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Boston Restaurant Blog -- June, 2006

Thursday, June 1, 2006

Boston Needs More Outdoor Dining Options

Last night, we headed over to the Eastern Pier II, a Chinese restaurant along the South Boston waterfront. It is a great place to go on a warm summer evening, as it has outdoor seating right on the water. While we were there, I started thinking about how there really aren't many options for outdoor dining--especially along the waterfront--in the Boston area. Sure, there are lots of places along Newbury Street, and there are seafood shacks along beach roads in Revere and Quincy, but compared to other coastal cities, Boston seems to be lacking a bit in the outdoor dining category.

In addition to Eastern Pier II, I do have a few favorites that have outdoor dining, such as The Barnacle in Marblehead and the Lobster Pool Restaurant in Rockport, but I would love to find some other places. If you have any suggestions for outdoor dining, I'd love to hear about them.

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