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Toast Pops Up in The Fenway: Hatch’s First Tenant Moves In

Recently moving its headquarters from Cambridge to the eighth floor of Landmark Center, Toast has become the first official tenants of Hatch, The Fenway’s new and cutting-edge workspace for scaling businesses. Toast’s new location utilizes its sizable square footage into loosely divided offices, comfortable conference rooms (named after breads - “Naan,” “Pita,” etc), a kitchen, lounge areas (named after spreads - “Hummus,” “Jelly”) and communal open spaces.

Bark and Bite: Boston’s Top Pet-Friendly Eateries

Want to go out on the town, but hate abandoning your furry friend at home? Thankfully, there’s a few local spots that welcome humans and canines alike. To find out the best restaurants for pet owners, we turned to our new neighborhood pet experts: Baroo.

Ask a Bartender: Sue from Bar Louie

All summer long, we’re asking bartenders in The Fenway to tell us about their favorite summer cocktails. Next up: a delicious summer drink crafted by Sue from Bar Louie.

Higher Innovation: Four Northeastern Student Startups Compete in MassChallenge Finals

The platform for ideas and potential growth for small businesses continues to spread across The Fenway. Following the announcement of Hatch, the neighborhood’s new launchpad for blossoming businesses, four companies from Northeastern University’s IDEA were selected to participate in this year’s MassChallenge Finals.

World, Interrupted: Keith LeBlanc & His Battle for Balance

With the Van Ness now open, there are new options for people looking for state-of-the-art, amenity-rich work and living spaces in The Fenway. As impressive as the structure itself is, the design for the building goes beyond brick and mortar and into the world of thriving plant-life.

Ask a Bartender: Drew at Yardhouse

We’re asking bartenders in The Fenway to tell us their favorite cocktails. Next up: a pair a delicious drinks crafted by Drew from Yardhouse.

Fenway Focus: The Landmark Center

Boston has an almost overwhelming amount of history. People come from all over the world to walk the Freedom Trail, chat with Ben Franklin by the Statehouse, or drink a pint in Faneuil Hall. The Fenway has its own ties to Boston history, and they go beyond great sports moments. Take The Landmark Center; this building is a true historical gem. Here are eight amazing facts from The Landmark Center’s nearly century-long journey!

Signs of Summer: #TheFenway in Photos

The warm weather is finally here, and it’s been a gorgeous spring in #TheFenway! Here are some highlights of what’s been going on in the neighborhood through the community’s eyes.

Ask a Bartender: Kayla, Sweet Cheeks Q

Sweet Cheeks Q, which is turning four this December, features down-south cuisine, classic cocktails and a robust beer list right in the heart of The Fenway. Veteran Sweet Cheeks Q bartender Kayla was kind enough to mix up one of her favorite summer cocktails and answer some of our questions.

Boutikey: The Pop-Up That Stayed

Boutikey founder Tiana Haraguchi has come a long way in the last year. The twenty-something tastemaker has seen her fashion store blossom from digital app, to pop-up shop, to permanent fixture in The Fenway. There is a new slice of style to go with the crop of exciting new businesses in the area.

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