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Beacon Hill Cleaners
151 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114
This small business sends all items out for dry cleaning and can handle everything from standard shirts and pants toMore your best leather goods to the pillows on your bed. Tailoring is done on-site and, depending on the job, items are typically ready for pick-up within a few days.
Rouvalis Flowers & Gardens
40 W Cedar St, Boston, MA 02108
While its best-seller is the orchid, Rouvalis Flowers carries everything from roses to garden baskets toMore seasonal plantings for the window box. Its staff is happy to assist with large orders for weddings and other events, as well as custom arrangements. Delivery is available within Route 128 and it is free within Beacon Hill.
Orsino Consulting
130 Bowdoin St Apt 1801, Boston, MA 02108
This branch of Orsino Consulting is located close to the Government Center Station and other important sites in BeaconMore Hill. The company was created in 2004 to offer Web development and software solutions to customers. Its team consists of graphic designers, software engineers and programmers who are trained to provide the best service for clients. 
Anna's Taqueria
242 Cambridge St, Boston, MA 02114
Anna's Taqueria has a cult following in the Boston area, with its most loyal clientele considering it the best MexicanMore food in Boston. This locally owned and operated chain of six Mexican restaurants offers burritos, tacos, quesadillas and Mexican plates with a choice of filling including carnitas, chile verde and al pastor. The Beacon Hill Anna's Taqueria features four tables and also has a breakfast menu. All Anna's Taqueria locations are cash-only.
Suffolk University
8 Ashburton Pl, Boston, MA 02108
Suffolk University is fully integrated into the city of Boston with its campus buildings nearly indistinguishable fromMore the government offices and Beacon Hill businesses that surround it, and college students with backpacks blend in with government workers and tourists. While best known for its law school established in 1906 as a night school for immigrants, the university also has an undergraduate program in arts and sciences and a professional business school, both added in the 1930s. Today, the university offers a multitude of academic programs and degrees and occupies 16 buildings in downtown Boston. Suffolk has 13 Varsity teams and plays NCAA Division III sports.