Boston: where to eat

1. Breakfast - Pronto 1 Bennett St, Cambridge 02138 (617 234-8080) Located near Harvard university it is a perfect place for a quick bite before an eventful day  - it's a pretty standard breakfast place with great service and super generous portions. Although it was cold the day i came - it has seating outside and in warmer weather it looked like a perfect spot for a coffee and people watching.
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  2. Lunch - Quincy Market 4 South Market Street, Boston, MA 02109 (617 523-1300) Great place for everything from lunches to shopping spree - warm crab rolls, pizza bagels and endless rows of mouth-watering desserts  will certainly offer something for any taste. It is a historic market complex next to Faneuil Hall. Constructed in 1820s it was named after mayor Josiah Quincy and often features local artists, including a young artists Bradley Bartlett-Roche, an amazing 11 year old musician that plays at Quincy on Saturdays and Sundays. Though very crowded most of the time - it is a must in Boston and you won't regret it after trying the Crab's Tail Dessert in one of the bakeries there - I promise.
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  3. Dinner - North End Italian neighborhood Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02113 Oldest residential community in Boston North End is known for its Italian population - Little Italy - and of course offers a variety of little family run, cute and very affordable eateries. A lot of the restaurants operate only with cash, so make sure you come prepared, although the one I ate at - Locale did accept cards. Baked ricotta appetizer, arugula salad with proscuitto and calabrese pizza were amazing, and a simple and very affordable menu makes it for a stress free casual dinner.
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