Looking for excellent sea food at a reasonable price? Legal Sea Foods is the answer. There are three locations in Boston, but all of them have a terrific menu that offers a nice array of seafood and a fine selection of wine to pair with your dish.
The Custom House contributes history, class, and luxury to Marriott's diverse hotel chain. The hotel is nestled in a historical tower that dates back to 1849 when the building was used for U.S. customs operations. Now this landmark houses stylish one bedroom suites and spectacular views of...more
Lucca Back Bay is an expert on Italian cuisine with an contemporary approach. The choices of dinner entrees are excellent, robust, and pair well with the restaurant's beverage options. The dim lights, almond color wallpaper and window drapes, and dark brown furniture make Lucca Back Bay a...more
If you are looking for a weekend getaway to Boston but want to watch your budget then staying at the Boston Marriott Cambridge is the hotel of choice. The hotel has prestige and value similar to other Marriott properties in Boston but the hotel rates tend to be lower because of the hotel's...more
Alibi lounge is a great place to go to hang out with friends or mingle outside your crowd. The lounge is located on the first floor of Liberty Hotel. The hotel used to be a prison in the early 1900s and now it's a trendy hotel that inherited some historic decor: catwalks, prison bars, and brick...more
Quincy Market is one of the best places to spend an afternoon in Boston and enjoy lunch from an astounding collection of non commercial "order to go" restaurants. After lunch, wander outside Quincy Market to watch skilled street performers or do a little shopping at Faneuil Hall...more
Marriott Copley Place did not deliver to my full expectations of the quality Marriott offers. The hotel seemed outdated, but it has the potential to be a JW Marriott (more prestigious sibling of the Marriott International brand) . The lobby gives a nice greeting, the restaurant provides a good meal...more