Experience the perfect fusion of Northeast American and Southeast Asia right here in The Fenway. Tiffani Faison, finalist on the first season of Top Chef, is no rookie to The Fenway—she opened Sweet Cheeks Q back in 2011.
In this edition of “By the Numbers” our community talks about Boston’s best brewery, best date spots and whether or not they’ve ever snuck a drink on the T.
To kick off the New Year right, Hatch Fenway, the neighborhood’s burgeoning work center for creatives and entrepreneurs alike, is hosting a series of events throughout the month of January to help foster community and innovative thinking.
Are you ready for 2016? The New Year is fast approaching and you know what that means: It’s resolution time!
Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar (aka “Citizen” as it’s known to its fan base of regulars) is a neighborhood tavern and gastropub that’s become a local favorite since it opened a block from Fenway Park in 2010. It’s a cozy and classy modern take on a traditional English pub with leather booths, a long dark wood bar, a 100-year old fireplace, and a hearty menu of Berkshire pork, steak frites, mussels and oysters prepared by Chef Brian Reyelt (of Franklin Café and Tasty Burger fame).
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.
This holiday season, don’t just wander around Boston looking aimlessly for the perfect gifts. Hit The Fenway! Given the number of new (and well-established!) retail outlets in the area, the neighborhood is the perfect one-stop destination to take care of all of your shopping needs.
Hatch Fenway—the neighborhood’s innovation hub for creative professionals and scaling startups—hosts a series of thought-provoking and immersive dialogues on commerce and creativity this December. General Assembly brings together hotel, restaurant, and nightlife professionals for a discussion on Boston’s hospitality scene and Creative Mornings hosts a conversation on the all-important subject of “Time.” Check out what’s happening at Hatch and RSVP online at the links below. We hope to see you soon. Starting with this Friday’s Ugly Sweater Party!