Established before you were born

As one of Boston’s most venerable landmarks and Fanueuil Hall’s oldest restaurant (est. 1827), Durgin-Park serves classic New England chowders, Indian puddings, Boston baked beans, aged prime rib, steaks, shanks, the freshest seafood dinners, pastas and sandwiches. For well over a century Durgin-Park has catered to the hearty appetites of straw-hatted, white-aproned market men, local characters, and visitors from around the world. Take part in Boston history as you step into one of the oldest restaurants in the country.

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History is Served
The Oldest Restaurant in Faneuil Hall

Celebrities, business men and women, students and tourists from every part of the globe visit Durgin-Park for its Yankee-style cuisine, affectionately cantankerous wait-staff and historical lore. To experience Durgin-Park’s made-from-scratch sensibility is to taste the revolutionary fervor that made the Cradle of Liberty what it has always been, a place where the Old World tempts the New, and both are better off for the company.

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Create your own history at Durgin-Park Restaurant

Immerse your next event in Boston history at one of the oldest, continuously-running establishments in the country. With numerous room configurations, Durgin-Park can accommodate whatever size party you have in mind.

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You're in luck, Durgin-Park is now offering reservations. If you hurry, we'll save you a spot at one of our communal tables.

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