Begun in 1837, the lower portion of the Custom House resembles a Greek temple. But the federal government wanted something grander, so...
Representing the journey of life, a granite path winds its way to a central fountain, offering a few moments of contemplative respite to...
Take a spin on local sea and woodland creatures, such as lobsters, seals, butterflies and hawks. This one-of-a-kind carousel was...
Frost Ice Bar
Don your puffy, insulated parka and enter the coolest bar in Boston. How cool is it? Twenty-one degrees. This entire place is carved out...
Behind Faneuil Hall, this food court offers a variety of places under one roof: the place is packed with about 20 restaurants and 40...
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Kingfish Hall information
Chef-entrepreneur Todd English, of Olives and Figs fame, has struck again. The imaginative menu offers seafood specialties like catch of the day roasted on the spit and crispy lobster served 'Cantonese style' (with ginger and scallions). Whimsical, under-the-sea decor includes tile tables inlaid with crustacean mosaics and fish mobiles suspended from high ceilings. You can watch the Faneuil Hall activity from the outdoor terrace.