Physician assistant program faculty favorites in boston

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Food & drink (on a student’s budget)

Jacob Wirth’s (German cooking & beers) - easy walk from Tufts on Stuart Street

Redbone’s (ribs, southwest grill, beer) - Inman Square, 55 Chester St. Somerville
Figaro’s (great sandwiches) - 105 Beach Street, towards South Station
The Red Fez (Middle Eastern food) - 1222 Washington Street in South End)
Tasty Burger - 1301 Boylston St. next to Fenway Park; also in Southie at 69 L Street
Cheer’s Bar - across the Common at 84 Beacon Street; “Everyone knows your name!”
Montien’s (Thai food) - 63 Stuart Street, just up the block
Boloco (Custom Mexican Burritos) - 2 Park Plaza – on your way to the Cheers Bar
Felt (bar food & drinks & pool tables) - 533 Washington Street
The Daily Catch (Italian seafood in the North End) - 323 Hanover Street
Mike’s Pastry –Across the street from the Daily Catch which doesn’t serve dessert
Bova’s (24 hour bakery & deli) - also in the North End 134 Salem Street – great resource during exam week
Wrapmi - 66 Kneeland Street

Pho Pasteur (Vietnamese noodle soup and fine cuisine) - 682 Washington Street

Burritos Express - 86 Bedford Street

Vietnamese Sandwiches and Bubble Tea - 66 Harrison Ave.

Tavern–on-the-Water - great views of Boston from the harbor in Charlestown; outdoor bar on the pier in the summer
Warren Tavern - Corner of Pleasant & Main St. in Charlestown; one of the oldest pubs in Boston; Paul Revere and G. Washington have been there

Nice restaurants when mom & dad are in town
Abe & Louie’s Steak house- 793 Boylston Street across from the Prudential

Melting Pot

Jerry Remy’s - near Fenway Park
Hampshire House - restaurant over Cheers at 84 Beacon Street
Franklin Café - Southie: 152 Dorchester Ave or South End: at 278 Shawmut Ave.
The Citizen - near Fenway Park at 1310 Boylston Street across the street from Tasty Burger
Top of the Hub – on the very top of the Prudential- great views, expensive cocktails, but worth it
Grill 23 - if you can afford it!
For those on a diet or nothing to do on a Saturday
Museum of Science - 1 Science Park
Museum of Fine Arts - 465 Huntington Ave.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum - 280 Fenway
New England Aquarium – Atlantic Avenue (also has whale watch tours)
Fenway Park (just ask anyone for directions)
Duck tours of Boston – get on at the Prudential and see all the sights of Boston- starts again in the spring

MIT Museum

Nothing else left to do?
SUMMER: Go to the Aquarium stop on the Blue Line, take the Charlestown ferry ($1.50), walk the Freedom Trail to the Bunker Hill Monument, then have a drink at the Pier 6, enjoy the sunset and take the ferry back. Bank of America Pavilion (concerts).
WINTER: Go to Frog Pond on the Common and rent ice skates

SEASONAL: TD Garden: watch the Celtics and/or Bruins play.

DAY TRIPS: Rockport, MA, the Cape (or take the ferry to Provincetown for the day), Newport, RI 1.5 hrs drive; LL Bean in Freeport, Maine; shop til you drop at the Wrentham outlet mall; Gillette Stadium to see the Patriots- you can also take a train there.

Salem, New Hampshire – Tax-free shopping (Exit 1 is Rockingham Mall and take a left from there onto S. Broadway in Salem and there is a 1 ½ mile strip of all kinds of stores.)

All addresses are in Boston unless otherwise stated

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