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Across the street from Boston's waterfront, the Marketplace is comprised of three restored 19th century buildings. A blend of Neoclassic and Greek Revival architecture, the complex is a beautiful representation of old Boston, tastefully enhanced by urban contemporary additions.
Ethnic foods, unique gifts and street performers are just a few elements that make the cobblestone streets of Faneuil Hall Marketplace such a festive and special restaurants and pubs feature varied menus, and are open for lunch and dinner. During the warm weather, the outdoor cafes are a perfect spot to relax and have a meal or appetizer and drink.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace's "Bull Market" was the country's first pushcart shopping area. The Bull Market's fleet of wooden pushcarts, housed under the Quincy Market glass canopies, is constantly changing to reflect the seasons. Named after the bull atop Quincy Market's weathervane, the ever-changing Bull Market pushcarts provide an opportunity for New England artisans and entrepreneurs to showcase and sell their creations.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is easily accessible via the MBTA Subway. Take the Blue Line to Aquarium/Faneuil Hall, Green Line to Government Center, or Orange line to State Street.
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