Boston is a town in the county of Lincolnshire that is on the East coast of the United Kingdom and acts as a small port. One of the most noticeable landmarks in Boston is St Botolph’s Church, also known as The Stump. This is the largest parish church in England and boasts one of the highest towers in England that can be seen from miles away.
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Though Boston may be small, it’s restaurant scene is mighty and it offers tourists, visitors and residents alike an abundance of dining options with a selection of exotic cuisines just waiting to be experienced. With the coast and the Lincolnshire countryside so close, many of the restaurants in Boston use the exceptional, locally-sourced produce that is readily available on the town’s doorstep. This not only showcases the best of Lincolnshire produce but it also reveals the wealth of ingredients the UK can provide.
With such a huge selection of places to eat in Boston, why not explore everything that the town has to offer before deciding? If you’re feeling adventurous and want to dine outside of the town centre, why not check out what our other Lincolnshire areas have to offer, all under one roof.
Did you know? The Port in Boston was established in 1886.