With community gardens maintained by locals, this 5 mile path is popular among dog walkers and joggers. A great destination to kick off a South End visit. Read more.
This place has been a neighborhood institution since 1947 and is now the sole reminder of a nexus of famous jazz clubs. Featuring up and coming jazz artists, Wally's offers live music 365 days a year Read more.
A friendly place for a scone or sandwich. Also a place for an unforgettable cup of coffee. Read more.
Music is always blaring from Delux Cafe, so you'll hear it before you see it. Tucked away from more posh places, Delux offers well-priced drinks and food, but is cash only. Read more.
Its owners say it was the first gay bar in Boston to have windows - where patrons didn't have to hide. Today, it has dancing and trivia nights and tasty late night menu on weekends. Read more.
In a neighborhood crowded with posh, uppity eateries, Anchovies is a welcome change of pace. Straight up, authentic Italian cuisine at a reasonable price. Read more.
Modern twists on classic Italian fare. With its outdoor seating, Stella is a great place for summer dining. Stop by Mon-Fri from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. for discounted appetizers. Read more.
The pastries are legendary. The sandwiches are pretty darn good too. Read more.
A calmer atmosphere than its neighbor Flour, Code 10 is named after the police code for "lunch break." With simple selections like ham and cheese or beef gyro, Read more.
This store is a must for true foodies. With the biggest cheese selection in Boston, South End Formaggio also sells specialty beers and select wines. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Read more.
A haven for hard-to-find spices and other delicacies, the hookahs might be the biggest draw for the college students. Read more.
Their slogan, "For gourmet and everyday," sure is fitting. Prepared lunches, a salad bar, and enticing produce bins make this market a special find. Read more.
Every Sunday (except holidays) from May-October, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - a great place to find artists, farmers, and all types of vendors selling their best stuff. Read more.
Everything a dog could possibly need. Tons of jerkeys, leashes from here to the moon, dog sweaters, etc. Read more.
The largest Catholic church in New England, serving a diverse faith-based community. Read more.
The heart of Boston arts and theater. This 23,000-square-foot space is a venue for artistic shows, public events, and private functions. Read more.
Uniform makes it easy to create the stylish look that suits you best. The helpful staff is more than happy to assist you on your hunt for what’s hip - and here, it's easy to find. Read more.
This exuberant restaurant/venue features hip vibes, cool tunes, &delicious plates.We recommend the blackened swordfish tacos. With live music every night, Beehive is a premier nightlife destination. Read more.
Kitchen boasts an eclectic menu inspired by recipes from a variety of classic sources. Each dish on the menu is listed with the date of its conception, transporting diners back in time. Read more.
The Gallows features a delicious seasonal menu that changes weekly, depending on what’s fresh, plus some amazing cocktails. We recommend the Marge Tyrell (tequila, kiwi simple, lime, and red wine). Read more.
Breakfast and lunch are the only options here, but when homemade soups, pressed sandwiches, and bagelwiches taste this good, who needs dinner? Top off your meal with a gooey triple chip cookie. Read more.
The restaurant is committed to using organic, all natural, locally raised & grown ingredients whenever possible. You can’t go wrong with a chocolate-dipped macaroon or a strawberries & cream cupcake. Read more.
With a menu as vibrant as its interior, it's no wonder El Centro was named Best of Boston by Boston Magazine in 2012. Dine on camarones papanila while surrounded by Mexican street art. Read more.
This casual Venezuelan restaurant serves old-family recipes that blend dishes indigenous to the Andes & Caribbean. Don’t leave without trying the torta fluida, a Venezuelan molten dark chocolate cake. Read more.
Featuring one-of-a-kind women’s clothing, handcrafted jewelry, trendy shoes, and accessories from around the globe, Sooki embodies the eclectic, creative spirit that characterizes the South End. Read more.
This Mediterranean bistro is noted for its mix of French and Italian comfort food. Metropolis is equally famous for its weekend brunches. Read more.
SEAC was created with the goal of putting a fun and fashionable spin on traditional running gear & fusing fashion with function. The store also offers several free run clubs for runners of all levels. Read more.
Estragon offers superb tapas at reasonable prices. Billing itself as “the only Spanish restaurant in Boston with a native Spaniard at its helm,” we recommend reservations on weekends. Read more.
Bobby’s is the place to go for men looking for distinctive clothing and accessories from another era. The vintage tore offers men’s hats, suits, and coats as well as flasks, pipes and even monocles. Read more.
This boutique feature modern bohemian chic apparel that’s easy to wear. In addition to skirts, tops, pants, outerwear, & intimate apparel, Flock features jewelry & bags as well as gifts for the home. Read more.