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Posted: 6/23/2014 9:38 PM

Yo Gavin 


I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!
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Posted: 6/23/2014 10:20 PM

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"Who has the best lobster roll?"   Red Lobster yo.
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Posted: 6/23/2014 10:45 PM

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Cubs win the series.
"If you can't lead yourself.. How can you be a leader of men?" 

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Posted: 6/23/2014 11:51 PM

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What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 12:24 AM

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What the heck, If you are in the Boston area why not Wahlburgers.  Besides, I thought you and Donnie were tight or is it Mark?

My new favorite show on the idiot box.
GaviND wrote: What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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--- bpark83 wrote:

I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 12:29 AM

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Haven't watched the show and probably won't -- they're a pretty scummy family quite frankly.

That said, I've heard it's actually a pretty good restaurant. I'm sure I'll give it a shot at some point, but I have other places I would recommend for a burger that I am virtually certain are better.




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--- rbiddie wrote:

What the heck, If you are in the Boston area why not Wahlburgers.  Besides, I thought you and Donnie were tight or is it Mark?

My new favorite show on the idiot box.
GaviND wrote: What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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--- bpark83 wrote:

I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 1:41 AM

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McDonalds, Wendy's, Hardee's, etc.


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Haven't watched the show and probably won't -- they're a pretty scummy family quite frankly.

That said, I've heard it's actually a pretty good restaurant. I'm sure I'll give it a shot at some point, but I have other places I would recommend for a burger that I am virtually certain are better.




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--- rbiddie wrote:

What the heck, If you are in the Boston area why not Wahlburgers.  Besides, I thought you and Donnie were tight or is it Mark?

My new favorite show on the idiot box.
GaviND wrote: What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 7:28 AM

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Out here in Sunny California as well as I believe eleven other states from the Southwest and traveling in a Northwest angle from Oklahoma we refer to them by their siblings name, Carl's Jr.

Love and I mean love, Western Bacon Cheeseburger and the Charbroiled Chicken Club, For a while they had a option for grilled chicken in the Western that was awesome.  
amruther24 wrote: McDonalds, Wendy's, Hardee's, etc.


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--- GaviND wrote:

Haven't watched the show and probably won't -- they're a pretty scummy family quite frankly.

That said, I've heard it's actually a pretty good restaurant. I'm sure I'll give it a shot at some point, but I have other places I would recommend for a burger that I am virtually certain are better.




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--- rbiddie wrote:

What the heck, If you are in the Boston area why not Wahlburgers.  Besides, I thought you and Donnie were tight or is it Mark?

My new favorite show on the idiot box.
GaviND wrote: What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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--- bpark83 wrote:

I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 8:18 AM

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Staying at resort in West Yarmouth all week, will be spending all day Saturday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in Boston. The rest of the time will probably be spent on the Cape. I have Belle Isle on my list! My bro in law will love your bar spot, late night I'll undoubtedly be kicking it at the resort with my 14 month old watching baby Einstein.


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--- GaviND wrote:

What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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--- bpark83 wrote:

I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 9:15 AM

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"yo ma, Donnie's drinkin out o da milk jug again"


rbiddie wrote: What the heck, If you are in the Boston area why not Wahlburgers.  Besides, I thought you and Donnie were tight or is it Mark?

My new favorite show on the idiot box.
GaviND wrote: What part of The Cape are you going to? The Cape itself is pretty big and will undoubtedly be busy, so if I have a better idea of where you'll be down there, I can direct you to something good.

In Boston, the Barking Crab isn't a bad spot to grab something to eat. Some people say it's a tourist trap, but I still go there occasionally and really don't feel it's all that touristy. Legal Seafood Harborside is also excellent...and if you're on the deck, even better (assuming you get good weather, of course). If you like Italian food, the North End is top notch. I've been other places around the country where people boast of their Italian food and while I won't say the restaurants are unequivocally the best, they're right there and you won't be disappointed.

Best lobster roll??? Hmmmm...ask ten people, get ten different answers I guess.

I have always liked Belle Isle Seafood in Winthrop (at most ten minutes north of Boston). Kelly's is really good too. Man, I could go on and on with places haha

How long are you staying in Boston? If you're looking for a good bar with a great beer selection, I have a great spot for you as well.






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--- bpark83 wrote:

I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:14 AM

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If you're on the east coast, you have to check out the best pizza joint in the world. This place called Sbarro, the only place to get an authentic NY slice.

 
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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:26 AM

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We have one in the mall in Molesto, err meant Modesto.

They are okay. Some cousins and I use to drive to Atwater to this Italian joint some of my cousins worked at, They created a pizza for Monday Night Football called the garbage can pizza, Had everything on it plus prosciutto and pancetta.  Freaken amazing pie. 
IrishfromA2 wrote: If you're on the east coast, you have to check out the best pizza joint in the world. This place called Sbarro, the only place to get an authentic NY slice.

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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:31 AM

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You should definitely hit up a Boston Market.
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Posted: 6/24/2014 11:23 AM

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A Boston Market in Boston.....say whaaaaa?
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Posted: 6/24/2014 11:31 AM

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As dumb as this sounds, for it is a local chain, but to get a unique east coast pizza flavor try "Papa Ginos".  It's about like Sbarro, but a completely different flavor profile.  I actually miss that pizza here in the midwest.

If you want to run into '64 and Lumburgh, head up to Provincetown at the tip of the cape. tongue
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Posted: 6/24/2014 11:54 PM

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You should stop by Club Cafe..... 

best bar in Boston...
bpark83 wrote: I'm spending a week in Boston and Cape Cod, flying out Saturday. My first trip to your great city, I'm excited! Going to watch the Red Sox smack around my cubbies Wednesday night. Is there anything other than the touristy stuff I should do? Who has the best lobster roll?! I'm going to James Hook and Co as soon as I get off the plane, heard they have one of the best!
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Posted: 6/25/2014 10:40 PM

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Here's me, Sub, remmuh, dosch, sladdy, lumbergh, prophet, rbiddie, and nico last time we went to club cafe...it was HOT. FYI dosch is the black guy.


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Posted: 6/25/2014 10:42 PM

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I'm the guy with the grapefruit in my undies up front.
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Posted: 6/25/2014 10:42 PM

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bpark83 wrote: Here's me, Sub, remmuh, dosch, sladdy, lumbergh, prophet, rbiddie, and nico last time we went to club cafe...it was HOT. FYI dosch is the black guy.


I was in the Ladies room at the time....
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Posted: 6/25/2014 10:43 PM

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I'm the straight one
bpark83 wrote: Here's me, Sub, remmuh, dosch, sladdy, lumbergh, prophet, rbiddie, and nico last time we went to club cafe...it was HOT. FYI dosch is the black guy.


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