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End of Summer Guide

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As summer draws to a close and September is right around the corner, we’ve gathered some of our favorite summertime destinations in Boston. From supporting local businesses to walking through a new art exhibit, Boston is filled with things to do in and around the city, make these last few weeks count!

PASTA BEACH

@pastabeachboston is a go-to summer restaurant to dine at, located around the corner from the hotel at 30 Rowes Wharf. Serving traditional Italian cuisine curated with high quality ingredients, Pasta Beach is the perfect summer stop for a good meal and a good time.

PICNIC ON THE ROSE KENNEDY GREENWAY

@rosekennedygreenway is right in the heart of Boston, lining 1.5 miles of modern park space for Bostonians or travelers to sit, relax, and enjoy the city views. We recommend a lovely picnic on the Greenway with friends and family. Whether that means a basket from us to you or bringing your own small bites, enjoy the warm sun while it lasts.

SEAPORT X BLACK OWNED BOS OUTDOOR MARKET

The @blackownedbos is back again this year in the Seaport District, with 54 vendors selling everything from gifts to packaged food and skincare products. The market raises awareness and supports Black entrepreneurship, a great summer outing to wrap up the season.

INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Calling all art and music lovers to @icaboston! Explore newly opened exhibitions, Jordan Nassar: Fantasy and Truth and Rose B. Simpson Legacies. After, head to Harborwalk Sounds: Berklee College of Music event to enjoy musicians performing on harbor waters. Free admission on Labor Day, September 5th!

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