LIKE A LOCAL
Uncover These Hidden Gems
Descend into a secret scene of up-and-coming musicians at the basement Signal Kitchen, so speakeasy that even many locals are still in the dark. Serving up family-style Mediterranean mezze with local ingredients, Honey Road is a collab between two celebrated local chefs.
Inside. Outside. Seaside.
Sunny Winter Pleasures
Whether with a vintage Bordeaux, French-passed coffee or a local bubbly, you’ll toast to a loved-by-locals scene at the oceanfront Grind + Grape. Browse the sun-drenched winter farmers market every Saturday for treats, eats and live music.
Off-the-beaten Path Boston
Often overlooked even by locals, Castle Island in South Boston is the perfect spot for walking, biking, or rollerblading along the shorefront. Cozy up to the beloved comfort food menu at Marliave, one of the oldest restaurants in the city dating back to 1885.
Beyond the Vineyards
The Quaint & Quirky of Woodinville
Sign up for a pre-dinner garden tour at Herbfarm and you’ll have a chance to meet the owner’s pot-bellied pigs, Basil and Borage – celebrated locals and self-professed foodies. Toast to a rock’n’roll themed wine tasting experience at Mark Ryan Winery, with walls decked with platinum records and guitars.