Andy's Dogwalking 73 Marlborough St, Boston, MA02116 Andy's Dogwalking is a pet care service based on Marlborough Street in Boston. Owned and run by Andy McGowan, the…More company offers dog walking services. The service walks only two or three dogs at any given time and gives each pet care and attention. The company also provides pet sitting services for cats or dogs, overnight if needed. Call to schedule a time or for information on rates for services.
Back Bay Dog Walking is a bonded and insured pet care service. Dog walking services include water and feeding after…More each walk, custom walking trails and leash training as well as group or private walks by request.
The company also offers play groups, pet sitting and boarding. Rates vary depending on services; check the website for a list of fees.
Top Dog Solutions 420 Boylston St, Boston, MA02116 Top Dog Solutions has been in operation for more than seven years, providing a wide variety of small- to mid-size…More distribution companies with cost-effective business solutions, including software, analysis, training, automated performance management and more. The company specializes in "out-of-box" products and services, so almost no customization is necessary for businesses to begin working with Top Dog. As a Microsoft Certified Partner, the company has far-reaching applications in a variety of industries. This office location is not open to the public. Top Dog Solutions is currently used by more than 100 organizations.
Flamers 800 Boylston St, Boston, MA02199 Flamers Burgers and Chicken located in the food court at the Prudential Center. The name pretty much says it…More all. Its signature burger is the "Lumberjack," which includes cheese and bacon. In addition to burgers, Flamers sells hot dogs, cheese dogs and several variations on the Philly Cheesesteak. Customers can also order chili-cheese or bacon-cheddar fries on the side. But for those who are a little more nutrition-conscious, Flamers now offers a healthy-choice menu with lower-calorie options like the turkey burger, the veggie patty, charbroiled chicken and garden salad.
This small, gated park at the corner of Isabella Street and Columbus Avenue is a pleasant spot to rest for a minute…More and enjoy the colorful flowers blooming off the beaten path. It's maintained by the Bay Village Neighborhood Association, and the community. No dogs allowed.
Le Tigre 128 Newbury St, Boston, MA02116 Le Tigre is a unisex clothing store located in the fine shopping area of Newbury Street. A popular item is a $32 polo…More shirt for women and men. You can spot the Back Bay store with its golden bull dog statue wearing a Le Tigre polo out front.
Boston Pet Sitters 144 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA02116 Boston Pet Sitters has been serving the Back Bay and Beacon Hill area for over 20 years. Its services include in-house…More pet sitting and daily dog walking and are available year round, rain or shine. This is a home office (144 Commonwealth Ave.), so it’s best to call ahead and make an appointment.
Audrey's Pet Supply & Services 296 Newbury St, Boston, MA02115 Brittany Bang, founder and owner of Audrey's Pet Supply & Services, named the store after her late bulldog Audrey.…More This is truly a family business, with Britanny's husband and mother providing invaluable help in the store. While the shop doesn't offer pet-grooming services, Audrey's does offer dog walking and cat-care house visits. They will also deliver dog food "pretty much 24/7." Brittany and her family are very active in supporting the Animal Rescue League of Boston. They even stage adoption events at the store the last Saturday of every month. Around the time we visited, there were six cats up for adoption—and all of them left with a loving new owner. Audrey's also has a special "Animal Rescue League table." If you purchase items from the table, the proceeds are donated to the animal rescue league. Underneath the table, there's a basket with the League's "wish-list," so you can even donate to them directly.
Bank of America 557 Boylston St # 81339, Boston, MA02116 This conveniently located Bank of America has an on-site mortgage specialist. This Bank of…More America opens and closes earlier than its nearby location further down Boylston Street. As with any Bank of America, customers must remove hats, sunglasses, and hoods upon entering the building, and no pets are allowed (seeing-eye dogs being the sole exception).
Summer Shack Boston 50 Dalton St, Boston, MA02115 Summer Shack Boston is a restaurant and raw bar located on Dalton Street, within walking distance of Fenway Park and…More Symphony Hall. Summer Shack has a raw bar which holds more than 4,000 pieces of shellfish and offers a wide range of dishes including seafood, bar food, soups, sandwiches and salads. Some of the restaurant's specialty dishes include oysters, lobster, mussels, grilled clams, snow crab legs, corn dogs, jerked fish, Boston baked beans and much more. The Shack is open for lunch during Red Sox season and dinner year-round.
Sweet 225 Newbury St, Boston, MA02116 Not much needs to be said about cupcakes. You either love 'em or really love 'em. After the overwhelming success of its…More South End location, Sweet opened this Back Bay bakery in June 2010. The cupcakes here are baked fresh every morning; no items are carried over to the next day. Some of the most popular flavors are the red velvet, organic "karat" cake, and of course the Boston Cream. Regulars of the bakery get a kick out of their unique frosting "shots" and dog-owners can treat their best friend to a "pup" cake. Flavors change seasonally and the variety is astounding. Take your cupcakes with you or enjoy it them in the store while watching one of the old black-and-white movies playing continually on the TV above the fireplace.
CUOIO 128 Newbury St, Boston, MA02116 A locally owned boutique specializing in high quality women's footwear and accessories. With three locations in the…More Boston area, Cuoio offers a variety of footwear from the elegant to the fanciful with brands like fs/ny, Stuart Weitzman's, Everybody by B.Z. Mode, and Anyi Lu's handmade Italian shoes among others. An assortment of handbags, jewelry and hair accessories, including the popular Medusa's Heirlooms line of barrettes, bands, and butterfly clips are also available. Cuoio's is also one of the area's only carriers of Project Art's line of shoes and handbags styled from whimsical dog paintings.
This 52-acre park stretches from Forest Hills to the Back Bay. Its playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts,…More community gardens and bike paths are living monuments to the community rising up to stop a 12-lane highway that urban planners wanted to build. The proposal was to run Interstate 95 from the Back Bay to Hyde Park.
Residents had seen the enormous damage the Central Artery had done to the North End, downtown and Chinatown. In the words of historian Robert J. Allison, residents stopped the project by engaging in "some of the most creative acts of civil disobedience since the Stamp Act."
State Transportation Secretary Fred Salvucci had the idea to create the biking and walking trail we see today. In addition to providing recreation, it also serves as a major artery for bikers and walkers commuting to jobs downtown.
The entire park contains 11 tot lots, two spray pools, seven basketball courts, five tennis courts, two street hockey rinks, two amphitheatres and about six miles of biking, jogging and walking paths, according to the Department of Conservation and Recreation. The Carleton Court Dog Park is in the Back Bay section.
Public transportation: Use any Orange line stop between Forest Hills and Back Bay. At Back Bay, the park is accessible off Dartmouth Street, behind the Copley Place Mall.