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Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Ave (at Museum Rd)
"Incredible selection of American art from the puritans through to contemporary. Also the European impressionist collection is small but excellent."
Institute of Contemporary Art
100 Northern Ave (at Seaport Blvd.)
"Architecturally lovely viewing spaces, a great collection, and friendly staff. I come here every time I'm in Boston."
Museum of Fine Arts: Remis Auditorium
465 Huntington Ave
"The West Wing, which contains Remis Auditorium, opened in 1981. However, the museum’s film program goes back to the late 1950s."
The Squealing Pig
Gastropub · $$
134 Smith St (at Huntington Ave.)
"Curries are a win win, you'll be surprised how tasty and authentic they are.. Something light? Lobster toast is perfect.. The bacon makes it yummm.."
BBQ · $$$
1381 Boylston St (btwn Kilmarnock St. & Park Dr.)
"Fantastic biscuits (try with the honey butter). Also loved the pulled pork and cheesy broccoli. Stay away from coleslaw- it's more salad-like. Good beer selection too."
4 Yawkey Way (btwn Lansdowne St & Van Ness St)
"You have to try the Lobstah Roll, Fried Dough and Steak Tips! I suggest buying the Steak Tips outside Fenway as they are cheaper then in the park."
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