Bay Village is one of Boston’s smallest neighborhoods. It borders Back Bay, the Theatre District and the South End. This residential neighborhood has several restaurants and is centrally located for commuting around the city. The brick townhouses are smaller versions of the Victorian brownstones on Beacon Hill because the craftsmen who built Beacon Hill buildings settled in the Bay Village area. Art Deco warehouses and studios are still standing as remnants of the neighborhood’s early 1900s film industry. The charm of the small, winding streets and brick sidewalks are appealing to residents who have access to surrounding neighborhoods’ shops, restaurants, theatres, and public parks.
Our Favorite Spots and Things To Do:
- Dine at Grill 23 & Bar for a sophisticated dinner and nice bottle of wine.
- Off the beaten path is an Italian restaurant called Erbaluce which is a must try!
- Grab a cocktail at Nahita- Bay Village's newest upscale cocktail restaurant
- Don't be afraid of the line at Mike & Patty's, their breakfast sandwich is worth the wait!