DC Hound coming to Boston, quick lunch question
So I'm coming to Boston this Wednesday evening on business and while my schedule is pretty packed I will have the opportunity for one lunch before I fly home on Thursday afternoon. This will be my first time coming to Boston and I will be staying at the Hilton in the Financial District on Broad Street.
My question is, are there any unique local "Boston" spots close that Hotel? I'd love to be able to do a ton of research on various clam shacks, chowder, lobster rolls, and things of that nature but unfortunately I don't have the time in the city to explore all the great offerings you guys have. If there is a place close to the Hilton that is a "houndish" place that would be fantastic.
P.S. I will be eating at Toro and Aujourd'hui (not my choice and I know nothing about these places) so not sure if that's a good or bad thing. haha
Thanks for the help!
Walk down Broad Street (the Hilton is located on Broad - turn left) and try Sultan's Kitchen on State Street. Right at the end of Broad and State. Excellent Turkish casual fare. Or Al's which is next door for decent subs.
Bean Leaf Cafe is located on East India Row (a right turn out of the hotel on Broad) which is very casual, but decent fare. Good coffee and there is also Flat Black on Broad which has Starbuck like coffee with Starbuck $$.
Aujourd'hui will be a great dining experience, especially because you are not paying!
The North End is reasonably close to your hotel and one of the best lobster rolls around is at Neptune Oyster. I was there for lunch yesterday and the roll was fabulous and the fries with it were great as well. Get the warm with butter version.
63 Salem St Ste 1, Boston, MA 02113
I've got a good one ... very close to you is Chacarero -- home of one of Boston's best sandwiches. It's a spicy (or not) Chilean sandwich, steak or chicken, green beans and meunster cheese. There is an avocado spread, salt and pepper and hot sauce. You will not be disappointed.
26 Province St, Boston, MA 02108