Get Your Feet Wet: The Verb’s Pool Is Now Open

Now entering its second year as The Fenway’s premier boutique hotel, The Verb is ready to make another splash as they announce the beginning of their 2016 pool season and a summer filled with special events and several opportunities to get your feet wet.

The Fenway – May Music Spotlight

From huge, loud touring acts to local acoustic songwriters, there’s something musical happening in The Fenway every day of the week. We’ll keep you up to date on the latest shows and events. Here are some highlights from this month’s schedule.

Ask a Bartender: Tiger Mama’s Charles Coykendall

Bringing Southeast Asian fare and flair to The Fenway, Tiger Mama has become the welcomed new neighborhood hot spot in town. While the menu is stacked with inventive takes on classic Thai, Vietnamese and Malaysian dishes, the new restaurant also has a stellar cocktail menu to complement their offerings, updated seasonally. We caught up with Charles Coykendall, beverage director of Tiger Mama and Sweet Cheeks to talk about his new spring cocktail creation: The Mandalay Punch.

Charting New Territory: A Guide to The Fenway’s Rising Star(tup)s

It’s no secret that Boston has become home to some of the most prominent startups on the rise, and it’s no coincidence that many of them reside within The Fenway’s very own Hatch. Hatch is a local launchpad offering pioneering startups scalability, and has been a catalyst for evolution in The Fenway location.

Five in The Fenway: David Day on His Top Shows in the Neighborhood

David Day’s fingerprints are all over Boston’s electronic music scene. As a co-founder of the Mmmmaven Project, a music technology lab teaching the ins and outs of DJing and production, he has helped to develop an up and coming crop of homegrown musicians. As an organizer of the annual Together Festival, now in its seventh year, he has played a significant role in curating the region’s only celebration of music, art, and technology.

Rise and Dine: Hojoko Offers Breakfast with a Gourmet Japanese Touch

Hojoko’s dinner and late-night menus are already the toast of the town, but with breakfast served from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., you can actually have some of the best toast in town.

The Truth Is Out There: New Public Art Installation Calls for Honest Bostonians

Public art does more than embellish our city streets. It avoids the usual art-viewing barriers, like museum entrance fees, fosters community and conversation, and, yes, even works to spur economic development. The latest to land in the city is hitting The Fenway this month.

The Fenway – April Music Spotlight

From huge, loud touring acts to local acoustic songwriters, there’s something musical happening in The Fenway every day of the week. We’ll keep you up to date on the latest shows and events. Here are some highlights from this month’s schedule.

Agave Maria: A Tequila Guide That Needs No Salt or Lime

No longer is tequila reserved for quick, wincing shots done begrudgingly with the aid of lime and salt. Though the game was once dominated by unholy “mixto” brands – blended combinations of agave diluted with cloying sugars and artificial flavors – there has been a shift in consumer preference toward higher-end artisanal offerings made with 100% agave. For the educated drinker, this means there’s now a whole other rapidly expanding world of fine slow-sipping spirits to explore.

Greek to Us: Jody Adams and Partners Open Saloniki in The Fenway

The Fenway has recently added to its culinary diversity by welcoming Saloniki to the neighborhood. Based around the traditional Greek sandwich shop, the new restaurant is a collaborative effort between James Beard award winner, cookbook author, and all-around acclaimed chef Jody Adams of Rialto and partners Jonathan Mendez and Eric Papachristos from Trade.

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