Things To Do in Boston
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Capturing the faces and places that make up Boston's vibrant nightlife scene.
The landmark is observing its centennial anniversary this year with a variety of special events and exhibits.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at one of these spots in Boston.
Few things are more synonymous with New England than the region's clam and lobster shacks.
Each New England spot is well worth the trip.
Finally. It's nice out. and finally, restaurants are opening their outdoor patios for the summer. Here is a round up of places that are open for business.
It's time for that one last meal with the family in Boston. Are you given the responsibility for arranging a graduation dinner? Here are some ideas for celebrating the big occasion.
Weekend event picks, May 24-26
From left: Suitcase Junket is at Club Passim's campfire. festival; Open House at Community Boating (Wendy Maeda, Globe Staff); Kate Shindle is in "Rapture, Blister, Burn" at the Huntington (Jonathan Wiggs, Globe Staff) Making plans? Short on ideas? No...
Fresh brewed iced coffee from 1369, delivered by bike to your door
Tired? Lazy? Need your iced coffee but too tired or late to go get it? One of the best coffee shops around, in Inman Square,...
Follow Tom O'Keefe, the creator of BostonTweet, as he tweets about what he does, sees, and eats in and around Boston.
Late night dining
Weve rounded up 50 spots that will satisfy those nocturnal hunger pains.
Cheap Eats | Westborough
Kuo-Rung Tang, who owns the place with his wife, is happy that customers like the sleek new bar (named 157 Bin), the revamped main dining area and adjoining wing (called Akamon) featuring Japanese grill fare and sushi.
Dining Out | Fort Point
The restaurant is animated by a spirit of fun. Its energy can lead to good food. But the elements that promise to make a dish interesting are often too sparse.
Weve rounded up a list of Boston-area spots that are offering outdoor eating this season as the weather permits. Take a look and get inspired.
From casual spots to formal dining and everything in between, a look at the Boston area's top new eateries.
From homey to haute, here is where to go for the most important meal of the day.
Find out about free events, such as daily tours of the USS Constitution in Charlestown.
The first and third Monday of every month features special activities for little ones in the galleries of the MFA as well as story time. Each month has a specific theme.
Boston may be a concrete jungle, but there are green spaces to be found if you just know where to look.
Being a parent can be expensive. But taking your family out to eat doesn't have to be. All you need to do is know where and when kids eat free.
Rain have you cooped up indoors with the kiddos? Here's how to stay busy — and sane.
food & dining
When it comes to cupcakes, Boston is the land of plenty. You can get the mini treats all over town at bakeries and cupcake-only shops.
We've put together suggested bike routes for your pedaling pleasure, complete with restaurant, bike shop, and sights to see along the way.
More things to do
Searching for suds? For those of us who view happy hour as a hops adventure, Boston blissfully offers some fabulous beer bars.
Almost every street in Boston is home to a Dunkin' Donuts or Starbucks (or both), but neighborhood coffee shops also have their own niche in our beloved city.