Some of these even double as sports bars and nightclubs
From revered museums to revamped parks to renowned attractions
Boston boasts a plethora of cafés that also offer oversized couches, weekly trivia nights and even the occasional pool table
However you like your just-from-the-ocean eats, we've got you covered
The city’s bars—and the Hub's bar scene in general
The city's best sushi, udon, yakitori, ramen and creative bento boxes at all budgets
Don't get us started on Momma King’s burritos!
The 21st-century burger boom shows no sign of abating, especially here
It’s a subject as hot as a wood-fired oven: Who bakes the best pizza?
Your ultimate guide to things to do in Boston—from the city’s best restaurants and shops to museums and sightseeing
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Knock these off your Boston bucket list
Got visitors in town? These tours will please them AND you (promise).
From a sunset dinner affair to the traditional duck tour, these are the best Boston cruises around
Find Revolutionary landmarks—and great pasta—in Boston’s “Little Italy”
The stylish patch is packed with boutiques, bars and galleries
Head to this arty hood for quirky eateries and vintage shops
Designer flagships meet cultural landmarks in this affluent area
Feel the blue-blooded heritage in the Hub’s most picturesque quarter
Downtown is the perfect place for people-watching. Take a break between visits to historic landmarks to watch street performers.
This thriving metropolis boasts craft breweries, open-air markets and a growing culinary scene.
Phoenix may be known for the whopping temperatures that dominate the conversations (and outfits) every summer, but there is plenty more to gab about here.
Baltimore has long been known for its picturesque Inner Harbor, but in recent years word has gotten out that the town, nicknamed Charm City, has much more to offer.
Oklahoma City is equal parts cultural heartland, traditional Midwest capital and historic cow town, with lively pockets and stylish arts districts to boot.