Majestic landmark architecture
With the convenience of modern design in premium rental apartments
Live just steps from the Public Garden in the heart of Boston's most desirable and convenient neighborhood.
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    Boston Center for the Arts

    527-551 Tremont Street
    Boston , MA 02116
    617.426.5000
    www.bcaonline.org
    The Boston Center for the Arts is recognized throughout New England as a hub for the best of small theatre productions. A creative home for artists & an arts destination for audiences, the center builds a connection between the arts and the city’s diverse community.
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    Boston Symphony Hall

    301 Massachusetts Avenue
    Boston , MA 02115
    617.266.1492
    www.bso.org
    Built in 1900, Symphony Hall is home to the world renowned Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops, one of the first orchestras to bring classical music to the masses – a tradition they still maintain with free concerts every Independence Day on July 4.
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    Beehive

    541 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.423.0069
    www.beehiveboston.com
    The Beehive is considered a neighborhood café for artists. The rustic style stage features live jazz and cabaret nightly.
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    South End Buttery

    314 Shawmut Avenue
    Boston, MA 02118
    617.482.1015
    www.southendbuttery.com
    South End Buttery strives to cultivate a pleasurable and welcoming experience, akin to enjoying a home cooked meal. The cuisine is driven by an eclectic combination of fresh ingredients and infusions that draw out the natural flavors of contemporary twists on classic American and English fare.
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    Deluca's Market

    239 Newbury Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.262.5990
    www.delucasmarket.com
    The selection at this quaint corner grocer is precise and reliable. Floor-to-ceiling shelves are teaming with delectable delights and home necessities. At Deluca's, strolling shoppers prefer their own canvas shopping bags or a handheld basket. No cart-rage, no long lines, and no aisle confusion.
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    Newbury Street

    East-to-west from the Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Avenue
    Boston, MA 02116
    www.newbury-st.
    Newbury Street offers something for everyone with an exciting mix of renowned shops. Find everything from hair salons and art galleries to fine restaurants and fashionable boutiques.
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    Citi Performing Arts Center

    270 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.482.9393
    http://www.citicenter.org/
    Citi Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit innovator and steward of iconic venues, providing arts, entertainment, cultural, and educational experiences to the greater community.
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    Smith and Wollensky

    101 Arlington Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.423.1112
    www.smithandwollensky.com
    Indulge your sense of history with this unique dining experience. Located in a historic stone and brick “castle” built in 1891, the structure originally served as the headquarters for the First Corps of Cadets and is listed on the National Historic Register.
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    Flour Bakery

    131 Clarendon Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.437.7700
    http://flourbakery.com/
    Flour Bakery offers buttery breakfast pastries, grand homemade cookies, luscious tarts, gorgeous cakes, and sandwiches, soups, and salads. Everything is prepared in-house by their professional kitchen staff.
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    Copley Square Farmers' Market

    St. James Avenue
    Boston, MA 02116
    www.massfarmersmarkets.org
    From late April until mid-November a farmers' market is open in Copley Square every Tuesday and Friday from 11am until 6:30pm. Farmers sell locally grown and produced vegetables, fruits, herbs, honey, baked goods, goat cheese, organic certified meats, and annual and perennial garden plants and cut flowers.
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    Liquid Art House

    100 Arlington Street
    Boston , MA 02116
    http://www.liquidarthouse.com/
    Liquid Art House "L.A.H." is an innovative gallery-restaurant concept helmed by entrepreneur Ruta Laukien with award-winning chef Rachel Klein, that balances art, space and design through the prism of social dining.
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    The Public Garden

    Bound by Tremont, Beacon, Charles, Park and Boylston streets
    Boston , MA 02111
    www.cityofboston.gov/parks/emerald/Public_Garden.asp
    The Public Garden, the first botanical garden in the US, is the oldest public park in the country and the starting point of the Freedom Trail. This 50-acre park anchors the “Emerald Necklace,” a system of connected parks that winds through many of Boston's neighborhoods.
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    Minibar

    47 Huntington Avenue
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.830.4532
    www.minibarboston.com
    This sensual, intimately cozy 40-seater in the renovated Copley Square Hotel is a perfect stopover for clinking cocktail or wineglasses.
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    Aquitaine

    569 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02118
    617.830.2725
    www.aquitaineboston.com
    Inspired by Parisian neighborhood bistros, award-winning Aquitaine offers an authentic French dining experience. Executive chef and owner, Seth Woods, has forged a path in the Boston restaurant scene for innovative, yet traditional French cuisine.
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    L'Espalier

    774 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02199
    617.262.3023
    www.lespalier.com
    Chef-owner Frank McClelland presides over L'Espalier, one of Boston's favorite special-occasion destinations, which consists of three dining rooms on the second floor of an 1886 town house. The space is formal yet inviting, the service excellent, the food magnificent.
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    Post 390

    135 Clarendon Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.399.0015
    www.post390restaurant.com
    Post 390 is a urban tavern located at One Back Bay, the latest concept by renowned restaurateur Kenneth Himmel. Post 390 offers Bostonians the delicious food and warm hospitality they crave in a comfortable setting, creating a buzz all its own.
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    South End Formaggio

    268 Shawmut Avenue
    Boston , MA 02118
    617.350.6996
    www.southendformaggio.com
    A unique gourmet foods shop specializing in small production artisan cheeses and charcuterie, hand-made sweets, staples for your pantry, hard-to-find spices and salts, and gifts for food lovers everywhere.
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    Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse

    75 Arlington Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    627.357.4810
    www.davios.com
    The idea behind Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse was simple, regional Italian foods with a focus on the grill. The restaurant serves everything from aged steaks to simple-yet-unique pasta creations.
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    Grill 23

    161 Berkeley Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.542.2255
    www.grill23.com/
    Under the skillful helm of Executive Chef Jay Murray, Grill 33’s dynamic weekly menu showcases Chef’s signature entrées as well as classic favorites. These creatively composed dishes, each reflecting the best ingredients of the region, offer an addition to our à la carte menu.
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    Red Lantern

    39 Stanhope Street
    Boston, MA 02116
    617.262.3900
    www.redlanternboston.com
    A sophisticated, sensual and tailored Asian Restaurant and Lounge, Red Lantern is unlike anything Boston has seen before. Red Lantern features an open kitchen, full sushi counter and a custom wok station.
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