Myers + Chang

two hands lifting serving spoons full of golden noodles in a sticky brown sauce

One of Boston’s favorite Chef’s is Joanne Chang, so it should not be surprising that her namesake Asian eatery, Myers + Chang, would be one of the most popular spots in Boston. Joanne holds a degree in applied mathematics and … Continue reading

Flour Bakery + Cafe

a stack of four pecan sticky buns on a white pedestal and a white tile background

Everyone’s favorite Boston bakery & pastry chef is without a doubt Flour by Joanne Chang. Here, Bostonians indulge in freshly baked, crusty baguettes; buttery, sweet brioche; the infamous & elusive sticky buns; along with a selection of gourmet salads, sandwiches … Continue reading

Five Horses Tavern

on the left a many pouring beer and the right an orange beer in a clear goblet

Five Horses Tavern is conveniently located on Columbus Avenue in Boston’s historic South End, and short walking distance from Clarendon Square. This is a great option for a quick & easy meal thanks to the laid back atmosphere, menu & … Continue reading

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

red building on a wharf with white railing walkway to boston tea party ship in water with clear blue sky

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum provides an illustration of the climactic political event that inarguably defined the course of revolutionary history. Immersive and interactive, the experience is both enjoyable and enlightening for its impressive multisensory vividness.   A … Continue reading

Faneuil Hall

Night time sky with an ariel view of historic brick buildings in Boston

Located North-East of downtown Boston, near the Boston Waterfront, Faneuil Hall has been a marketplace and popular meeting hall since 1743. It is comprised of four areas: Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market. All four attractions are … Continue reading

The Friendly Toast

colorful bar top with green walls and a few people sitting

For guests looking for all day breakfast or diner style comfort food, Friendly Toast is your place. The decor is kitschy & campy, elements of the design probably will remind you of that relative that was borderline hoarder but had … Continue reading

The Oak Room

two glasses of wine and a wooden board with these and bread and a hand reaching with a fork

If you came to Boston for the history then the Oak Room is perfect place to stop for a late afternoon bite or an evening drink. This old favorite has been so beautifully restored. The traditional space has been refreshed … Continue reading

The Public Garden

Japanese black lantern near lagoon and yellow weeping willow

The Public Garden is the manicured and elegant younger sister to the Boston Common. It’s also the first botanical garden in the U.S. It’s known for many notable features including its fluorescent, bright flowers in the spring and summer. The … Continue reading