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Central Parking
200 Berkely Street, 17th Floor, Boston, MA 02116
This parking facility is located near the Boston Public Garden, Boston Common, Copley Square, and Newbury Street. ThereMore are self-park and valet options.
Commonwealth Avenue Mall
27 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Established in 1856, the 32-acre Commonwealth Avenue Mall stretches from the Public Garden to Olmsted Park. It providesMore a green link in Boston's Emerald Necklace -- an 1,100-acre chain of nine parks connected by parkways and waterways. The Neighborhood Association of Back Bay, Friends of the Public Garden and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department work together to mainstain the green strip that runs down the center of Commonwealth Avenue.
Fitz Inn Parking Systems
4 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
This parking facility is located near the Back Bay and Beacon Hill, Boston Public Garden, Boston Common, Newbury StreetMore and Copley Square. There are self-park and valet options and monthly space rentals are available.
Hermes of Paris
320 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
Hermes of Paris offers a variety of French-made garments and accessories, including the company's iconic silk scarves.More Clothing repairs are available. The store is located across the street from the Boston Public Garden.
Hampshire House
84 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
A thoroughly Boston location in every way: classically beautiful exterior, adjacent to the Public Garden and Cheers andMore a stone's throw from Newbury Street and the State House, Hampshire House is an ideal venue to host an event that captures the city's energy. But it's not just a place for weddings and functions. Occasionally, during the year (Sundays from September through June, and at selected holidays), Hampshire House hosts public dining, transforming an ordinary day into an unforgettable event. 
Bistro du Midi
272 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
Peerlessly classy, the Bistro du Midi offers gourmet Provencal cuisine, a full bar, a pretty patio and a formal upstairsMore dining room (the latter of which have views of the Boston Public Garden). Take-out menus (available upon request only) come in immaculate white envelopes.  The bar is slick and modern, made of highly reflective stainless steel, and has a view of the kitchen, so patrons can watch the chefs at work.  The walls are of exposed brick and the atmosphere, impeccably elegant.  
28 Arlington St, Boston, MA 02116
Exhale's name is exquisitely descriptive: given the incessant stresses we're all subjected to, don't we all deserve aMore chance to breathe? More than a spa, Exhale offers clients a full range of relaxation options including yoga and core conditioning classes, acupuncture and more in a spacious building adjacent to the public garden. 
Flair Bridesmaid Boutique
10 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
The Flair Bridesmaid Boutique is a one-stop bridesmaid shop located on the Public Gardens end of Newbury Street. ThisMore boutique carries a variety of dresses to attract many customers who are looking for different prices, sizes and styles. Its specialty is bridesmaid dresses, but it also carries bridal gowns for the bride-to-be. The small boutique offers a personalized shopping experience that is geared toward making everyone feel welcome and accepted. Call ahead of time, as shopping is by appointment only.
Arlington Street Church
351 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116

Located across from the Boston Public Garden, Arlington Street Church is a popular place for weddings. With aMore sanctuary that was renovated in 2001, high vaulted ceilings, and perhaps the largest collection of Tiffany stained-glass windows in a church, it's easy to see why.

The church was built in 1861, and was the first public building in Back Bay. The congregation, established in 1789, is liberal and welcoming of all people and lifestyles.

Run by the Rev. Kim Crawford Harvie, worships take place every Sunday at 11am. Podcasts of sermons are available online. Braille and large print hymnals and FM amplification headsets are available upon request. From September through June, childcare and religious education programs for children take place during the service.



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