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Introduction to Charlestown's Restaurants
Charlestown is a waterfront neighborhood that is a popular destination for those who want to explore Boston. Home to the USS Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument, in its more recent past, it was an Irish neighborhood. Those who follow the freedom Trail will end up here and likely with an appetite.
Whether it is lunch, mid-day, or dinner the menu has something that will appeal. Oysters are a feature and the selection will vary daily. Served with mignonette and lemon they are one of the reasons locals come back again and again. With exposed beams and a casual atmosphere, you can dine inside or opt for the outdoor patio. Their beer program has been voted Best in Boston. Other awards include Best Bar and Best Brunch. Whether you prefer small plates or wood-fired pizza with your seasonal brew or barrel-aged cider, you will find it here.
7 Moulton Street
Monument Restaurant & Tavern
Chose one of their weekly events "Mangia Monday", "Taco Tuesday" or "Wednesday Night Ramen" or go ala carte from their gastro pub-style menu. It is a monument not only to the neighborhood but to the owners who have created a warm wood and brick atmosphere. The wood-fired brick pizza oven creates some delicious pies including Margherita and meatball and ricotta. Lots of choices provided between the buns and a menu with American favorites such as maple-glazed salmon and sticky fried pork ribs offer variety. Draft beer choice is heavy on New England brews but lots of popular beers are available. The cocktail list is impressive with catchy names to entice you.
Follow the Freedom trail to Charlestown and the Bunker Hill Monument then explore the neighborhood and this local favorite.
251 Main St
Hard-to-beat panoramic views are what this waterfront restaurant has to offer. Located on Pier 6 the menu features seafood classics and New England favorites with a twist. After a day when you explore Boston, this is the perfect place to stop for a cocktail and a memorable meal in a stunning location. With a rooftop deck and large outdoor patio views are outstanding. The dining room is surrounded by glass and offers the same stunning views. Nautical themed, they offer a .raw bar, small plates, and large plates catering to every appetite.
1 8th Street
Dating from1780, The Warren Tavern was one of the first buildings built after Charlestown was burnt to the ground by the British. Today it is popular with locals and history-minded visitors. The Warren Tavern has played host to both George Washington and Paul Revere. Guests can enjoy updated American fare in this historic location. New England Clam Chowder and New England Lobster Roll are favorites along with Plymouth Plantation a sandwich that includes roast turkey, herb stuffing, mayo, cranberry sauce, and turkey gravy. Shepherd's Pie and Lobster Mac and Cheese are two of the entrées that appeal to many customers.
2 Pleasant St