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From Boston to East Boston & Rino's

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From Boston to East Boston & Rino's

We'll be staying at the Marriott Long Wharf and were thinking of going to Rino's Place in East Boston. I know we can take the "T" to Saratoga Street, but it's a bit of the walk to Rino's and in the winter, not sure I want to. So, is driving an option? I know it's only a few miles away, but once there, is there any parking?

Also, is it as good as it looks on DDD? Thanks!

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1. Re: From Boston to East Boston & Rino's

If no rush hour it'd be a relatively quick drive in the ted williams tunnel, not difficult if you have GPS, there is a toll of I think $4 to come back inbound.

Also doesn't look like it's all that far from Wood Island on the blue line, but if you have access to a car and in/out parking then driving would be quickest.

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Parking in the area can be difficult because lots of it is "resident only" , but some is "2 hour limit, except for residents". I'd probably drive it with the understanging that I may end up parking near the Wood Island T stop and walking ...

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It is very good food. They do a lot of catering for the firm where I work (one of our partners was featured in the DDD piece on them) and the food is always fresh and delicious.

If you go at an off peak time, you should be able to find some parking on the street near Rino's.

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