Boloco Copley Square | Hancock Tavern | Trident Booksellers and Cafe | The Lobster Stop | Healing Tree Yoga

Build Your Own Burrito at Boloco Copley Square Near Eaves Quincy

Back in 1997, the folks who opened Boloco Copley Square simply wanted to create a unique kind of burrito restaurant. Considering there are now 23 locations, including 12 in Boston, it's safe to say they succeeded. Lucky for you, there's a Boloco just a short trip from Eaves Quincy.

Boloco Copley Square, a Certified Green eatery, allows guests to build their own burrito or opt for one of the specialty items on the menu. Picky eaters will like that they can choose grass-fed steak, all-natural pork, veggies, organic tofu, or naturally raised dark meat chicken as the main ingredient. Once you do, it's time to decide which other ingredients you'd like added to your burrito. If you'd rather leave the creativity up to the chefs, opt for the Bangkok Thai burrito with peanut sauce and Asian slaw or the summer burrito with black beans and mango salsa.

Boloco Copley Square
1080 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 369-9087

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Grab a Burger, a Beer and a Game at Hancock Tavern Near Eaves Quincy

You don't have to choose between a sunny day outdoors and one spent in front of the TV at Hancock Tavern, not far from Eaves Quincy. Unlike many pubs, this popular bar and restaurant in Quincy boasts both widescreen TVs and huge windows, which allow plenty of natural light to flood the space.

While you catch the game at Hancock Tavern, you can also savor some classic American grub. If you're just looking for a snack, try the Buffalo chicken nachos or the chili. For a larger appetite, you can order the steak tip sub, the Buffalo chicken pizza, or the grilled chicken and broccoli pizza, three of the most popular items on the menu at Hancock Tavern. Wash it all down with one of the tavern's draft beers—the selection may not be enormous, but it's still decent.

Hancock Tavern
668 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02170
(617) 472-5554

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Eat, Drink and Read at Boston's Trident Booksellers and Cafe Near Eaves Quincy

Part eatery, part bookstore, Trident Booksellers and Cafe is an all-around convenient spot for students, city-dwelling professionals, and everyone in between. Tucked away on Boston's Newbury Street, not far from Eaves Quincy, Trident serves beer, coffee, and eggs in the same space as it stocks a full inventory of books.

Grab a seat at the cafe to enjoy the food, perhaps an apple brie omelet or smoked salmon scramble. The lemon ricotta French toast makes for a breakfast that's as decadent and sweet as it is filling, as do the pancakes stuffed with caramel and bananas. You can order a burger, veggie bowl, or quesadilla later in the day. If you're looking for a fun activity, come by on Wednesdays for Paint Nite, when artists (and cocktails) help novices craft their own masterpieces.

Trident Booksellers and Cafe
338 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 267-8688

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The Lobster Stop Near Eaves Quincy: Seafood Pulled Fresh From the Tank

The double lobster roll and the lobster bisque reign as two of customers' favorite dishes at aptly named The Lobster Stop, an eatery in Quincy that's known for serving fresh (and often fried) seafood. Yelp reviewers rave that chefs here have a knack for frying food to the perfect tender-crispy texture, so don't be fooled by the relatively humble building where The Lobster Stops resides.

Inside, you'll find tanks full of fish and lobster just waiting for you to pluck them up for dinner. Once you've made your decision, chefs transform the fresh seafood into popular dishes like the fried scallop platter, the fisherman's platter, and the clam chowder. Those who frequent the restaurant say you should also order some fries or onion rings to complement your seafood. The feasts are well worth the quick drive from Eaves Quincy to The Lobster Stop.

The Lobster Stop
723 Washington Street
Quincy, MA 02169
(617) 405-4760

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Eaves Quincy Isn't Far From the Soothing Experience of Healing Tree Yoga

Regulars say Healing Tree Yoga is aptly named. Not only can you practice yoga here — there are a variety of classes to suit just about every skill level and need — you can also get a soothing massage to help ease any number of ailments, or just to reach a state of relaxation.

Healing Tree's instructors are known for being kind, encouraging, and helpful, with some reviewers saying that the instructors encouraged them to pursue yoga teacher training classes so they could become instructors themselves. If you want to treat yourself or you have an issue that needs to be addressed, schedule a deep tissue or prenatal massage. All of this awaits a short trip from Eaves Quincy.

Healing Tree Yoga
605 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02170
(617) 770-4800

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