Custom House, Boston – Best Places to Eat

Marriott's Custom House Timeshare Resale Floating WeekIf you’re heading to Boston and staying at the divine Custom House, then these restaurants should be on your list of places to eat. All but one are walking distance with the other being a short cab ride away. Treat yourself to amazing seafood, surprising American cuisine and a brunch that will amaze.

City Landing – American

City Landing is located on Boton’s Waterfront, just a few short blocks away from Custom House. Chef, Bill Brodsky, is the mastermind behind this brilliant restaurant. Combining impeccable front of house staff service and refined dishes, City Landing will definitely be a regular dining location when you visit your timeshare year after year.

Hillstone – American

Heading away from the waterfront, you will find an American chain restaurant that will not disappoint. Known for their burgers and excellent sushi, every visit is an experience to remember. Located within walking distance from Custom House, this place is a great spot to grab some dinner and an adult beverage when you don’t want to tour around the city looking for a place to eat.

Café Fleuri – French (Breakfast/Brunch)

Put on your Sunday’s best and head over to this Financial District gem! This French style breakfast and brunch restaurant is not going to disappoint. From the bellman escorting you inside to the amazing pastries, your party will be taken care of. On Saturday there is a chocolate bar and the city brunch on Sunday has a variety of perfectly cooked options.

Neptune Oyster – Seafood

This restaurant is the furthest one from Custom House but there is a reason it is on this list. This small restaurant is famous for their lobster rolls. Neptune Oyster does not take reservations so prepare for a wait during the dinner hours. However, you can still get the same great food around lunch time. With a 4.5 star rating on Yelp after nearly 1700 reviews, you know you’re going to an outstanding place. If you enjoy seafood, this is a must on your trip to Boston.