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21 Drydock Ave, Boston
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Since opening in the Seaport in 2018, Chickadee’s seasonal, Mediterranean-leaning menu and expansive industrial-chic space have been a hit with locals and people visiting the area. This big, noisy spot (shoutout to whoever creates the playlists) sits in a design center with major cool kid vibes and menu mainstays like chickpea panisse fries, fresh baked pita and spreads (consider this a love note to the feta pimiento), and labneh-ranch dressed fried chicken that keeps us coming back. 

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