Charlestown has seen the most change of any neighborhood in Boston because it is the oldest neighborhood in the city. Its river and ocean waterfronts have drawn residents and visitors since 1629. For a neighborhood that saw the shift of the original colonies into the United States, the new development and businesses that have arrived in Charlestown in recent decades must seem like a small change. But that change has left Charlestown visitors with much more varied dining options! Try some of the Charlestown Pads favorites below, and see how the best restaurants in Charlestown include trendy, vegetarian-friendly spots and historical taverns alike.
Charlestown Pads published this infographic of average rent costs in Charlestown. The data came from Boston Pads, an immense, real time database of over 156,000 Greater Boston apartments, 500,000+ photos, and 8,000+ property tour videos.