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Do you guys remember how I went to Boston this summer for a day and a half?  Well, I loved it! I would recommend going in nice weather, walking around lots and trying one of the MANY seafood restaurants. Everywhere I went to was highly recommended by my followers, and even though I didn’t get to hit up everywhere, I made sure to include them on this list!

Here is my quick and easy Weekend Guide to Boston! Enjoy!! 🙂


Liberty Hotel

Located in Beacon Hill and is so close to everything! This place used to be a jail which was restored to a stunning boutique hotel, how cool?! Stayed here and loved it!


  1. Legal Seafood Harborside Rooftop – Oysters and Aperol Spritz. Need I say more?!
  2. Island Creek Oyster Bar – Truly a “farm to table” – or in this case, “water to table” experience. The seafood was so fresh and delicious.
  3. Mike’s Pastry – Everyone said it’s a MUST for cannolis but they’re not my thing so I didn’t go. Still – SO many people said to try it so decided to include for all the cannoli lovers out there.
  4. Flour Bakery – Everything from sweets to savory, gluten-free and vegan options! YUMMMM.
  5. Tatte Bakery – OBSESSED WITH THIS PLACE! It’s located in the sweetest little Italian area. Such a warm and cozy vibe and so stunning inside. The pastries and brunch are amazing so this is definitely a must-try.
  6. Row 34 – Oysters and beer! Boston is all about the seafood and I’m into it.
  7. Pressed Juicery Freeze – Vegan Frozen Yogurt from here is so yummy and made from clean ingredients. I always get the vanilla and chocolate twist and it is unreal! Not all locations have the “freeze” so just make sure you go to the right one!
  8. Lolita Mexican – The menu looked epic! Unfortunately, I didn’t get to check this spot out but I definitely will be next time I’m in Boston.
  9. Neptune Oyster – This was the #1 recommendation from you! 


  1. SoulCycle – Obviously one of the best spin classes you can do!
  2. B/Spoke Indoor Cycling – Love a full body cycling class! They combine cardio, hand weights and core exercises into the spin class which makes it the perfect 45-min workout.
  3. Flywheel Sports – They have awesome “stadium-style” spin classes and off-the-bike full body workouts!
  4. SLT – Such an awesome pilates studio! It’s similar to Lagree in Toronto. They’ve got everything from beginner to hardcore classes on the reformer.


  1. Beacon Hill – so fun to walk, eat and shop around.
  2. Freedom Trail – if you love museums and historic sites, visit Freedom Trail! Pretty cool to learn about Boston’s history.
  3. Boston Harbour – walking by the water and just hanging out around here is so zen and such a good vibe.
  4. Bow Market – food, beer, drinks, art – everything!


AND SO MUCH MORE! Since I was there for a good time and not a long time, I didn’t get to do everything you guys suggested but now I have an excuse to go back! 

If you liked this quick guide, be sure to check out my Staycation in Toronto guide!

Have you been to Boston? What are your fave things to do?! Comment below!