Boston’s Best Fried Clams – Eater Boston

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The fried clams at Row 34.
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Row 34

Excellent locally caught seafood is available all over Boston, and, from the upper reaches of the North Shore through the city and down to Quincy, fried clams are abundant. Ipswich and Essex clams, arguably the best in the world, are found in the clam flats of the Great Marsh — over 25,000 acres of beaches, dunes, salt marshes and more — which stretches from Cape Ann to southern New Hampshire. And, while there are a lot of ways to eat clams — steamed, raw in the shell, over linguine — crispy, crunchy fried clams are one of the best ways to enjoy these bivalves. If whole belly is on the menu, it would be your mistake not to order them.

Here are 14 of the most essential spots for fried clams in and beyond Boston, from Ipswich to Quincy.

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