From the charming cobblestones and brick row houses of Beacon Hill to the iconic Harvard Square and Fenway Park, there is something for everyone here. What stood out to me the most in Boston was the architecture throughout the city, especially in Beacon Hill. Every single street in this neighborhood looked as if it was plucked out of a coffee table book. For those are you that are looking to get some great shots of Boston, this is the area to be!
I love trying local food and popular restaurants in the city that are chef driven. One of my restaurants highlights was SRV in the historic South End. SRV is Boston's first Venetian style Bacaro and wine bar. SRV pays homage to traditional Venetian food with a modern interpretation. All dishes are made to be shared. I had such a great meal there that I stayed until the restaurant closes!
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is another must to put on your list if you're planning to visit Boston. The museum is modeled on the Renaissance palace of Venice surrounding a stunning glass-covered garden courtyard (definitely a photo moment!).
I stayed at the W Boston, which is very central to everywhere I wanted to hit and it has a very lively nightlife as expected from W properties. Some other highlights were Ostra Restaurant (must get the Paella!!) , Boston Public Library, Acorn Street, Tatte Bakery, Neptune Oyster, Rouvalis Flowers, Island Greek Oyster, and Bar Mezzana.
I had such a great time in Boston and really enjoyed the history and the architecture throughout the city. I hope to visit again in the future!
Below are some of the photo highlights from the city.