That section is a continuation of the road ... but on the other side of the highway—and it can’t be accessed unless a) you have wings, or b) you have a death wish and think it would be fun running across the highway.
Upscale casual with macarons and opera cakes. Yes, opera cakes
This time there are options for food and drink along the way—plus we included other communities in the region as well.
Not really a speakeasy, but a great neighborhood bar
Boston’s Villa México and why hospitality still matters
A long seaside walk that you can do without leaving the city, and one that’s really more known to locals and longtime Bostonians than newcomers.
By now, you’re probably pretty tired, but you’ll need a second wind because the hike from Route 28 up to Buck Hill is a bear of a climb, though it is so worth it once you emerge from the woods and realize that you have a nearly 360 degree view
The word “gastropub” gets bandied about way too often these days, but this Cambridge Street establishment is in some ways your classic gastropub that’s worthy of the title, and one that’s more unpretentious and unassuming than some of the newer options out there.
The original Thompson Island hike, which included Thompson Island itself, was something I’ll never forget for several reasons, but this perfectly legal walk includes mostly similar sights and may also give you a bit of cachet, since saying that you walked across Boston Harbor sounds like the stuff of legend.
Between the friendly folks behind the counter, the tasty and inexpensive food, the easy parking and access from the Green Line, there’s definitely a lot to like about one of the Boston area’s newest Greek restaurants.