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
The interactive, educational exhibits at the delightful Children’s Museum keep kids entertained for hours. Highlights include a bubble...
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
After years of anticipation and restoration, the Tea Party Ships are moored at the reconstructed Griffin's Wharf, alongside a shiny new...
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...
Flour implores patrons to ‘make life sweeter…eat dessert first!’ It’s hard to resist at this pastry-lover’s paradise. If you can't...
348 Congress St · interesting places nearby
Modern and minimalist, this brainchild of Barbara Lynch fits right into this up-and-coming urban ’hood. At the sportello, or lunch counter, suited yuppies indulge in sophisticated soups and salads and decadent polenta and pasta dishes. It’s a popular spot, which means it’s usually a tight squeeze, but the attentive waitstaff ensure that everybody is comfortable and contented.