Boston is a great city. It has a unique history that has lead to the construction of fun, winding streets (created from cow paths) that have made it a popular place to film movies. It's easy to walk around and, when the weather is nice, it's really a sight to behold....more
Beautiful theater! It's moderately sized, meaning even in the back you have a decent view, but not so small that it's difficult to get tickets. The inside decoration and detail is so amazing that it can sometimes steal the show!
I love this spot. It's my must-go whenever I'm feeling the effects of the cold weather. Nothing warns you up quite like a bowl of soup and the soup here is beyond compare. Pho Pasteur is a Boston staple and has been recognized time and time again for some of the tastiest noodle soup around....more
I love how bustling the Seaport area of Southie is now. Rosa Mexicano is just another great example of why the Seaport area is a hot spot for dining in Boston. Rosa Mexicano has fun dishes like Jonah crab empanadas and homemade guacamole that easily make this restaurant a place to come back to. The drink...more
I'm not much of a spa-girl. I had only gotten a manicure once or twice before I stopped into Ashasie with a friend for a pedicure. Now I may be a pedicure addict. The ladies there pampered me like a princess! Plus it's pretty affordable....more
The infamous Piknik of Martha's Vineyard has found a temporary home in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood for a few months this winter. As one of the most publicized new pop-up stores, Piknik has been attracting all sorts of Boston locals that appreciate it's fun and fresh...more
It's impossible for me not to sing the praises of Stella. It's home to one of Boston's best young chefs and he is a genius in the kitchen. I love their 5 dollar appetizer specials... who thought eating great could be so affordable for a recent grad like me?! Can't wait to go back!...more