Traveling to any major city these days means you'll find great food and selection in the US Food Hall trend. Yay for travelers! Here is a quick helpful list of the majors food markets and some of their nearby tourist attractions. Needless to say, these places offer a huge variety of quick bites.
Quincy Market Hall - 1 Faneuil Hall Sq
Near to: Paul Revere House, The Old North Church (of, "one if by land..." fame) and Boston Common and Public Garden.
South End Food Trucks - 530 Harrison Ave (Sundays)
Near to: Contemporary art galleries of South Boston. And, this neighborhood is very charming with tree-lined streets and red brick townhomes. Also close by are Copley Place, Hancock Tower and Trinity Church.
Forum 55 - 55 E. Monroe & S. Wabash Ave
Near to: Grant Park, Millennium Park, Chicago Art Institute and the architecture and theatre of the Loop District.
Eataly - 43 E. Ohio St
Near to: This outpost of the famous chain is near to the Inst. of Contemporary Art, North Michigan Ave's luxury shopping, Hancock Tower's Observation Deck, and the architecturally significant Wrigley and Tribune buildings.
Food Hall - 3100 16th Street
Near to: This chic spot in the Mission neighborhood is close to the historic Castro District. And via car, you can easily get to Twin Peaks for spectacular views of the city- especially at night.