eat & drink
The Boston food scene is pretty awesome. Anything you’re craving, we got it.
Nautilus Pier 4
300 Pier 4 Blvd.
Boston, MA 02210
The Asian-inspired seafood forward restaurant is a new favorite in Boston. Nautilus’ first location is on my favorite island off the coast of Massachusetts (Nantucket) so I’m thrilled that they’ve brought their delicious menu to the city. You really can’t lose with anything on their menu. Their cocktail program is on point, their wine list is outstanding, and their food is consistently impressive.
615 E Broadway
Boston, MA 02127
Gray’s Hall is one of my favorite spots in Boston. A casual restaurant with an excellent wine list, Gray’s will never leave you disappointed. Their chips, dip, and caviar are *chef’s kiss.* Throw in a bottle and a burger, and thank me later.
22 Liberty Drive
Boston, MA 02210
I love all of the Lola restaurants (I’ve been to all of them) and I’m so happy that they have expanded their locations to include Boston. I’m such a fan of their sushi, burgers, and their espresso martinis.
370A Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
UNI is one of the most consistent and innovative restaurants in Boston. If you’re a sushi lover, this is a must-try. Their menu is ever-changing so it’s hard to recommend one thing. But ask your waiter for their picks and I promise they won’t steer you wrong.
Hotels in Boston range from super modern to classic luxury. There’s a vibe for everyone.
284 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
New to the Boston hotel scene, No. 284 is no amateur. Located in a brownstone right on Comm Ave, No. 284 is a modern art lover’s dream. Art from the likes of Damien Hearst and Andy Warhol (yeah, that guy) hang on the walls of the guest rooms and common spaces. Definitely add No. 284 to your list when visiting Boston.
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the US, so get ready for a ride down US history’s memory lane.
Boston Public Garden
4 Charles St
Boston, MA 02116
In the spring and summer, the Boston Public Garden is one of my favorite places in the city. Grab your coffee to go and sit on one of the garden’s benches and enjoy some beautiful flowers and great people watching.
Boston Public Library
700 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116
I really recommend stopping in to check out the Boston Public Library. Not only is it a historical landmark, but it’s also stunning. Take a quick 30 minutes to wander around while you’re in between meals.
Boston has some great options for shopping small. Some of my favorite shops are local Boston shops.
Olives & Grace
623 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02118
Olives & Grace is a fantastic shop in the South End. Owner Sofi Madison not only curates her products but also the makers whose products she carries. This is the place for artisanal food, pottery, and jewelry. Definitely stop in a browse around. You never know, you may need hand painted tarot cards. I know I did.
65 Charles St Boston, MA 02114
53 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116
Follain is one of my favorite shops. Both locations feel very spa-like, but I mostly love the fact that they only carry high-quality clean beauty products. With the beauty industry totally unregulated, Tara Foley’s beauty shop will not only educate you but will also help your relationship with beauty go from toxic to non-toxic.