Where historic charm meets non-stop culture.
How I See Boston
After traveling the world I found Boston to have the cosmopolitan and sophisticated vibe that I’m thrilled to share with my guests. The city’s dining scene has exploded over the past few years, and this foodie never ceases to be impressed. Get ready to expect the unexpected.
Know Before You Go
Bite into a savory lobster roll, at Row 34 – Fort Point, Boston. Classic New England style vs. warm Connecticut style.
Talk Like A Local
Learn the slang from the city.
A Boston word meaning "really" or "totally"
This drink is wicked strong! Legit wicked!
Neighborhoods to Explore
As one of the oldest cities in the country, Boston is charged with history. Every neighborhood will transport you back in time and offer its own twist.
1. South End
Home of the trendiest restaurants like SRV and B&G Oyster.
2. Black Bay
Iconic Newbury Street is full of Northeastern fashionistas.
3. North End
Gelato, pizza or cannoli anyone? This is our little piece of Italy.
4. Beacon Hill
Frozen in time; its narrow streets, colonial architecture and antique shops are legendary.
100 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116
Ultimate Access To Boston
Live it up Boston like a local.
1363 Boylston St.
Southeast Asian flavors are enhanced by a unique and lush tropical design.
450 Harrison Ave.
An open farmers market featuring artisanal crafts, antiques, and fresh products. Plus, its food truck lineup is one of the best in the city.
1313 Washington St.
This family-owned lifestyle store showcases hard to find European brands such as Ethnicraft, Asplund and Ercol, along with well-known Canadian and American brands.
348 Congress St.
Drink blends time-honored techniques and the classic cocktails of the prohibition era with modern innovation and the very best artisanal ingredients.
Either / Or
79 N Harvard St.
Located in lower Allston, Harvard Stadium is a favorite workout spot. Short and simple: you run up the big seats and come down the small steps.
All you need for your Boston escape.
1. Converse sneakers for summer
Comfy and timeless, Converse sneakers were born in Malden, just outside of Boston.
2. L.L. Bean boots for winter
All good New Englanders own a pair or two, a must for local fashionistas.
Whether you’re spending time on the water or skiing, sunglasses are highly recommended. SEE on Newbury St. will help you finding the accessory you need.
4. Something Black
Black is the old and new black. Locals tend to dress fairly conservatively, sticking to neutral colors like black, navy, tan, taupe, and gray.
A real taste of the town.
Established in 1632, Boston Common is the oldest city park in the country.
Immerse yourself in the history of Boston with a tour of 16 iconic sites along a two-and-a-half mile path through the city.
4 Yawkey Way
One of the most popular things to do in Boston during the summer is to head to the ballpark to catch the city’s beloved Red Sox.
3 Appleton St
A secret spot on a tree-lined South End cobblestoned street, this speakeasy was inspired by Martin Lomansey’s iconic quote: “Never write if you can speak; Never speak if you can nod; Never nod if you can wink.”
541 Tremont St
Sip and shake at this South End bohemian hotspot for nightly live jazz.
80 Dartmouth St
True to its name, this South End accessories boutique features sculptural contemporary jewelry by Sophie Hughes.
60 Northern Ave
Fashion aficionados make the pilgrimage to see Jonathan Simkhai’s designer collections and one-of-a-kind accessories found nowhere else in the city.
201 Newbury St
Fall in love with Daniela Corte’s impeccable separates and signature legging bar. Her resort/swim collection has been featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition for three years running!
144B Newbury St
Get ready for a revolution: Ball and Buck is a Newbury Street boutique known for great outdoors-inspired menswear.
116 Boylston St
Bold and brand new, Whisky Saigon spins top 40 mash-ups. Located just a block away from W Boston.
52 Church St, Cambridge
Hidden on a Harvard Square side street, The Sinclair is Boston’s newest live music venue. Listen to up-and-coming bands and solo artists in an industrial-chic atmosphere.
939 Boylston St
Berklee College of Music’s alumni have received 250+ Grammys, and Cafe 939 is one of the best spots to see up-and-coming acts before they go platinum.
Dance until the late hours of the night at Tunnel, W Boston’s destination nightclub.
Main image by Osman Rana