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fine Georgian former coaching inn which stands in a prominent position alongside the River Witham, close to the Market Place. There is a choice of two dining locations, in the Courtyard Bar or the Riverside Restaurant, with views across to Boston Stump. A visit to the Sack

Store is sure to provide inspiration for your home as well as satisfy your hunger in their popular café, Christopher Robin’s where you can relax, enjoy a drink and have a bite to eat. West Street is home to

a wide range of restaurants, delis, takeaways and shops, offering food from across the globe. Here you can find Chinese and Indian menus, and discover a range of European specialities, including Polish cuisine. The town is also home to several Thai restaurants, perfect for those with a taste for fiery flavours. Bizzarro is a traditional Italian restaurant, which offers authentic dishes in the relaxed surroundings of a 17th-century townhouse. If it’s the homely

pleasures of English food that you’re looking for, Tate’s fish and chip shop in Boston is an ever popular destination. The Barley Mow at Friskney and the award winning Supreme Inn at Bicker are both members of Tastes of Lincolnshire denoting their commitment to serving local produce. If you are looking to go further afield The Thatched Cottage restaurant at Sutterton is a cosy olde worlde retreat serving fine food, wine and ale. The quaint surroundings of the restaurant are complemented by a peaceful nature reserve adjacent to the cottage. For a romantic dinner, you might try the charming surroundings of The Poachers Country Hotel, Kirton Holme – which offers specially selected wines and a weekly changing menu. Not forgetting the town’s

historic links with the USA, Witham and Blues in Langrick is an American style restaurant where you can find mouthwatering grilled steaks and burgers, or indulge in a chocolate and toffee banana waffle.

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There is plenty of choice when you want to take a break.

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