One Of The Oldest Family-Owned Restaurants In Massachusetts Is Also Among The Most Delicious Places You'll Ever Eat
By Melissa Mahoney|Published August 25, 2022
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In a state like Massachusetts, there are some long-standing restaurants that have been enjoyed for decades or even longer. We have the Union Oyster House which first opened its doors in 1826 and The Federal which was established in 1862. These are just two of many historic eateries we have around the state. One of the oldest family-owned restaurants in Massachusetts happens to be in Boston. J.J. Foley’s Cafe is a local establishment that’s worth checking out.
Have you visited J.J. Foley’s Cafe, one of the oldest family-owned restaurants in Massachusetts? If so, tell us all about your experience in the comments. To learn more, visit the official website for J.J. Foley’s Cafe and follow its Facebook page.
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