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SEAPORT DISTRICT

Warehouses, shipping piers and railroad tracks create an environment of industrial authenticity for the luxury lofts taking shape in the Seaport District. Also known as the South Boston Waterfront, this area is in the throes of an exciting renaissance. Home to The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston Children’s Museum, HarborWalk and South Station Transportation Center, the Seaport District is just east of the Fort Point Channel and is the epicenter of Boston’s convention and exhibition activity.

SEAPORT DISTRICT SITES OF INTEREST

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center | 415 Summer Street, Phone 617-954-2000


The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority owns and operates the spectacular new Boston Convention & Exhibition Center—the largest convention center in New England—which celebrated its grand opening in June 2004. The stunningly designed contemporary facility features 516,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, 160,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, a 40,020 square-foot, column-free Grand Ballroom and more than 300,000 square feet of registration and function space.

Institute of Contemporary Art | 100 Northern Avenue, Phone 617-478-3100 


The Institute of Contemporary Art strives to share the pleasures of reflection, inspiration, provocation and imagination that contemporary art offers through public access to art, artists and the creative process. Founded in 1936 as The Boston Museum of Modern Art, the museum continues to champion innovative approaches to art.

Boston Children’s Museum | 308 Congress Street, 617-426-6500


Founded in 1913 by a group of teachers in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood, Boston Children's Museum began a "hands-on" tradition long before that phrase became commonplace. As early as 1913, it engaged youth in identifying and marking nature walks, preparing specimens, making clay and wax models for exhibits, and even attempting a working model of the metropolitan water system.

Boston Harborwalk


The Boston Harbor Association hosts free Harborwalk tours that are open to the public with advance reservations. Please check Boston Harborwalk for the upcoming schedule of tours.


SEAPORT DISTRICT RESTAURANTS

Two of the Seaport District’s most delightful options for wining and dining—TAMO restaurant & bar and the Seaport Café—are right here in the Seaport Hotel Boston. Get the delicious details. Here are some other spots in the district to enjoy if you feel like stepping out.

Atlantic Beer Garden

Casual sports bar with lots of TVs, beer on tap and pub food. A roof top deck on the water’s edge.
146 Seaport Boulevard
617-423-7756


Barking Crab
Seafood in the rough; picnic tables; often live music in evenings.
Fort Point Landing

88 Sleeper Street
617-426-2722

Barlow’s

Neighborhood restaurant bar with extensive draft beer selections.
241 A Street
617-338-2142

Del Frisco’s

Pinnacle of steakhouse dining at the water’s edge. Outdoor deck. Wine list with 1500 labels.

250 Northern Avenue,
Suite 200
617-951-1368


Jerry Remy’s

Large sports bar with outdoor seating on water’s edge. Large bar, large number of TV’s including one full wall set of screens.
250 Northern Avenue

617-856-7369


J. Pace & Son

Italian Deli

One Park Lane
857-966-4640


Legal Seafoods Harborside

Liberty Wharf-3 floors

1st Floor: casual seafood with raw bar, high energy at the water’s edge.

2nd Floor: Exquisite fine dining specializing in seafood

3rd Floor: Rooftop nightclub with large outdoor fireplace and retractable roof.

270 Northern Avenue
617-477-2900


LTK Bar and Kitchen

Acasual concept from Legal Seafoods with lots of popular selections.

225 Northern Avenue
617-330-7430


Lucky’s Lounge

Frank Sinatra impersonator on Sunday nights.
355 Congress Street

617-357-5825


M.C. Spiedo Ristorante & Bar
Chefs Clark Frasier & Mark Gaier incorporate old world Italian flavors with their focus on farm-fresh ingredients & contemporary cooking techniques
606 Congress Street (Renaissance Waterfront Hotel)
617-476-5606

Menton

High-end French/Italian; Chef’s tasting menu
304 Congress Street
617-737-0099

MJ O’Connor’s (Westin Hotel)

Irish pub with traditional Irish pub fare.

425 Summer Street

617-443-0800


Morton’s Steakhouse

Waterfront location of nationally known steakhouse with high quality steaks, generous portions and just across the street from the hotel entrance.
2 Seaport Lane
617-526-0410


No Name Restaurant

A long time
Boston tradition located in the Fish Pier with savory fish chowder as a specialty. Fried and grilled seafood.
15 Fish Pier

617-338-7539


Papagayo
Casual Mexican cuisine in a fun and upbeat environment.

283 Summer Street

617-423-1000


Salvatore’s

Casual southern Italian cuisine in a modern trattoria.
225 Northern Ave
617-737-5454

Sam’s

Sam's is located on the second floor of the new Louis Boston. Just minutes from downtown Boston on Fan Pier overlooking the Boston Harbor.
60 Northern Ave, at Courthouse

617-295-0191


Sauciety (Westin Hotel)

425 Summer Street

617-532-4670


Sebastian's

Made-to-order salads and sandwiches

157 Seaport Boulevard
617-563-8358


Sportello

One of celebrity chef Barbara Lynch’s creations. Almost entirely counter seating providing trattoria cuisine.
348 Congress Street

617-737-1234


Strega

Italian restaurant influenced by Tony Soprano. Good food, fun place.
One Marina Park Drive

617-345-3992


Temazcal Tequila Cantina

Yucatan
cuisine-high end southwestern inspired cuisine on the water’s edge. 

250 Northern Avenue

617-439-3502


Water Café (at the
ICA)
100 Northern Ave

617-478-3290


Whiskey Priest

Irish pub located on 
Boston’s waterfront with long bar and rooftop deck serving pub fare.
150 Northern Ave

617-426-8111



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