The week before the NYTimes Travel article, 36 Hours in Boston (NYTimes.com) came out, I was in Boston. I was pleased that the writer didn’t leave out Neptune Oyster’s Lobster Roll, which was probably the highlight of my short trip. The narrow North End eatery is as attractive of an oyster bar as I’ve ever seen: a shiny marble bar that stretches the length of the restaurant, a black and white tile floor, nice woodwork, long wine list, and immense oyster selection.”The attraction,” as described by the Times, “Why, the lobster roll, a mountain of warm, butter slicked lobster piled into a soft brioche bun, with a side of crispy, skin-on fries ($25).” It was worth every cent.Neptune Oyster
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Writer and photographer Nicholas Gill is the editor/publisher of New World Review. He lives in Lima, Peru and Brooklyn, New York. His work has appeared in publications such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, CondeNast Traveler, National Geographic Traveler, Afar, and Penthouse. Visit his personal website (nicholas-gill.com) for more information.