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Happy 4th of July!

Posted by Susie Callahan on Sat, Jul 04, 2015

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Happy 4th of July! If you're staying in the city this year, here are a few places for food and libations that are open on the 4th:

  • Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro | Beacon Hill: "Serving brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with specials like watermelon salad, grilled chorizo with pepper relish, and crab cakes, as well as dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. with specials like barbecue braised pork shoulder. Regular menu available in addition to specials."
  • Bistro du Midi | Back Bay: "Offering a special "714" menu (seven options, one prix fixe, four courses) from July 1 through July 14, including July 4, in honor of both America's and France's Independence Days. (Bastille Day takes place on July 14 in France.) $49/person. Vegetarian options available upon request."
  • Frost Ice Loft | Downtown: "Boston's only bar made of ice will be open from noon to 10 p.m. on July 3 and 4, as well as noon to 8 p.m. on July 5, featuring new ice sculptures of "classic American heroes" like Captain America and Wonder Woman by sculptor Eric Fontecchio. Plus, there will be Independence Day-inspired cocktails."
  • Flat Top Johnny's | Kendall Square: "Celebrating 'murica with burgers, wings, beer, and pool all day."

For the full article from Boston Eater, click here

 

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4th of July Jack’s Abby Brewing Dinner

Posted by Susie Callahan on Fri, Jul 03, 2015

"Celebrate ‘Merica’s birthday in style with dinner and a show at Restaurant Dante starting at 7:30pm. Chef/owner Dante de Magistris and Jack’s Abby Brewing team up for this not-to-be-missed five-course spread, followed by Independence Day fireworks viewed from Dante’s riverside terrace. Tickets are $100, call 617.497.4200 for reservations."

 

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5 Places to Watch the 4th of July Fireworks

Posted by Susie Callahan on Thu, Jul 02, 2015

Check out Curbed Boston's list of the best places to watch the fireworks this 4th of July:

"This Saturday Boston looses its annual fireworks whiz-bangery along the Charles River and we've scoped out a dozen spots for you and yours to ooh and aww at the spectacle. The vast majority don't cost a dime, either. These include public parks such as Robbins Farm in Arlington and Prospect Hill in Somerville as well as the Harvard Bridge (a.k.a. the Mass. Ave. Bridge) and the Pru'sSkywalk Observatory. Feeling like dropping some money for the big holiday? We've got you covered there, too, with a couple of hotel roof decks as well as a canoe-on-the-Charles option. Go."

 

 

1. Charles River Canoe & Kayak

"Push off from both Boston and Cambridge locations in boats big and small, with guided tours available as well for larger groups. (The Boston location is at 1071 Soldiers Field Road.)"

2. XV Beacon

"The boutique hotel has an open roof deck"

3. Harvard Bridge 

"It will be right next to the barges launching the fireworks"

4. Bunker Hill Monument

"Go here and understand why the hill was fought over: It still offers fantastic views of the harbor"

5. Royal Sonesta Hotel

"The hote's Riverside Terrace hosts a barbecue buffet with views of the fireworks"

For the full article, click here

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4th of July Events in Boston! More than just Fireworks!

Posted by Katie Beth Clark on Tue, Jul 03, 2012

Tomorrow is Fourth of July so there is really no point in me picking some random event - I mean it's pretty obvious...GO SEE FIREWORKS!

But in case you're looking for a little more than just fireworks, I have made a list of links for you to click to see what's going on in Boston on Fourth of July for all of you who haven't mastered the google search. It's pretty much idiot proof if you know how to use a mouse. :)  If you get confused you should probably just stay at home anyway and watch tutorial videos...just kidding! But seriously.  365 things to do in boston 4th of july

Soooooooo that should keep you busy for now... you will most likely see me on the party cruise, in case you haven't already guessed that. 
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