, 1775 and Painkiller. No matter what your occasion is, you can be assured of a memorable dining experience at Scholars.
Seafood connoisseurs may have trouble making a decision at the Salty Dog. The menu boasts traditional favorites of fried seafood options and grilled shore dinners prepared with choice of Cajun Delta Spices or White Wine Fresh Herb Lemon Butter. Grab a seat on the patio and enjoy the view of bustling Quincy Market, or saddle up to the bar for a perfectly blended cocktail. A must for any seafood lover traveling through Boston.