A couple months ago our family celebrated our Easter holiday in the historic city of Boston. I absolutely adore Boston. So much history and beauty, along with fabulous restaurants and shopping. And let’s not forget Boston sports fans. There’s plenty where that came from! I’d like to share with you my visit to Boston, Massachusetts, or to some, better known as Bean Town.
The Beehive Restaurant on famous Tremont Street has been rated as one of the Top 100 Jazz Clubs in the World. While visiting you may also hear a mix of Blues, R&B, Reggae, Latin, Cabaret and Burlesque.
Hailed as a must-see Boston venue by Zagat, Travel & Leisure and The New York Times, The Beehive is a well-known Bohemian eatery and bar located in The Boston Center for the Arts complex in Boston’s South End. The Beehive’s cuisine is described as satisfying, simple comfort food that serves local ingredients and creates delicious rustic influences from the Middle East, Eastern Europe and America.
After our scrumptious meal, it was time to tour more of this fabulous city.
Faneuil Hall, located near the waterfront and today’s Government Center has been a meeting hall and marketplace since the year 1742 and is now part of Boston National Historical Park and is a well-known stop on the Freedom Trail. There was much to see while walking the lovely cobblestone-lined streets; anything from lovely horse carriage rides, Sam Adams, the popular Quincy Market food court and many, many awesome street performers.
There are so many great shops in the Faneuil Hall section of town. However, one of my favorites at any time of year, Christmas in Boston.