Jobi Liquors 170 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Jobi Liquors offers a sizable collection of liquors, classic domestic beers and popular imports. There is a "Fine Wine…More Room" in the back of the store containing domestic and European wines for various budgets.
Nino's Pizza 79 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 Nino's Pizza is the perfect stop in Beacon Hill for those craving a simple, hearty pizza or sub on a budget. The…More interior is that of a classic neighborhood pizza place: unpretentious, friendly and covered in images of Italian landmarks. Nino's offers delivery through DiningIn.
Bridge Antiques 99 Charles St, Boston, MA02114 Bridge Antiques in Beacon Hill is the perfect source for Old World antiques. The shop's warmly lit showroom features…More cabinets filled with jewelry, elaborate sofas, armchairs and tables, and paintings in intricate gilt frames. Although the mainly French and Italian antique pieces appear extravagant, Bridge Antiques strives to cater to most budgets, and their pieces range from pricey to fairly affordable.
Antiques at 80 Charles 80 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 Antiques at 80 Charles has something for many tastes and a range of budgets, but its specialty is sterling silver.…More Inside, a customer can find silverware, dishes, mirrors, candlesticks, flatware, and other home decor and accessories made from the material. The antique shop also offers jewelry repair and informal verbal appraisals.
Compass Planning Associates 3 Center Plaza, Boston, MA02108 Compass Planning Associates is a fee-only investment and financial planning company located in Boston. Some of the…More company's services include investment planning with strategic tax management, comprehensive financial plans and debt, budget and cash management. For more information, please call the number provided.
good 88 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 Owner Paul Niski travels the world to handpick just the right items for this cozy Beacon Hill shop. Glass cases display…More vintage and custom jewelry while the center table holds unusual decor and housewares, such as antique cups and pocket knives. You'll find accessories for every budget, from $600 handbags from Israel to $20 Tyvek totes. And be sure to mark Good's biannual sales on your calendar for January and August, as many of the items are offered at a 50 percent discount.
The Boston Bar Association is a volunteer organization of approximately 9,500 legal professionals who collaborate to…More provide services to the government and the public. In the past, it has made public policy suggestions on subjects such as preventing wrongful convictions, the consequences of judiciary budget cuts, under-representation of minorities in jury pools and institutional discrimination against gays and lesbians. The Association also issues a quarterly periodical and offers a lawyer referral service to the public. It is located in the historic Chester Harding House, built in the Federal style in 1808.
The Boston Antiques Company has something for anyone who is searching for a one-of-a-kind antique or estate piece.…More The shop carries porcelain, china, jewelry, furniture, silver, textiles, photos, paintings, home decor, and objets d'art. Most pieces come from local estate sales and prices range to meet most budgets. One particular object that has become a specialty of The Boston Antiques Company is antique and vintage corkscrews.
Simmons Liquors 210 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Simmons Liquors offers a wide selection of wine, organized within the store by geographic region. Italian pinot grigios,…More dry French reds and Argentinian malbecs are only a few of the international offerings this liquor store carries. For those on a budget, there is a section of discounted wines. In addition to a large wine selection, Simmons Liquors offers popular domestic and imported beers, and has a selection of liquors. Wine tastings are available on occasion, and local free delivery is available.
The Red Wagon 69 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 The Red Wagon is a children's boutique. It offers an array of merchandise, including apparel, shoes, toys and books, for…More children of all ages. The store offers a customized "welcome wagon" that can be created to fit any budget. Clothing brands include Catimini, Wes & Willy, Joule, Kit & Lili and Tea. Featured toy brands include Melissa & Doug, Kid Galaxy, Manhattan Baby and Crocodile Creek. Red Wagon also hosts a story time and various in-store events.
Government Relations Group 10 Tremont St, Boston, MA02108 Government Relations Group provides lobbying and legislative advocacy services to clients. In the past, it has provided…More such services to private businesses as well as nonprofit organizations, educational institutions and hospitals. Its advocacy services range from legislative drafting to grassroots support campaigns, and the firm also provides consulting services ranging from research to legislative forecasting. Its success stories have included the procurement of budget allocations towards advocated projects and the procurement of government contracts to clients.
City Convenience 23 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 This branch of the City Convenience chain is relatively large, offering the standard convenience store fare, including…More chips, crackers, cookies, candy, magazines and a wall fridge full of soft drinks. In addition, this branch offers a large wine and beer selection and even sells 12-packs of popular brews, as well as kegs of Heineken. Wines are mostly domestic and affordable for those on a budget. The fridge also features prepared sandwiches and sushi. There is also a cappuccino machine and a microwave within the store.
Environmental League of Massachusetts 14 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 The Environmental League of Massachusetts has been lobbying law makers to pass environmentally-friendly legislation…More since 1898 -- and it's been on Beacon Hill that entire time. The League has had a hand in creating the state's first forest and park systems. Currently its biggest initiative is the Global Warming Solutions Project. The League operates with a yearly budget of $650,000 and most of this money is raised through donations from individuals and foundations and fundraising events like Earth Night. The full-time staff of five is always in the market for volunteers to help out with general office work.
Massachusetts General Hospital, or Mass General, was founded in 1811, making it the third oldest hospital in the…More country and the oldest and largest in New England. It is a teaching hospital and the vast majority of staff physicians are faculty members at Harvard Medical School.
Mass General has an annual research budget of $550 million. U.S News and World Report ranks Mass General as the third best hospital in the country, behind Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. Mass General is also recognized in the top five hospitals for more than a dozen specialties, including ear, nose and throat; psychiatry; geriatrics; heart and heart surgery; neurology and neurosurgery; orthopedics; pulmonology; diabetes and endocrinology; gastroenterology; gynecology; kidney disorders; opthalmology and rehabilitation.