Bostonians have adapted, over time, to be unaffected by the changing of seasons. In a city where weather is rarely predictable, we’ve evolved to remain unfazed by volatile temperatures or precipitation patterns. We can shovel snow in shorts and a t-shirt. We can go sledding in the middle of April. And we can eat piping hot chowder in the sweltering heat of July.
Join in on possibly one of the most quintessentially Bostonian festivals in Boston, the 31st Annual Chowderfest. For only $13, you can taste chowders prepared by seven different Boston restaurants, like Scholars Bistro, Waterline, and Nix’s Mate, just to name a few. Get your tickets for this year’s festival here.