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Known for its role in early American history, top-notch universities, strong accent and sports teams, Boston has a long, loud reputation. But it’s much more than colonial tours, college kids and Red Sox fans. Boston is a beautiful city – think cobblestone streets lined with brownstones, as well as soaring skyscrapers – with a thriving food scene and so many nightlife options that you won’t be in bed before 2am. We’ve curated the most exciting spots this city has to offer, from boutiques on posh Newbury Street as well as in funky Jamaica Plain, to the swankiest places to sip cocktails, and the restaurants locals flock to for lobstah and chowdah.
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“The content is tightly focused on eating, shopping and activities — a mix of offbeat gems and hip newcomers.”
The New York Times

About the book

The HUNT Guides is a tightly curated, award-winning travel series that focuses on the truly local, be it dining, drinking, shopping or unforgettable lifestyle experiences in each city.

Known for its role in early American history, top-notch universities, strong accent and sports teams, Boston has a long, loud reputation. But it’s much more than colonial tours, college kids and Red Sox fans. Boston is a beautiful city – think cobblestone streets lined with brownstones, as well as soaring skyscrapers – with a thriving food scene and so many nightlife options that you won’t be in bed before 2am. We’ve curated the most exciting spots this city has to offer, from boutiques on posh Newbury Street as well as in funky Jamaica Plain, to the swankiest places to sip cocktails, and the restaurants locals flock to for lobstah and chowdah.


About the author

Brittany Fischer has been known to jump straight into a cab at the mere mention of an extraordinary meal, cocktail or shop. When asked what she majored in at Boston University, she deadpans, “Restaurants, coffee shops, bars and boutiques.” In addition to becoming a Boston aficionado, Brittany was actually studying journalism and her writing has since graced the pages of Boston’s newspapers and magazines, as well as her blog, sheiswhosheis.com. In the rare event that she is not eating, caffeinating, drinking, shopping or writing, she’s on a long walk, wearing headphones and impractical shoes, scouting out new places to go.
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