This cozy restaurant in the North End features exemplary raw bar selections and one of Boston’s most renowned lobster rolls. But the clam chowder, made to order with cherrystones from Wellfleet, is definitely worth a try. While it’s a thinner version than most, it packs a punch, with salt pork, clam stock, and béchamel.
A hot bowl of savory clam chowder is a perfect Boston treat on a cold winter’s day, or even in warmer temps when you just want something from the sea that's truly fulfulling. You’ll find the best clam chowders around The Hub at traditional seafood joints as well as higher-end restaurants. Classic chowders stand the test of time, while newer options add a modern twist. For additional seafood options, check out our list of the best seafood restaurants in Boston and best lobster rolls in Boston. Make a night of it by following up with an oyster happy hour and a visit to one of the best wine bars in Boston.
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