GeorgezouI like to visit some historical when arrived at a city. The Freedom Trail is about 2.5 miles cross through the downtown, there are 16 historical sites on the road, it''s marked with a red brick sidewalk.
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Address - 279 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116, United States
Ambiance/Facilities - charming and cute little bar
Highlights - amazing seafood dishes
Avg. Price per Person - 50 usd
Rating - The food is just amazing. very tasty and flavourful. Been here before and its amazing that they expanded so much. before they could only accommodate like 20 persons, now, 100-200 isnt a problem. We ordered lobster, clam chowder, Scallops and salmon belly. Everything is just delicious. As for the servers, they were the best. very friendly and talkative (of course in a good way). If you are in the area, don’t think twice. This is the place you should eat.
Address - 761 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116, United States
Ambiance/Facilities - casual and friendly vibes. Beautiful interiors with great indoor and oitdoor setting.
Highlights - Fine dining with a fresh cath menu from the harbor.
Avg. Price per Person - 80 usd
Rating - Absolutely amazing! You can definitely say that fresh catch seafood are the best seafood. The lobster ravoili and and rissoto are super delicious. The clam chowder are fantastic. Anything from the menu are top notch. They also serve large portions making it a great value for money. I suggest visit when your super hungry. you might end up loke us, ordering more than what we can eat. Also, the service is amazing.
Address - 140 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA 02210, United States
Ambiance/Facilities - Upscaled, modern and sophisticated design.
Highlights - Impressive Seafood and steak choices.
Avg. Price per Person - 80 usd
Rating - Such a beautiful and stunning place. Definitely deserves its title as an award winning restaurant and lounge. The menu are really impressive, so much choices but i can be sure that they’re definitely tasty! I tried their lobster and hands down, they’re the best i had. The oysters are also to die for. I really cant say anything negative. Everything is just impressive. not just the food but the service. Definitely a 5 out of 5.
Address - 2 Winter Pl, Boston, MA 02108, United States
Ambiance/Facilities - Classy atmosphere with a speakeasy vibes. Beautiful cieling and chandeliers.
Highlights - Their delicious steaks and fancy wine
Avg. Price per Person - 100 usd
Rating - I would say this is one of the best if not the best restaurant in the city. Absolutely delicious food, their ratings are well deserved. The steak, shrimps, oysters are just divine. Flavors are unique and melts in your mouth. The wine selection is just fantastic. even the place adds to the excitement and enticement of food. The staff are also top notch. they are also very knowledgable of their menu. Definitely a michilin star level restaurant.
Address - 100 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02108, United States
Ambiance/Facilities - Casual vibes. feels like you’re really in Morocco.
Highlights - Their authentic Old and traditional Moroccan dishes
Avg. Price per Person - 60 usd
Rating - One of the best tasting food in the area. I actually just stumbled on this restaurant when i was around the pinlic market. such a hidden gem. Feels like im in morocco. I love their pita wrap. Lots of flavor and their sauces are to die for. Also the staff are really friendly. they will recommend dishes to try and they never dissappoint. Top notch food and service, definitely recommended.
Address - 80 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02110, United States
Ambiance - great seaside atmosphere. Great floor to ceiling windows so you can watch the sea while dining.
Highlights - Their fresh seafood and great drinks
Avg. Price per Person - 20 usd
Rating - Great place if you want delicious and fresh seafood. The restaurant looks great and is just beside the harbor. the views are great especially during sunsets. Tried their famous clam chowder. it sure lives up to the hype, i think this is the best one I tried so far. Also, the environment is really friendly and welcoming. The service is top notch even when packed with customers. definitely a place to visit.
Like many others have said, the collection itself is beyond impressive. To think that one person was able to gather this many pieces in one space is incredible. To be inches away from Rembrandt’s works, Raphael, Titian, Botticelli, etc. is amazing. Most of the works are not even behind glass. Unfortunately, although I have an appreciation for art, I am not an enthusiast and the mere size of the collection is overwhelming to look at when there are no descriptions of anything you’re seeing, especially from the more notable artists. The rooms are borderline cluttered with artwork in what to the average person like myself seems like a nonsensical arrangement at best. I know the museum is governed by Isabella Steward Gardner’s wishes, and cannot add, subtract, or make any changes to the museum’s layout, but some signs explaining what is happening would have been beneficial. A well-known Netflix documentary that highlighted the greatest art theft in history, and I would have also liked to see signage showing not only where missing artifacts were once housed, but also what was taken. Some of the frames are left hanging empty on the wall, but other pieces were taken in the frames. Took us about 90 minutes to navigate the entire museum done hhahdbejw
"The" Olmstead, designer of New York's Central Park, undertook this assignment to turn a winding, brackish creek with beautiful wooded banks into a string of open space gems (or "Emeralds" in his view to create the Emerald Necklace). This was one of his jewels.
TA has separate review listings for both Emerald Necklace Parks and for James P. Kelleher Rose Garden so ... here the focus is on "The Fens" (minus those other treasures) and there is much to cover!
Our random, totally unscripted walk bumped into Olmstead's 1878 design early in the game. This is a huge greenbelt of an open space venue consisting of unadulterated nature (designed as a sanitary improvement and also a restoration of salt marsh). Along the way, there were some interesting perks: the WWII memorial was awesome and the Victory Gardens spoke to a time in our nation's history when we grew food for the troops.
Rough, natural terrain gives way to well-manicured grounds around a solemn memorial to WWII, Korean, and Viet Nam fallen soldiers. The poignancy of that part of our history settled in while we reflected upon our contemporaries who served in 'Nam and never came home. Sorrow should fill all of our breasts. Ours was overflowing.
On a lighter note, the updated "Victory" Gardens are extensions of current-day paltry home gardens (or substitutions for those city dwellers who have absolutely NO gardens) and they have decked these plots out to the limits! Chairs, tables, little enclaves ... only things missing were hot tubs! Creative people find ways to push the envelope and create their own little paradise. The "pushing" here was evident.
Our walk took us completely through "The Fens" and out the other side. Thank goodness people have the good sense to get lost! requestion
Address - 215 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114, United States
Ambiance/Facilities - Such a posh hotel. who would have thought it was a jail before. I love their sophisticated bar and fine dining.
Highlights - staycation in the hotel while immersing myself in the history of the place.
Avg. Price per Person - 500 usd
Rating - At fist it was a little creepy knowing that the site was a previous jail. but I was informed of the history and it started to fascinate me. The hotel is just fantastic. the interiors are stunning and the rooms are huge. it’s a bit expensive knowing that its not a 5 star hotel but it’s definitely worth it. they also offer free bikes to use for the guests.