By Cynthia Ng
Hi! Hope everyone’s summer is filled with amazing memories and activities so far! Whether you are in Boston for a relaxing vacation or hustling through your new job/internship- here are 5 must try tapas restaurants that are suitable for any occasion
By Abby Grinberg, The Verb Hotel
It’s graduation season! With over 100 colleges and universities in the Boston area, finding a place to have graduation dinner can be one of the more stressful tasks. Especially when looking for a restaurant that has room to host all your family members, and dishes that even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy. Luckily, Boston is a melting pot of cuisines, with enough restaurants to satisfy anyone’s taste buds. Take a look at our favorite restaurants in the city to have a celebratory meal!
By Gabrielle Balestrier (The Fenway)
Step one to a good show experience is getting your tickets. Step two is finding a spot to stay. If you’re from out of town, or if you just plan to rock out too hard to make it home afterward. And step three is planning your pre-show drinking spot.
All the steps matter, but step three is more important than you might think. It sets the scene for the entire night. And just a little bit of planning can make for a pretty incredible evening.
It doesn’t matter where you’re jamming out – House of Blues, Fenway Park, The Verb – all of our recommendations will make for a great pre, during and post-show experience.
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.