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Durgin Park information
Known for no-nonsense service, Durgin Park hasn’t changed much since the restaurant opened in 1827. Nor has the menu, which features New England standards such as prime rib, fish chowder, chicken pot pie and Boston baked beans. Nobody gets too excited about the food, but this is one of the few places you can get Indian pudding for dessert.
Be prepared to make friends with the other folks seated at your table.