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Nights to Next Level:
For those interested in delving into our nation’s history, there’s no better place to be than Boston, boasting sites such as the Paul Revere House, Old North Church and the USS Constitution. And when it comes to staying in Boston, there’s no better spot than Omni Parker House. With its own historic charm, the hotel itself has roots dating back to 1855 and a location in the heart of downtown.
Omni Parker House is your gateway to this city’s world-class attractions, dining and shops. To make the most of your time in Boston, our concierge team has put together a two-day itinerary that will help you play, eat and sightsee across this historical town.
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For a quick breakfast, head to nearby Boston Brewin’ Coffee for espresso drinks, chai lattes or fresh smoothies. The café’s pastries make for a quick and delicious light breakfast. If you’re looking for heartier fare, however, try The Friendly Toast. From breakfast burritos to homemade bread in flavors like cayenne-cheddar, cinnamon-raisin and more, this spot has plenty of options for the most important meal of the day.
For lunch, Stephanie’s on Newbury has light options—think gazpacho, wedge salads and Thai lettuce wraps—as well as decadent options like lobster rolls, buffalo chicken sandwiches and fish and chips, so you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. You might also try The Parish Café for a wrap or sandwich—and best of all, some alfresco dining out on the patio and in the sunshine.
The North End of Boston is known for a plethora of amazing Italian restaurants, so book a table at Bricco, which boasts a relaxed atmosphere and mouthwatering entrees like braised duck breast, veal and more. Or, head to Lucca, also in the North End. Options include pan-seared scallops, fresh rigatoni and—for dessert—tiramisu with toasted hazelnuts or a dark chocolate cannoli.
Finish your trip with some cocktails. Parker’s Bar offers barrel-aged cocktails, from rye Manhattans to tequila old fashioneds, as well as classic Moscow mules and other fun libations, like the Botanical Crush.
Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar in Back Bay also has a fun atmosphere, with dim pink lighting, small plates and fruit cocktails—think: peach sangrias, watermelon mojitos and more.
If you’re lucky, you might even be able to catch a show at one of Boston’s numerous venues, like The Beehive, which is always buzzing with blues and jazz musicians, or The Plough & Stars. For something completely unique, head to Lizard Lounge, which boasts great cocktails and amazing live poetry readings.
Head to the Mapparium, a three-story globe made of stained glass at the Mary Baker Eddy Library that explores the world’s geography in a fun, visually-pleasing presentation. Kids especially will love this spot.
Or, for more history, make your way to Dorchester Heights for great views of downtown and the harbor. It was also the sight of an important American Revolution-era battle in which American forces were able to capture the area and get a key victory.
You might also visit the New England Aquarium, home to more than 2,000 animals, fun educational events and exhibits covering everything from tide pools to freshwater animals to tropical fish.
The Omni Parker House concierge team contributed to this article.