Oldest restaurant in America–

IMG_2802 IMG_2803 IMG_2806BOOM!  We are back in the oldest restaurant in America, the Union Oyster House here in the North End section of Boston. . .jaaa!!  This place is great.  All you gotta do is sidle up to the two-hundred-year-old mahogany bar…the same bar that Daniel Webster and so many other folks have sat and eaten at…order up a pint of Sam Adams Lager, a dozen oysters, a dozen clams, and a bowl of clam chowder, and you will be good-to-go for the rest of the day. . .mmm, aaaahh!!  The beer is crisp and cold, the oysters are succulent, the clams are briny, and the ‘chowda’ is creamy and soothing. . .really a great place to soak up some old Boston atmosphere even though you will probably be surrounded by Chinese tourists while doing so–my wife’s company excepted:-).

I send you really down-to-earth vibes from the bar at the Union Oyster House. . .feel them. . .they are most-worthy of your attention.

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It’s lovely out there.


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