522 Tremont Street,
The Butcher Shop is the perfect place to have a glass of wine along with a small bite or linger over a meal. We were so lucky to only have a wait of 45 mins, which we took to walk around an art gallery nearby. The atmosphere is so chillax and we enjoyed every single bit of it. Kids tried to scare us by standing by the glass haha. There is only a picture of the $56 prime rib that I didn't bother to post a picture here. Elsewise, both the Steak Tartare and Duck with Fra Gras are one of the very best I have had in town.
Park Plaza, 1 Columbus Ave,
Creme Brulee, Lemon Roulade, Manjari Mousse, Hot Fudge Sundae, Finale Cheesecake, Boston Cream, Whoopie Pies, Apple Cranberry Tart and Gelati & Sorbet. Nothing new but still satisfying about Finale Dessert Sampler right?
Sowa Sunday Market
460 Harrison Ave
Vintage jewelry, cupcake soaps, hot dog stands, studio paintings, fresh food and plants. What is better than this to get everything you shop, eat, relax and get inspired all at one place?
Being as the oldest American public garden, Boston Common definitely has its unique charm. With its crazy New England weather, the public garden seriously looks different everyday.
It has slowly become my routine that I'd make a travel post every weekend. With my semi-flexible work schedule, I try to travel as much as I can physically and emotionally. My parents always tell me its so worth it to travel and I remember we would use all our spare time going to the nearby countries when I grew up to experience something new even though they have been so busy and working literally all year around. Anyhoo ever since I have graduated from college last year I decided not to move back to my home country. I like living alone and have decided to stay at this so culturally rich place so called Boston to start my life. More importantly? My parents are proud of me being away haha. That works out quite right. I am in love with where I live.