Top 5 places to eat at Quincy

In the past, the fishing and seaport business in the coastal areas and the dairy farming in the non-coastal areas were the most common businesses in New England. This might be the reason why seafood and dairy products are popular in New England cuisine. Even at Quincy, many top eateries specialize in these staples. Here are a few restaurants, which are considered the best ones at Quincy:

Tony’s Clam Shop

Keeping the New England’s love for seafood in mind, Tony’s Clam Shop is best known for their lobster rolls and fried clams! Located right across the beach, with seating available both indoors and outdoors, the place is usually not very crowded. The sad part, however, is that this place is closed during winter.

The Fat Cat

Having to wait for a table at the Fat Cat is always worth it! The service is immediate and quick, and the food they serve is delicious. They are known for their large portions of food at a reasonable price. Eat there if you are into mac and cheese, or wraps and sandwiches.

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Alba Restaurant

If you love steak, this is the place for you. The rooftop bar and the live music are great additions to their delicious food. Go for the usual steak and a later dessert or just let them surprise you with their daily specials!

The Townshend

This newly opened restaurant is known for its craft cocktails and good service. You might have to wait a while to get a table since the place is quite small, but breakfast or dinner, their menu offerings are remarkable!

Punjab Café

Move away from all wraps, steaks and seafood, and dine at Punjab Café for the best Indian food at Quincy. Don’t worry if you’re a vegetarian! Even though this place specializes in North Indian cuisine, the menu serves a large variety of vegetarian options.

Don’t be upset if you don’t fancy seafood or Indian cuisine. Quincy has places like Angelo’s Coal Fired Pizza, Gennaro’s Eatery and Wild Willy’s where they serve the best pizzas and burgers. Quincy won’t leave you disappointed… Especially if you’re hungry!

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