Trader Joe's 899 Boylston St, Boston, MA02115 Trader Joe's is a nationwide chain of organic and healthy food and grocery stores that offers a wide range of items,…More including fruits, vegetables, pastas, vegetarian and vegan options. It also offers flavored coffee, Kosher items, milk, butter, breads, cheeses, meats and chips. No alcohol is sold at this location.
Goose Valley Wild Rice 399 Boylston St, Boston, MA02116 This is the corporate office of Goose Valley Wild Rice, which does not have an official store where its products are…More sold. Rather, you can find all Goose Valley Wild Rice products at Roche Bros., Stop & Shop and Big Y. Additionally, you can buy from its website and on Amazon.com.
Centremark Properties 222 Berkeley St, Boston, MA02116 425 Boylston Street -- home to Loomis Group and Corporate Filing Solutions -- is one of a number of properties on and…More around Boylston Street managed by Centremark Properties, whose offices also occupy the ninth floor of the building. Centremark formerly owned the office building at 399 Boylston Street, but in 2005 sold it to Rockwood Capital and Abbey Road Advisors for $55.5 million. Metered parking is available on the street.
Bull and Finch Enterprises-Cheers 84 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 Cheers originally opened as the "Bull and Finch Pub" in 1969, but then a couple of screenwriters decided to use it as…More inspiration for the setting of their upcoming pilot TV show, Cheers. The show was sold to NBC and it became a massive hit, catapulting the "Bull and Finch Pub" to national, even international fame. Cheers did not get its name just from the TV show. It is also famous for its "award-winning burgers and bloody marys" as well as its "casual atmosphere."
Eyes Over Copley is an optometrists' office and a specialized optic store based in Boston. Services offered include…More eye examinations and fitting, prescribing and selling glasses, contact lenses and other types of eye-wear.
This location also offers the Optomap eye test for interested parties. You may visit Eyes Over Copley's website for more information about the practice, its services and the products sold at this location. Many health and vision plans are accepted, but a call is recommended to inquire about and verify providers.
Florsheim 800 Boylston St, Boston, MA02199 One of the oldest names in American footwear, Florsheim has sold men's shoes and accessories since 1892. Best…More known for their dress shoes, they also carry casual footwear, boots, and their specially-designed Comfortech and Imperial lines. The store, with its shiny sleek wingtips perfectly lining the displays, naturally effuses a sense of class and tradition, reflecting the company's dedication to high-quality craftsmanship, style, and comfort. This location is inside the Prudential Center.
Joseph Flowers 140 Clarendon St, Boston, MA02116 Joseph Flowers has been selling fragrant beauties since the early 1980s. On a nice day you can expect all of the shop's…More inventory to be put on display on the it's large front stoop. Joseph's is a small shop with seasonal flowers but the perfect place to make a quick stop on your way to an important date. It's outdoor setup might be the friendly reminder you needed to get those special occasion flowers. Roses are sold for $12 a dozen.
The Barbara Krakow Gallery focuses on modern, conceptual, contemporary art. This is art from the second half of the…More 20th century and beyond. It exhibits works by emerging and established artists, both national and international.
Recent shows have included works by Peter Downsbrough, Mel Bochner, Chuck Close, Jenny Holzer, Ellsworth Kelly, Kay Rosen, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Sophie Calle, James Siena and Kara Walker.
The gallery has an annual AIDS benefit each November and December where funds from all works of art sold for $350 or more are donated to charity.
Ben & Jerry's 174 Newbury St, Boston, MA02116 Ben & Jerry's had humble beginnings when it started out in a renovated gas station in 1978. The people of…More Burlington, Vermont, loved it so much that Ben & Jerry's eventually started shipping pints to be sold in "grocery stores and mom-and-pop stores." Soon after, the word got out and Ben & Jerry's opened its first out-of-state store in Portland, Maine. By 1983, pints of ice cream were being shipped to Boston. The Ben & Jerry's at 174 Newbury Street has an outdoor patio, and a whole wall of jelly beans. It offers 29 flavors of ice cream along with frozen yogurt and sorbet. The employees are friendly and they definitely keep up the good name of Ben & Jerry's.
Montblanc is a German company founded in 1906 dedicated to unparalleled craftsmanship of writing implements.…More The pens here are sold under warranty (each has a specific serial number) and, if damaged, can be brought to any Montblanc boutique to be sent away for appraisal and repair. Montblanc also produces fine leather products, watches and jewelry. All designs are original and any item can be personalized by engraving (though this affects the return policy). All diamonds (used in some pens, jewelry and watches) are certified conflict-free.
Second Time Around 322 Newbury St, Boston, MA02115 Second Time Around sells relatively upscale vintage clothing, shoes and accessories for women and men and offers all the…More advantages of buying used clothes—you can pay a lot less, prevent needless waste and conserve resources. It has locations across the east coast, which often—as is the case at 322 Newbury Street—occupy the trendiest shopping hot spots. This location—near Newbury Comics and the Boston Architectural College—is one of three Newbury Street locations. It's the newest, and is larger than the other two. Its wares are displayed in a long, garden-level studio with walls of exposed brick. Unlike many other such stores (Goodwill, Boomerangs), the clothing at Second Time Around is acquired not through the consigners' charitable instincts but through fiscal incentives. Anyone can create an account online and consign clothes through the mail. Forty percent of the profits are paid (in quarterly installments) whenever your former things are sold, but note that these items sell at Second Time Around for as low as 30 to 50 percent of their retail value. The shop prefers to sell high-end, "better name brand" clothing, in "like-new condition" and will refuse anything older than two years. In this way, customers can buy near retail-quality apparel in the current style for a fraction of the usual price.