By Emily Burke (Lyons Group)
If you're concerned about where to eat or grab a drink during your next trip to Fenway, you can toss your worries aside. The Fenway neighborhood has some of the most unique, not to mention, historic, restaurants and pubs in all of Boston. We were able to narrow it down to the top 5 with the help of our partners at Lyons Group. They own many of the restaurants in the area, cultivating an authentic dining experience that you won't want to miss.
By Hannah Lee, The Verb Hotel
March is almost over, which means that March Madness is coming to an end! For those who aren’t basketball fans, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) March Madness is the coverage of the NCAA Division Men’s Basketball Tournament. In honor of March Madness, but with our own Verb twist, we decided to make music fans insane by hosting March Madness Weekend. We’ve dedicated this special weekend (March 22-24) to the musical artist, Madness, and other similar artists. What do all of the following artists have in common? They represent the Ska/New Wave movement!
By Sam Bayat, The Verb Hotel
Putting together a playlist for a long trip on the road is no easy task. Especially when having to cater to a variety of music tastes, the struggle can be very real. If you're looking for a little inspiration, you've come to the right place. We like to consider ourselves music experts here at the Verb, so read on to find out what songs we think the perfect playlist should contain.
By Jack Beck, The Verb Hotel
There aren’t many cities with a greater music scene than Boston, and while our venues like Fenway Park, TD Garden, and the House of Blues are known worldwide for the countless amazing shows they’ve held, we’re also home to many local venues that might be even more exciting than the big names. Here’s a few to check out if you’re planning a visit, plus some suggestions for other stops to round out your night.
By Gabrielle Balestrier (The Fenway)
Short of getting rich and retiring early, work is basically inevitable. But assuming we have to keep coming into an office each day, we’d rather it be in The Fenway. Not that we’re biased or anything.
After all, commuting here is a breeze. Lunch options are plentiful. Even the best team in baseball wants to work here.
Because there’s always something to do. Whether you need an excuse to procrastinate, or you’re in between meetings, you’ll never be bored in our neighborhood. Especially when you get away from your desk.