Radian
Radian offers cosmopolitan apartment rentals just steps from the Rose Kennedy Greenway and at the nexus of downtown Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Blue Inc.
Eclectic summarizes the menu at this modern Boston eatery, highlighted by a drink and cocktail menu with something for everyone.
The Palm
A staple of the Financial District, The Palm is a traditional steakhouse renowned for their prime-aged steaks and signature cocktails.
Sip Café
Located in Post Office Square, Sip Café features coffee from the George Howell Coffee Company
The Merchant
A new American brasserie located on the edge of Downtown Crossing and the Financial District, featuring a selection of over 60 beers.
Townsman
At the base of Radian is Townsman, award winning chef Matt Jennings’ farm-to-table restaurant open for business in late 2014.
O Ya
A true gastronomical experience consistently ranked among the best Japanese restaurants in Boston and nationally.
Sorriso
An accommodating Italian trottoria celebrated for its pizzas, pastas, and sauces.
Les Zygomates
Known for its first in class wine list, Zygomates is an intimate bistro ideal for small gatherings or larger celebrations.
South Street Diner
A funky favorite that’s been serving up diner staples to the Boston community since the 1950s.
Ginza
A favorite for sushi in the Chinatown district, Ginza draws visitors and locals in equal numbers.
Shojo
Exceptional Asian-fusion with a community feel in the heart of Chinatown.
Gourmet Dumpling House
A local favorite, Gourmet is renowned for Asian staples like soup dumplings and pork buns.
Fort Point
Fort Point Channel’s gastronomical offerings include fresh pastas at Sportello, retro cocktails at the welcoming Drink, and oysters and beer at the ever-so-popular Row 34. For amusement, take your kids for cupcakes at the Flour Bakery and check out the playful Boston Children’s Museum or do some shopping at the Made in Fort Point arts center.
Seaport
At the Seaport, Boston’s latest up-and-coming area, visit seals at the New England Aquarium or catch a 3D movie at its IMAX theater. The nearby Institute of Contemporary Art offers colorful exhibitions, activities and parties by the harbor. Food-wise, there’s Nebo for classic Italian, Trade for modern American fare and quality steak at Smith & Wollensky’s.
South Station
One of Boston’s busiest transportation hubs, South Station provides easy access to the T via the Red and Silver lines, Commuter Rail, buses and Amtrak destinations to NYC and beyond.
Rose F. Kennedy Greenway
Radian opens up onto the Greenway, which features 15 acres of modern landscaped parks, seasonal art/music events, creative food trucks and a bustling farmers market.
Dewey Square
The Boston Public Market brings fresh produce from local farmers to the square, while Bon Me and other food trucks serve up innovative cuisine.
Downtown Crossing
In festive Downtown Crossing, grab a cup of Stumptown at Thinking Cup, a cheeseburger at JM Curley or clams casino at Legal Crossing. Later on, stop by Teatro for a cocktail then head over to the famed Orpheum Theater for a live concert.
Theatre District
The Theatre District is home to every kind of entertainment venue imaginable, from the Boston Opera House for lovers of opera to the Cutler Majestic, where arts fanatics can soak in dance, comedy and more. The Wang brings acclaimed performances from all over the world to the neighborhood. The Modern offers lectures and other educational events, while The Paramount specializes in visual media screenings.
Boston Common
The Common offers a variety of opportunities for running on picturesque trails, playing baseball, tennis, ice skating in the winter, and yes – swan boating.
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