Pendant lights and fresh tile accent the cavernous brick-and-rafter space of Row 34’s converted warehouse. Here, at one of the city’s best raw bars, begin with local oysters such as Moon Shoal ($3 each) from Barnstable or Island Creek ($2.50 each) from Duxbury, and choose from two dozen beers on tap, such as Idle Hands’s Snake Eyes Farmhouse I.P.A., or Confluence, a dry hopped golden ale by Allagash. - NYT
Mike's Pastry - a favorite spot for tourists in Boston's Italian North End, Mike's Pastry is famous for their out-of-this-world cannoli! This bakery is hard to miss...since you can spot people lining up for blocks away! Once inside, the smell of baked goods and the sight of so many different flavors of cannoli makes this place a dessert heaven.