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.
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.
Hatch Fenway continues to lure the brightest Boston talent to the Landmark Center, with its latest tenant Her Campus. Founded in 2009, by Windsor Hanger Western, Stephanie Kaplan Lewis and Annie Wang while undergraduates at Harvard, Her Campus is a global, multi-platform media brand and marketing firm dedicated to delivering lifestyle content for college women across multiple media channels.
In the latest edition of “By the Numbers” our community weighs in on the best last-call spot, which sports figure deserves a monument, grocery shopping guilty pleasures and our favorite spot for a late-night slice.
The Verb Hotel has firmly established itself as the bastion of cool in The Fenway neighborhood since opening a year ago. The popularity of Hojoko’s rock ‘n’ roll izakaya, helmed by James Beard award-winning chef Tim Cushman and his wife Nancy, has accelerated its rise to fame (and party-till-dawn infamy) with amazing sushi rolls, yakatori, inventive cocktails and late-night dance
Our friends at Boutikey came up with a few fashionable flavors to spice up your look at holiday gatherings. Whatever the event, Boutikey has you covered.
Hatch Fenway continues its amazing run of bringing startup talent to the neighborhood by welcoming Appcues into their coworking hub in the Landmark Center. Appcues is an innovative software service that helps software companies create personalized user experiences without needing help from developers.
In a continued effort to preserve Boston’s rock ‘n roll history, The Verb Hotel in The Fenway has acquired yet another integral piece of the city’s historic cultural landscape. Located in the hotel’s parking lot, majestically raised above a new mural by Adam O’Day, read the words “Stairway to Heaven.”
Hatch Fenway—the neighborhood’s innovation hub for creative professionals and scaling startups—has a stellar lineup of dynamic talks and meetups this November. General Assembly brings together local designers to discuss the startup fashion scene in Boston and Creative Mornings hosts a conversation on the nature of creative work.
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.