Boston Market: "Originally there was only Chicken in Boston" Top 5 Page for this destination United States of America Restaurant Tip by grandmaR
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I first became aware of Boston Chicken about 10 years ago. It is a kind of a cross between a chain cafeteria and a fast food place. Shortly after I saw the first Boston Chicken, they changed their name to Boston Market.
You can eat in the restaurant, but the food is marketed for you to get a whole dinner and then take it home to eat.
There is one Boston Market that is in Crofton in a building that used to be a Roy Rogers and it has a drive-in (pictured), but most that I've seen you have to get out of your car and go in.
Favorite Dish: The last time I ate there, it was a Saturday where I had been to see my mom and I got meatloaf (which I love but very seldom get), mac and cheese (sort of gouey here), and creamed spinach (which I don't make because it is too much trouble, but reminds me very much of my mom's homemade spinach soup).
I love all the vegetables that are available here - it is hard to choose.
I got lemonade to drink.
If there is a weakness in the menu it is in the dessert end. I like my desserts. I sometimes get one of the apple side things for dessert. Otherwise all they have are cookies.
Address: 1070 Route 3 North, Gambrills, MD 21054
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Most Boston Markets are in New England, with other restaurants in Pennsylvania, Colorado, Texas, Florida, California, North Carolina, the mid Atlantic and around the Great Lakes.
Price: less than US$10
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