Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston was the very first of the many festival marketplaces to be built in major cities throughout the United States. As part of the original historic renovation, Cricket's became one of two major restaurant anchors. Located at the west end of the South Building, the restaurant features a terraced dining area, which overlooks a cocktail lounge enclosed in a glass canopy. The sculptural interior is comprised of curvilinear components including a spiral staircase, a semi-elliptical bar, undulating interior partitions and a rounded balcony, all of which are made of natural red oak. Cricket's became a popular dining destination frequented by both local residents as well as tourists.