Row 34 Boston


Row 34 Boston: seafood restaurant in Forth Point

30 August 2015

Oysters, ceviche and other seafood at Row 34 in Boston

In the past years a lot of new seafood restaurants have been opened in Boston. And as you know at Yourlbb we are crazy about ceviche, oysters and other seafood! Whenever you visit Forth Point you háve to have dinner at Row 34. A beautiful seafood restaurant with a Raw Bar and patio to sit outside when the weather is nice.


At Row 34 in Boston you can choose from different seafood dishes. Do you like raw seafood? Than you can choose from oysters, ceviche, lobster or shrimps. Do you feel more like a fried bite for lunch or dinner? Try de fried oysters with tartar sauce and fries. Other things you will find on the menu are pasta, taco, sandwiches and salads. A real recommendation are the mussels. These are steamed in beer with chorizo and garlic. So tasty!

Anne and I took the whole afternoon for an extensively lunch at this place. Combined with a homemade ice tea or a cold wine (which are not cheap in America) and before you know it, you are spending a few hours here. Besides the good food Row 34 is a very nice spot to sit down. Are you spending a day in Forth Point in Boston? Make sure you go out for dinner at seafood restaurant Row 34!

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Tip: Are you in Boston for a few days? Then do a culinary tour to check out the best restaurant hotspots! In our list of favourite restaurants are: Myers & Chang, B&G Oysters, Row34, Alden & Harlow and Loco.

Plan your city trip to Boston:

>> This is how you get there!
WOW air flies to Boston (via Reykjavik) from € 196,79
Read in our blog what it’s like to fly with WOW air >>
>> This is where you stay!
– Spend the night at boutique hotel XV Beacon in the city centre of Boston!
– Or book a room at the top floor of Nine Zero hotel – also in the city centre – for a beautiful view over de city.

Row 34

383 Congress St

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Anne de Buck

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