Ting: "Very good chowder. Think the secret is in the bacon that enhances the clam flavour. The biscuits r great too.Go for the oysters only if you want to support MA sourced ones.Give the fluke crudo a miss."
Eater: "This lively "workingman's oyster bar" has a moderate price point & casual ambiance. With a creative beer list & fresh seafood, it's becoming one of the trickiest reservations to snag.[Eater 38 Member]"
Music Drives Us: "Whoa! Designated a US National Historic Landmark in 1999, it is “acoustically, among the top three concert halls in the world and is considered the finest in the United States." Enjoy!"
The Wall Street Journal: "It's so beautiful and peaceful. You can go there at different times of the year and will always be in awe of what you see. That it's right in the city and accessible to everybody makes it more amazing"
Jake Smith: "The crown jewel of Olmsted's Emerald Necklace, the Arboretum only allows picnicking on one day a year - Lilac Sunday. Hike up Peter's Hill and take in a gorgeous view of the Boston skyline."
Freedom Trail Run: "If you're looking for a safe place to run, Boston Common is almost exactly 1 mile around! (it's also the meeting place for our guided runs: http://www.freedomtrailrun.com/)"
John TheBaptized: "A great place to relax or have a romantic walk. Great place for food vendors and people watching and playing frisbee ...and more ! The Public Garden and the swan boats are right next door."
Christopher Young: "Best views of Boston Harbor anywhere. Causeways that go way out into the Harbor. Views of the islands, sailboats, the Boston skyline. No cars or noise. Sullivan's has great burgers, lobster rolls, …"
Kristine Munroe-Mahoney: "When possible, visit it on a weekday morning in the fall. Plentiful parking, less crowds, but still great. Plus, Sullivan's has super cheap breakfasts."