Faneuil Hall Marketplace
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Quincy Market
Named after Mayor Josiah Quincy, Quincy Market was designed as an extension to Faneuil Hall in 1824 by architect Alexander Parris in the Greek Revival style to house meat and produce merchants. Today the building contains a variety of food vendors (including Pizzeria Regina, a North End favorite) restaurants and shops. Restored in 1976, it was the country's first "festival marketplace" a model that has been emulated in other historic cities. Throughout every season there are outdoor performances and exhibitions and for many it is one of Boston's premier tourist attractions.
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