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Dine Out Boston: Spring 2017


Dine Out Boston is back March 5 – 10 and 12 – 17, offering prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus at three pricing tiers: $15, $20 or $25 for lunch, and $28, $33 or $38 for dinner.  Formerly known as Restaurant  Week, Dine Out Boston is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a new culinary experience at one of Back Bay’s premier dining destinations or reacquaint yourself with an old favorite.

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Mar 25, 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Hub on the Run: Free Run Tours @ Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase | Boston | Massachusetts | United States
10:30 am
Hub on the Run Running Tour of Boston! Join Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase as they take you for a relaxed 45 to 60 minute run around beautiful Boston. Hub on the Run is a weekly group run/running[...]
Mar 25, 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Film Premiere: The Man in the Cowboy Hat @ Rabb Lecture Hall, Boston Public Library | Boston | Massachusetts | United States
2:00 pm
The Man in the Cowboy Hat, a documentary film about Carlos Arredondo, will premiere at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square on Saturday, March 25 at 2 pm, followed by a panel discussion and[...]
Mar 26, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Sip & Slide at Post 390 @ Post 390 | Boston | Massachusetts | United States
12:00 pm
Join Post 390 Restaurant and some of Massachusetts’ best breweries for another beer and slider party! Cambridge Brewing Company, Notch Brewing, Jack’s Abby, Berkshire Brewing Company, Harpoon Brewery, Mystic Brewery, and Lamplighter will all be[...]
Curtain Up: New Musical Theater Songs by Berklee Students @ Berklee Performance Center | Boston | Massachusetts | United States
8:00 pm
Join Berklee College of Music at the eighth annual concert of brand-new, original musical theater songs written, orchestrated, and performed by Berklee students and alumni. Featuring a powerhouse band and a dazzling array of theater talent,[...]


Getting Here
HomePg_PlanYourVisit_GettingHereTN_01Getting here might be half the fun, but not nearly as much fun as being here. There are many different transportation modalities available to you for getting to Boston’s Back Bay. By car, the MBTA, bus, trains, and taxis. If you’re staying close enough, you can walk — or simply step outside.
Where to Stay
HomePg_PlanYourVisit_WhereToStayTN_01Boston’s Back Bay is a destination with places to stay that are among the finest in the world. Making the Back Bay the center of your stay in the city affords you not only beautiful accommodations, but access to all that Boston has to offer — much of it within walking distance. See the list of where to stay.
Shopping & Dining
HomePg_PlanYourVisit_Shopping&DiningTN_01The Back Bay is legendary for shopping and dining. Some of the best in the world for retail, browsing, window shopping, art galleries, and so much more. Restaurants are on every block — casual to formal, and provide a wide array of cuisines to choose from.
Attractions & Culture
HomePg_PlanYourVisit_Attractions&CultureTN_01You can’t beat Boston, and especially the Back Bay for attractions and culture. You could stay in the area for a week and still not see it all, plus what’s within reach for you throughout the Boston area.
Parks & Green Spaces
HomePg_PlanYourVisit_Parks&GreenSpacesTN_01Parks and green spaces abound in Boston’s Back Bay. Every season of the year offers a cityscape that’s second to none for visiting and strolling.


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