Revere, MA has a few claims to fame. There is Revere Beach, the first public beach in the country, for starters. The original Kelly’s Roast Beef stand, which purports to have invented to roast beef sandwich, is a well-known Revere institution. But two other Revere mainstays – Wonderland race track and the Necco candy factory – may be in transition.
Revere, MA is the place to be in the warmer months. The gorgeous, public waterfront in Revere has been hailed as the people’s beach for over a century. But unlike most coastal destinations, this one sits just 20 minutes away from Boston. As much of a perk as the short commute may be, there is no reason to bother with it for a fun day. Instead, try one of these Revere Apartments recommendations for things to do in Revere, MA in the summer.
A longtime tourist destination and favorite neighborhood of New Englanders, Revere is full of staple, often-historic eateries. As the whole Greater Boston Area develops and changes, new restaurants open in Revere that are on the trendier side. In short, there is something for everyone. Try these Revere Apartments picks of the best restaurants in Revere. After all, the best way to get to know your new neighborhood is through your stomach!
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