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Boston — By Maria Olia on April 10, 2008 at 10:55 am

Five “Best of” Fish Restaurants

Don’t leave Boston without trying our lobster, clam chowder, oysters, and fried fish. And since Boston has dozens of seafood restaurants- and many more that feature menus that are fish-centric-, a little guidance is definitely in order.

More information on PlanetEye: James Hook & Company, Legal Sea Foods – Long Wharf, B & G Oysters, Jasper White’s Summer Shack, Great Bay

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