Deciding where to drink in The Fenway can be difficult given the sheer number of choices in the area. To that end we’ve created this nifty flowchart to help you decide where to wind down. Enjoy!
There’s a new juicy contender in the battle of the best Boston burger here in The Fenway. The legendary Wahlbergs opened their latest Wahlburgers restaurant in the neighborhood earlier his month. The expansive burger joint at 132 Brookline Ave comes complete with an outdoor patio, full bar and signature favorites on the menu including the tasty Originally From Dorchester (O.F.D.) burger, sweet potato tater tots and whatever-makes-you-happy toppings.
This month, join General Assembly & Creative Mornings for creative dialogue and networking at Hatch.
Looking for something to do this Columbus Day? Get ready for a full day of arts, music, theater and more as the Fenway Alliance presents its 14th annual Opening Our Doors Day celebration on Monday, October 12th. This neighborhood-wide event is so jammed pack with activities for the whole family, it would be impossible to see and do everything.
Over the course of the fall, The Fenway Cart will welcome students to their new college homes in The Fenway. The Fenway cart street team will come armed with ‘student survival kits’ featuring items to help students tackle the upcoming year.
The Fenway’s Hatch, located inside the Landmark Center, has become a synergetic startup incubator and co-working hub where Boston entrepreneurs share ideas, build relationships and develop grand visions of innovative products and services.
We’re asking bartenders in The Fenway to tell us about their favorite cocktails. Next up: a spicy tequila cocktail crafted by Naomi, the bar manager at Eastern Standard.
We all know what it’s like to be without a charger when you need it most. When it happened to Antonio Bertone, he decided to create a business around it that provides a stylish solution to a universal problem.
The Fenway just got a lot more exciting. On August 6, the long-anticipated Hojoko finally opened its doors. Hojoko is an izakaya, traditionally a Japanese drinking establishment that serves food to accompany the drinks.
Over the past 7 years, Eat Boutique has earned a reputation as one of the culinary community’s premier recipe blogs and online marketplaces for handpicked, small-batch, artisanal food products. Recently, however, founder Maggie Battista decided to branch out and attempt something she’s never done before: release a cookbook.