Let’s Do Lunch! 5 Dining Options in Boston’s Seaport District

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Let’s Do Lunch! 5 Dining Options in Boston’s Seaport District

Whether you’re looking to grab a quick bite to go or linger over a long and luxurious lunch, the Seaport District’s got you covered. Especially as the weather gets warmer and outdoor dining becomes an option, the Seaport is one of Boston’s best dining destinations.  Here are our tried and true picks for lunch in the neighborhood!

Flour Bakery & Café – If it’s coffee, sandwiches and sweet treats you’re after, look no further than this Boston neighborhood favorite.  Everything is prepared in-house, including bread, muffins, cakes, soups, sandwiches and more. Photo Credit: Kristin Teig

12 Farnsworth St.

 Boston, MA


Row 34 – Known for its raw bar and impressive beer selection, Row 34 is a great place for a business lunch or an afternoon outing.  In the warmer months there’s outdoor seating on the patio, and the menu boasts plenty of fresh seafood and tasty libations for sipping.

383 Congress St

Fort Point, MA


Luke’s Lobster Seaport  – The third Boston location of this Maine-based lobster company is now opened in the Seaport. If it’s a classic New England lunch you’re seeking, a lobster roll and a bowl of chowder from this place should certainly do the trick.

53 Northern Avenue


Boston, MA




by Chloe. – This vegan hot spot started in NYC and is a favorite among healthy living enthusiasts. With a focus on eating well and sustainability, the menu includes all from-scratch made offerings from baked good to juices to salads, sandwiches and more. Photo Credit:Mikey Pozarik

107 Seaport Blvd.

Boston, MA



Legal Test Kitchen – Part of the Legal Seafood family, this waterfront spot offers fun and seasonally inspired fare and creative cocktails.  Take a long lunch and dine al fresco at this neighborhood hangout.

225 Northern Ave, Boston, MA



Cover Photo: Dan Watkins