41 Union St
Boston, MA 02108
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Fri-Sat 11am-10pm Bar
Average Main Course Price is $24
Established in 1826, this casual establishment is the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the US and consists of a dark, pub-like dining room, oyster bar, restaurant, and drink bar. John F. Kennedy had a favorite booth here while practicing law in his early days, and you can now reserve it for parties of five or six. The place is said to serve the best clam chowder in New England, along with fresh seafood and excellent Bloody Marys. Oysters are delicious, and diners may choose to sit in cozy booths and order from the menu or find a perch at the popular raw bar.
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Best for Seafood Because: THe oldest continuously operating restaurant you'll find, The Union Oyster House is a must try for any seafood lover looking to mix history with dining.