Peach Farm Restaurant



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Peach Farm should be the first place you check out in Boston’s Chinatown. While it’s now only open until midnight every day (it used to be 3am), this is a neighborhood classic that consistently delivers, and is especially good for a later dinner with a bunch of people. Bring a group for family-style king crab, fried stuffed taro root with duck, head-on spicy salted shrimp, and off-menu platters of sesame noodles with pork. There are lots of pink tablecloth-covered tables with lazy susans to accommodate all the big shareable plates. Go for a later dinner before grabbing a cocktail at Offsuit or late-night beers at The Corner Pub.

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