What to Do With 1 Night in Boston Next Thursday?
Asking for a friend.
- •Friend is:
- •Married4 kids
- •MatureBetween 39 and 40 years old
- •Staying downtown for workHasn't ventured into Boston in 12 years
- •Into comedy, sports, moviesAnd listing
- •OK with eating alone in publicMovies too
- •Any and all suggestions welcomed and appreciated!I'll make sure he gets them.
- •Go to the airport and buy a cute sweatshirt with Boston written on the front?My one and only, tried and true Boston experience, but it was pretty satisfying. (Actual sweatshirt not pictured)Suggested by @jennifergster
- •Download the @Trill app for obscure and awesome events in BostonSuggested by @mallofamanda
- •No Name RestaurantCheckered table cloths, 70 year old Greek guys sitting at a corner table (and looking like they've been there for decades), all the waitresses are over 50 and the sea food is bangin'. You can wear a bib and no one will judge you. Also has validated parking. I think this might be a really gauche suggestion (at least the Yelp reviews seem to say so) but I'm low-brow and unashamed. I loved it.Suggested by @amieshmamie
- •Eat Belgian-style fries and waffles at Saus then go to SketchHaüs at ImprovBostonSuggested by @Trill
- •Or the Main Stage show at Improv AsylumSuggested by @Trill
- •I agree with @Trill Saus also has beer ice cream floats which are the bomb! And improv asylum is like 1000 feet away from modern pastry which has amazing desserts!!! 😊Suggested by @d33rmngr
- •Cafe PoloniaBadass little Polish spot I go to every time I'm in town. Family owned and run place.Suggested by @culture_czar
- •Since you said movies...there's an awesome one screen indie theater in Cambridge called The Brattle Theater. They always have something interesting showing whether new & boundary pushing or classic films. It's maybe a two block walk from the Harvard Square station on the Red Line.Suggested by @culture_czar