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One of Boston’s most compact neighborhoods, Downtown Crossing sits between the Common and Financial Districts and is also close to the Theater District, Leather District and Chinatown. As a hub for commuters and shoppers, the neighborhood really has a bit of everything: places for after-work drinks, good food, grab-and-go lunches, and more casual options. These 12 award-winning restaurants offer a mix of all of the above.
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