Dining and Nightlife

New England is famous for its fresh seafood.

New England is famous for its fresh seafood.

Faneuil Hall in Boston is home to an array of restaurants and nightclubs.

Faneuil Hall in Boston is home to an array of restaurants and nightclubs.

When it comes to unwinding after work there are plenty of great choices in Boston and the surrounding boroughs. The city is famous for its booming nightlife, club/music and restaurant scene. Places like Harvard Square, Faneuil Hall and the Theatre District are just a T-stop (i.e. public transportation) away! With so many different options in such close proximity it would be hard to ever be without something to do.


Faneuil Hall:

You can spend your entire day at Faneuil Hall! At the moment it is home to 49 shops, 18 restaurants/pubs, 35 eateries and 44 pushcart vendors. It’s also super easy to get to as it is accessible by public transit and offers a large amount of parking within a 2 mile radius.

In addition to being the “it” place for dining and shopping, Faneuil Hall is also a central hub to start your Boston adventure! If you want to go on a Duck Tour, grab a trolley or even explore the Freedom Trail you can start right from there. In some cases they even offer 1/2 price tickets to Boston’s most interesting shows!

Havana Club Boston:

Dance the night away salsa or bachata style every week at the Havana Salsa Club! Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday all have their own dance party for your enjoyment.

Roof Top Pool at the Colonnade:

Are you seeking a rooftop retreat? Check out one of the hottest Boston spaces, The Colonnade “RTP!” It’s a perfect place to mingle and sip a drink in the heart of the city. During the week people can spend an entire 8am – 5pm day at the pool for the bargain price of $40 and after 5pm the space is open to the public for free! The pool is open Memorial Day until October.


Boston’s food options are so expansive that they could be considered their own culture! In the North End you can enjoy incredible, authentic gelato or pasta/pizza, but across town a new Japanese fusion bistro is sure to be the next big thing.

Can’t decide what you want? Here’s a great site that categorizes the current cream of the crop by genre! That being said, there are definitely some “old standards” that everyone stands by like Durgin Park at Faneuil Hall or the ever popular Top of the Hub.