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  • American (Traditional), Seafood, New England
  • 340 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston MA02109 42.360383 -71.055429
  • (At Commercial St)
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  • (617) 227-2038
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

Food 4.3 Value 4.1
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

(617) 227-2038
(617) 720-1542
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Daily: 11:30am-9pm
Lunch, Dinner
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Raw Bar, Online Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by Mark on 01/02/2015

    For Old Times Sake

    Ate here Saturdays mid 1943 - 1947. The long table (upstairs) has been replaced by a bar. The table was occupied by men who were regulars. As such our seats were litteraly reserved. Our waitress was Annie from Nova Scotia. We were her boys! Annie wouldn't take any guff from us. One time a stranger came to our table and gave Annie some guff. Being the fisty gal that she was the intruder got an ear full. He eventually left w/o having a meal. We clapped in support on Annie. My wife and I returned to DP December 6, 2014 and had an excellent meal served by Barbara. As one would expect the hamburger steak that I used to get for $0.55 had gone up in price, as did the baked indian pudding with vanilla ice cream ($0.50). We really enjoyed the meal and the special attention that Barbara gave us. So all-in-all it was a good trip back in time.

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by Mary on 07/04/2013

    Loved our visit

    We totally enjoyed our visit. It was an early lunch so not crowded. Kim was our waitress and she was awesome,very helpful on the menu and friendly, funny. She told us some local history trivia which we enjoyed. We had the Yankee pot roast, the chicken pot pie, and the fish cakes..we cleaned our plates. We shared a crock of beans and loved the cornbread. When we said guess we need no dessert, our waitress asked if she could bring us a dessert to share with four spoons, and we really appreciate her for that, and enjoyed the Indian bread pudding. All in all a very enjoyable meal, and a friendly place to be in Boston. Thanks, Durgin Park, job well done.

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by bubba z on 11/05/2012


    After visiting durgin park once again with loved ones. Durgin park once again does not dissapoint. Thanks again for some great memories!

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by Native Bostonian on 04/17/2011

    That is What It Is All About

    Hi: When I have a chance to get into town I head for Durgin. I enjoy the atmosphere and food. Great cornbread the turkey dinner and pot roast are my favorities. Accompany it with some apple cider. Great choices of basic food. THat is what Durgin is all about. The person that commented on having the rudiest wait staff person, you were lucky that is what it is about and has been about. You missed the whole picture. Try it again and enjoy!

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by Annie on 04/05/2011

    Not Happy

    I had been looking forward to eating in this restaurant which had come very highly recommended in various guidebooks. Boy, was I disappointed. Food was mediocre, certainly not anywhere near the standard I'd become accustomed to in Boston, tablecloths were not fresh, staff were surly - to say the least. I can honestly say that we were served by the rudest waitress we had ever come across. There are too many great restaurants in this beautiful city to waste time eating in this one!

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by Steve on 03/24/2011

    Quintessential Quality Boston!

    My father took us here for the first time for dinner on the way to a Celtic's game back in the late 70's. It was a clean, "plain Jane" decor w/ stark white paint and red/white check table cloths. They were known for their surly but playful staff. You'd get a wry grin and a little wink on the way out the door after some FANTASTIC food! Many years ago they updated the decor and now the staff is downright friendly! Same FANTASTIC food! I look forward to going for a GREAT meal whenever I'm back in my favorite city in the world!

  • Durgin Park

    Posted by Sarah on 01/20/2006

    Traditional and fun

    I hear it was once known for its surly staff, but since I've been there, the staff has been polite and the retro, "old family favorite" cafeteria-esque atmosphere can't be beat if you lean towards the kitschy. The traditional food is a great sampling of Boston's best.

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