Boston Common

water fountain brown stone base with three women carved into with water flowing

Founded in 1634 the Boston Common is the nation’s oldest park and has had several iterations in its use. It premiered as a cow pasture for almost 200 years before cows were officially banned in 1830. Up until 1817, there … Continue reading


Three illuminated windows with stain glass red green and yellow a panels on ornate building

Boston has a vibrant theatre scene, thanks to a thriving arts scene & rich University presence. Our city features over a dozen major performance venues concentrated in Boston’s downtown Theatre District. Additional theaters can be found in nearby Boston & … Continue reading


tuna tartare topped with fried onion in soy sauce

Boston’s most acclaimed French restaurant was founded by Chef Jamie Mammano in the South End 20 years ago. Today Mistral is still a favorite for those celebrating special occasions or those who like to splurge. The menu highlights the ease … Continue reading


colorful plate of slice red and yellow beets and pieces of beef

If you love the sound of Mistral, then you will love its modern & sleek Italian sister, Sorellina. Chef Jamie Mammano shares his interpretation of Italian Mediterranean cuisine along with an extensive and unique wine list. Sorellina is sophisticated and … Continue reading

Saltie Girl

Colorful bar with bright blue tile and many bottles of alcohol

Catchy – pun name, glistening interiors perfect for Instagram and some of the freshest seafood you can find in Boston. Saltie Girl is a total gem and one of our newest favorites. It has a prime location, situated just off … Continue reading