Fort Point Arts Community
This refurbished big-windowed warehouse is the hub of the Fort Point Arts Community, which contains a gallery featuring work from the...
Boston Children's Museum
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Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
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There is no cocktail menu at Drink. Instead you have a little chat with the bartender, and he or she will whip something up according to...
Modern and minimalist, this brainchild of Barbara Lynch fits right into this up-and-coming urban ’hood. At the sportello, or lunch...
355 Congress St S · interesting places nearby
Lucky’s Lounge information
One of Boston’s top-notch bars, Lucky’s earns street cred by having no sign. Step inside and you’ll return to a delightfully gritty lounge that looks like it's straight from 1959. Enjoy well-priced drinks, excellent martinis and Motown-inspired bands playing tunes to which people actually dance (Thursday to Sunday). Sinatra Sunday Brunch remains a perpetual favorite, and the after-work scene is one of the liveliest around.