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Having grown up in Revere and spending many childhood summer days there, I can say that this beach has seen its share of history...good and bad...but it is the only free truly public beach around. In its hey day the beach was lined with amusement...More
Rienzo's is a friendly family type pub that offers the best pizza in Massachusetts in my estimation. Biachi's Pizza has moved here and offers a delicious thin crust pizza with any topping you like. A regular pizza is $13, plus $1 each additional topping. Gretchen...More
Revere beach is long (3 miles or so) white sandy, and clean. There's lots of huge white sea shells which took my fancy. Didn't notice any really nice places to eat along there though, seem to be bars only, and none to posh - okay...More
Possibly this is a great spot in good weather but with temperatures around freezing it is best described as BRACING.
A few brave souls were walking their dogs and sea birds were busy enjoying shell fish washed up on the shore.
Evidence of the old...More
Nice beach with pretty views of Nahant and Winthrop. They have cleaned it up nice over the years but it lacks little shops or decent restaurants other than Kelly's Roast beef. Too many condos obstruct the sun later in the day. If you want food...More
It's great for walking with family and friends and maybe do some exercise. There are some people using drones around. A drone followed us while walking at night and a friend got scared so we had to leave. The views are amazing during the day....More
This is as close to Boston as you can get on the nation’s first public beach. It has lost its funky tawdriness now that the old amusement park (where I rode my first rollercoaster) is gone and is now a more quiet residential area that...More
We visited on an 80 degree day in October. It was a Wednesday so there weren't too many people around.The beach was sandy with a lot of shells but also a lot of trash like cans and cups. It is a shame people don't take...More
Response from Michelle K | Reviewed this property |
If you’re asking if it’s an affluent part of the greater Boston area, then around Revere beach itself doesn’t appear to be, while if you continue walking beyond Wonderland station, this changes. We’ve been going to Comfort... More
If you’re asking if it’s an affluent part of the greater Boston area, then around Revere beach itself doesn’t appear to be, while if you continue walking beyond Wonderland station, this changes. We’ve been going to Comfort Inn & Suites Revere for many years, and often walk back up from the beach to the hotel (about a 20 min walk), and while I’ve never felt uncomfortable doing that in the daytime, or spending time anywhere along the beach during the day, I’m not sure I’d feel as comfortable doing the same at night. Saying that, we’ve never experienced any trouble, it’s just a gut feeling
Was there this summer with my kids. i thought it was safe. I was able to find street parking for a few hours that was close to the beach. The beach itself was pretty nice, and seemed safe. As for parking a car while... More
Was there this summer with my kids. i thought it was safe. I was able to find street parking for a few hours that was close to the beach. The beach itself was pretty nice, and seemed safe. As for parking a car while staying there, you probably would have to research that.