This meant starting with a tour of Fenway Park! I've been to my fair share of Red Sox games and sat in almost every section of the park, but I've never been on the tour and I knew it would be something different for us to do!
We learned about the history, sat in the most expensive seats in the park & even made our way to the press box! Of course we picked a peak weekend, but the tickets are usually $18 which is a great price for a little over an hour of touring! For as long as I've lived in Boston - I've never done this so it was nice to check this off the Boston Bucket list!
I think we can all agree that it wouldn't be a visit to Boston or for that matter a visit with me, if we didn't have at least one lobster roll. I selfishly wanted to taste out a new place and took them to Luke's Lobster. Over the last few months people have been raving about the food and for good reason - top 2 lobster roll's I've had in Boston! They have a small menu - which to me means they have perfected their menu items. Seating is limited in their Back Bay location, but it was so worth the trip! Gary and I already vowed to go back!
We walked everywhere - over 11.5 miles in one day and on one of the hottest days no less, but I was able to highlight all the beautiful spots!
Getting a reservation on a Saturday night in the Seaport is tough...especially when you try to get one the night before, so we opted for an oldie, but goodie - Rosa Mexicano. Some of the best fish tacos & Mexican street corn I've ever had!
After dinner we headed over to Committee to meet up with friends, which turned into making our way to Legal Harborside, where we went a little overboard with boomerang and making fun videos!
Masa in the South End - it's somewhere I've been a few times, but not in over 3 years and it was amazing!! My favorite compliment of the weekend was that I didn't steer anyone wrong with my restaurant choices - I might start a food tour here! There's not doubt that Rachel & Mike left the city completely satiated!