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Rogers St. connects everyone to restaurants, sailing, the Gloucester Harbor and parking.

Rogers St. and the Main St of downtown Gloucester parallel each other. Rogers St. has 10 hr... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2016
WingearsheekBeach
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Gloucester, Massachusetts
Convenient

Parking for the whole day at $5 is a great bargain. Can't find that anywhere in Boston. Close... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2015
H S
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Newton, Massachusetts
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Shop-lined street along the water in Gloucester.
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12 Apr 2016
“Rogers St. connects everyone to restaurants, sailing, the Gloucester Harbor and parking.”
30 Aug 2015
“Convenient”
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Gloucester, MA
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Reviewed 12 April 2016

Rogers St. and the Main St of downtown Gloucester parallel each other. Rogers St. has 10 hr. parking meters for Whale Watch or shopping. Restaurants like the Gloucester House, Cruiseport's Seaport Grille has plenty of parking and kiosks. The downtown area and more exceptional restaurants...More

1  Thank WingearsheekBeach
Reviewed 30 August 2015

Parking for the whole day at $5 is a great bargain. Can't find that anywhere in Boston. Close proximity to a lot of shops and restaurants.

Thank H S
Reviewed 4 April 2015

Having walked down Main Street we returned to our accomodation via Rogers Street. There was nothing exciting about this street, the backside of some main street shops and some restaurants. and access to CVS pharmacy and Walgreens. However, we did eat at the Topside Grill...More

Thank EveningEater
Reviewed 28 May 2013

This was a great street to walk along and see the ocean We visited the Fisherman's memorial, and the memorial to the women. We continued our walk to the park, and enjoyed climbing up to see the cannons that protected Gloucester, and then over to...More

Thank RunMarathon
Reviewed 8 March 2012

Lat 43, Cape Ann Brewing, Catch 22, Pilot House, Gloucester House, and many more restaurants line Rogers Street. It follows the harbor and includes I4 C3, the vacant, city-owned lot with spectacular harbor views. At one end, St. Peter's Square featues a lovely harbor walk...More

2  Thank Sarah_the_F00die
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