This Friday I'm going to Boston for a long weekend, and since there are so many people on the ListApp from Boston, I want to know the best things to do/eat/see while I'm there!
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  2. Brunch at Zaftig's
    Get a potato knish and something with lox.
    Suggested by @gabimoskowitz
  3. Harvard Square
    Walk around Harvard Yard, and the shops in Harvard Square. A beautiful, upbeat, lively and historic neighborhood. Get inspired and then apply there!!
    Suggested by @bjnovak
  4. Newbury Street
    This is the upscale, pretty and interesting shopping street in the Back Bay of Boston.
    Suggested by @bjnovak
  5. Burgers from Bartley's
    @LevNovak took me here. It's a great place for burgers and shakes! It's near Harvard Square.
    Suggested by @mianguyen
  6. Butcher Shop and B&G Oysters
    Two delicious restaurants across from one another on Tremont St in the South End.
    Suggested by @dev
  7. North End
    Can't go wrong! Get there for an early dinner and walk around after
    Suggested by @LevNovak
  8. New England Aquarium
    Really, really cool design -- it's one huge tank and you basically travel in a spiral up around the whole thing until you get to the top. Also it's close to Faneuil Hall.
    Suggested by @stamos
  9. Gourmet Dumpling House, Cambridge
    Oh my goddddd so good
    Suggested by @LevNovak
  10. Breakfast sandwich from The Paramount
    Stroll Charles St. if the weather permits and pop on in for what I consider to be the world's greatest breakfast sandwich.
    Suggested by @Nicholas
  11. Faneuil Hall
    Part of the historic Freedom Trail, with great shopping and quick, good eats
    Suggested by @laurimontclair
  12. Wally's Cafe in the South End
    Oldest continually operating jazz club in America. Literally a hole in the wall.
    Suggested by @gabe
  13. Neptune's Oyster Bar
    In the North End. Can be a wait but a lot of great things other than oysters. Their corn cake is killer.
    Suggested by @jilianbream
  14. Franklin Cafe and Coppa.
    Franklin Cafe in the South End is one of the only good late night restaurants in Boston. Good vibes and good food. Coppa is also in the South End and great Italian food.
    Suggested by @jilianbream
  15. Helmand in Cambridge
    Yummy Afghani food. Plus, you can walk to the Kendall Sq theater after for a movie.
    Suggested by @yrfriendrachel
  16. Sunday brunch at East Coast Grill.
    Suggested by @josh