The Dresden Files: Boston
Quincy Market often refers to the properly named Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which encompasses the Quincy Market building, the flanking North and South Markets, Faneuil Hall, and the large pedestrian area throughout. Downtown workers come here daily for lunch. It’s also a popular tourist destination for its street performers, density of unique stores, and the importance of Faneuil Hall in American history.
The arcane community has only one annex—named Cooper’s Tavern—in the market, but its colonial-era food and its old-time gift shop attracts mortals in droves. Still, none of them think much of oddly-dressed wiccans breezing in, buying some witchy tchotchke, and carrying on with the eccentric owner, Miss Molly. Boston’s just down the road from Salem, after all.
There’s something about Boston