Solas Irish Pub 710 Boylston St, Boston, MA02116 Solas Irish Pub is a bar and restaurant offering traditional pub fare, including classic stews, sandwiches, salads and…More burgers. The upstairs dining room area is available to rent for private events. The bar is accessible by T on the Green Line at Copley Square, Hynes Convention Center and Prudential, as well as on the Orange Line at Back Bay station.
The School of Fashion Design 136 Newbury St, Boston, MA02116 The School of Fashion Design offers full and part time study. It is conveniently located near the Green Line at Copley,…More Orange Line at Back Bay Station and the commuter rail at Back Bay Station. The School of Fashion Design teaches all levels, so beginners are welcome.
Storyville 90 Exeter St, Boston, MA02116 Storyville is a restaurant and bar with a lounge atmosphere offering an extensive cocktail menu and table service, along…More with shrimp, crab, lobster, pot pie and other dining options. It is accessible by the T on the orange line at Back Bay Station and the 39, 55 and 9 buses. It is available for private events.
HUGO BOSS 100 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA02116 This Hugo Boss clothing store for men carries the BOSS line exclusively, which includes the contemporary BOSS…More Black, the modern yet classic BOSS Selection, urban and relaxed BOSS Orange and sporty BOSS Green. Sales associates are well versed in each collection and are able to help customers find the perfect outfits.
Whether its a corporate meeting, trade show, or city-wide event the Hynes Convention Center contains 360,000 square…More feet toaccommodate your event. With flexible exhibit halls and auditorium space, 41 meeting rooms, a large ballroom and wireless Internet throughout, it's used annually for the Anime Boston convention, Harvard Model Congress, Harvard Model United Nations, First Night celebrations, CollegeFest and Berklee College of Music's high school jazz festival and competition.
Attached to the Prudential Center and Copley Place Mall, the Hynes Convention Center is located in the heart of the Back Bay with indoor access to two of the city's major shopping centers. In addition to easy access to upscale shops and restaurants, pedestrian walkways also connect to many of Boston's upscale hotels, including Copley Square Hotel, Sheraton Boston, and Westin Copley Place.
The convention center is also accessible via the Hynes Convention Center T stop on the green line and the Back Bay T stop the orange line.
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.