Best cannoli in Boston...perhaps the USA! Don't miss the Lobster Tails!!! Read more.
1st public garden in US. Created in 1837 when former Supreme Court Justice Horace Grant donated his camillia collection. Designed by George Meacham who won $100 for efforts. More info via blog. <LINK> Read more.
During the War of 1812, British cannonballs bounced off the ship’s oaken hull, earning it the nickname “Old Ironsides.” It later made its first around-the-world journey in 1846. (From Aerial America) Read more.
With nearly 15 house-made brews on tap to choose from at Boston Beer Works, the patio at the Canal Street location offers the perfect excuse to sit outside and try them all. Read more.
Founded in 1969 as the Bull & Finch Pub, Cheers Beacon Hill became the original inspiration for the setting show "where everybody knows your name! Read more.
A small private park surrounded by the most elegant townhouses in Boston. Look for 19 Louisburg, home to Senator John Kerry, and 10 Louisburg, where Louisa May Alcott resided until her death. Read more.
Outside front door to 1966 John F Kennedy Building. Plaque with words "The First Telephone" commemorates on 6/2/1875 Alexander Graham Bell transmitted sound for 1st time here. More info in blog.<LINK> Read more.
Shrimp and grits. Boiled peanuts. The menu might sound like it’ll more warm your soul than blow your mind. But blow your mind, it will. Read more.