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  • Taste local cuisine made with farm-to-table flair at OAK Long Bar + Kitchen and try its famous Lobster Roll or Smoked Chai Manhattan. Previously known as the famous Merry-Go-Round Bar, patrons celebrated the end of Prohibition in 1933 at Fairmont Copley Plaza’s very own restaurant which featured a working merry-go-round.

  • Taste a bowl of clam chowder at Union Oyster House, which dates back to 1826. Do not forget to sit at the favorite booth of the Kennedy clan or at the Oyster Bar, where Senator Daniel Webster sat daily to drink a tall tumbler of brandy and water with a half-dozen oysters.

  • Taste some classic New England fare at The Warren Tavern, where founding fathers like George Washington and Benjamin Franklin dined. Paul Revere was also a frequent tavern guest back in the 18th century, too. Opened in 1780 and considered to be the most historic tavern in Massachusetts, the tavern’s burgers are a Boston favorite.

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