In honor of Classics Week, these are 25 of Boston's most classic restaurants, including some truly old specimens.
In a city like Boston, there are so many restaurants and pubs that can boast standing the test of time — but "classic" can mean many things. On one hand, it can be a historic spot, frequented by the likes of Paul Revere, and on the other hand, it can just be a restaurant that has been around seemingly forever, and Bostonians can't imagine life or a certain neighborhood without it.
Laid out in this map, there are restaurants and pubs from the whole range of "classics." Some are so historically rich that it'd be hard to compile a list of these proportions without including them. Others have more quietly stood the test of time, occupying a soft spot in many a Bostonian's heart.
Note: Map points are not ranked; they are in alphabetical order.Read More