This is essentially a Food Court with diverse offerings for every taste. There are some tourist/ souvenir type carts on the outside, and there are very popular, clean public toilets. We had breakfast here every day. The seafood looked delicious, but for Uk tourists it is quite pricey.
The shopping is eclectic here, with a mix of high end designer stores, but enough mainstream brands to make it affordable. Nice clean centre, walking distant from the main Boston city centre, and plenty of pubs and restaurants along the same street.
My wife, daughter, two friends and I visited the Copley Place Mall in November 2021. It was a nice mall to walk through. We arrived at Boston Back Bay Station and you can enter the mall across the street. You can walk through the mall and then cross over a footbridge to the Prudential Center Mall.
Even though the vendor offerings were smaller than expected, I was attractive to what was available. Local farmers, bakers and tasty treats await you. You can fill your shopping cart with weekly fresh produce and breads knowing you are helping the local community.
This major artist community was a great find while exploring Boston. Home to artist studios and galleries, give it a try. Check out their website for up to the minute events. If you are in town for their First Friday's activity, the next one is scheduled for August 5th, 2022. Doors open to the public for this activity from 5-9 pm.
I live in Paris and took the opportunity of being in Boston for a short vacation To visit Paul at his studio last friday because I Simply love his paintings.What a talented artist. Thank you Paul for your warm welcome.Next time I am in Boston I Will definately go and visit Paul again. Jennifer
I know the gallery from their excellent website but visiting and seeing their large collection is a treat. The district and building with so many galleries is a must when you are an art lover and visiting Boston. Nice staff.