Union and Marshall Street Pubs


Between Boston’s Faneuil Hall and Haymarket is Union Street with Marshall Street off to one side, winding crookedly to what was once the docks. These are some of Boston’s oldest streets and have a number of pubs to grab a pint and perhaps a meal. The Union Oyster is especially popular with the tourists.

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19 thoughts on “Union and Marshall Street Pubs

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      I don’t go in these places much but I am pretty sure Union Oyster House is mostly tourist. They even have a gift shop. Places like Saus, which specializes in Belgian fries is more of a mix. Also, there will be more locals if there is a game at the arena. Always good photo ops though. Cheers!

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      1. Peter S

        I liked The Oyster House better than Durgin Park, they’re both pretty good though. Apparently, Locke Ober closed three years ago! There’s still Jacob Wirth’s at least.

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