A Parisian in Boston, part II

If you got a chance to read my last post about my visit to Boston, I mostly talked about Beacon Hill, one of my favorite neighborhood in the city. Today I wanted to share some other parts of my trip, as well as other great addresses for foodie lovers.

 

FromParistoSFinBOston-6

Another interesting district that I really enjoyed spending time in was Back Bay. This neighborhood is very hype and trendy. It is definitely one of the best places for shopping and dining. Probably the most fancy part of the city, you will find very chic boutiques, upscale restaurants, and beautiful art galleries.

FomParistoSFinBoston-3536FomParistoSFinBoston-3592FromParistoSFinBoston3344rIfSEvSuSsMX2Q0kBtSQ_thumb_5ab3

One of my biggest surprise was finding a Harry Potter boutique called The Fairy Shop, in the middle of the city.

FomParistoSFinBoston-35a6.jpg

I haven’t had the time to try a lot of restaurants in the area, but if you are looking for a cosy coffee shop great for pastries and breakfast I would stop by Flour Bakery & Cafe 

FromParistoSFflour1FromParistoSFinBoston34.jpg

Another quick stop for sweets, pastries and sandwiches is Patisserie on Newbury! I recommend their roast beast on baguette.

FromParistoSFinBoston-46FomParistoSFinBoston-35a7

I heard that it rains a lot in Boston throughout the year, but I have to say, we got particularly lucky, because the weather during our stay was wonderful, with a perfect temperature! I guess the month of September was a good choice for a last minute trip to the East Coast. Stay tuned for one more post about Boston, with some recommendations regarding museums, visits, and more food!

FromParistoSFinBoston-1FromParistoSFin Boston-2FomParistoSFinBoston-353c

 

 

 

 


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s