Nothing like standing in line for thirty minutes to drink cafe au lait and eat hot, fried dough by the humid riverbank. Makes me sweat just thinking about it. Much better to go in the winter, when hot snacks outdoors are a welcome treat.
Giacomo's is one of the best Italian restaurants in Boston and not only do they do Boston right, but they do seafood right as well. Get the lobster ravioli, lobster fusilli, and their mixed seafood pasta.
Boston Chowda Co is a small Boston chain that has been around for over two decades. Besides slingin' some of the best chowder in town, they also have great sandwiches, including shrimp and lobster rolls.