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.
Krulewich & Associates 50 Staniford St, Boston, MA02114 Krulewich & Associates is a law firm based in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood. The firm specializes in collection…More law and creditors' rights. Call for more information or to schedule an appointment.
The Congregational Library is much more than just a library -- it's a museum dedicated to the religious history of…More Massachusetts. The Congregational Library was founded in the nineteenth century to collect the writings and information of the pilgrims and puritans.
Among the Library's vast collection are thousands of historical church records, sermons, pictures and Bibles, a seventeenth-century desk used by the pilgrims in England and a piece of the original Plymouth Rock.
Many visitors come to the library to search the huge collection of church-record obituaries in hopes of uncovering some information about their early American ancestors.
Visitors are welcome to conduct their research and peruse materials in the elegant and stately reading room. While visitors do not have access to the three cavernous floors of stacks, librarians on staff will happily retrieve any requested materials for them.
The Library has free WiFi and one computer terminal for searching the database as well as a traditional card catalog.
The Library is located on the second floor of the Congregational Library Building at 14 Beacon Street.
Bacco's Wine + Cheese carries a collection of hand-selected, international wines and cheese. The bright, airy space…More features floor-to-ceiling windows and champagne-colored walls.
In addition to hand-picking each wine, owner Bob Bacco offers a continually revolving menu of cheeses, preserved meats, gourmet sandwiches and freshly prepared tapas-style dishes. The store also carries a modest collection of mircobrewed beers. Prepared dishes are made daily and are available in limited supply.
A knowledgeable staff is available to consult with customers on complementary pairings and hosting ideas. The shop's tasting schedule is available on its website.
State Net 130 Bowdoin St, Boston, MA02108 State Net provides comprehensive legislative and regulatory information. State Net collects and reports every bill from…More every state's legislator, the District of Columbia and the United States Congress. The company has an office in Beacon Hill.
Gannett & Associates 165 Friend St, Boston, MA02114 Richard W Gannett is a licensed attorney in the state of Massachusetts. The firm specializes in debt law, fraudulent…More transfers, divorce collections, insurance defense, commercial general liability, employment law and defense.
ToolsGroup 10 Tremont St, Boston, MA02108 This small field office of a UK-based company writes contracts, collects invoices and filters contracts for large…More companies seeking business software. Located on the top floor of an old Beacon Hill office building, ToolsGroup requires visitors to take the elevator to the 12th floor, then walk a flight of stairs up to the 13th, so it is not handicapped-accessible.
United States Post Office, State House 27 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 This post office, located in the basement of the Massachusetts State House, is best accessed through the Ashburton Park…More entrance on Bowdoin Street. While open to the public, everyone entering the building must pass through a security checkpoint. This full-service branch offers a separate room of post office boxes. Please note that the last collection is at 5pm.
Godiva Chocolatiers Faneuil Hll Mkt Pl., Boston, MA02108 This Godiva Chocolatiers store is located in the South Market building of Boston's historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace.…More Upon walking in, a customer is greeted by a large display of the kind of high-quality sweets the Godiva brand is known for: truffles flavored with lemon sorbet, oranges and creme, coconut, key lime, cappuccino, white and dark chocolate dipped strawberries, macaroons and, of course, boxed chocolate collections. This location also sells luxury snacks, such as portable paper cones filled with chocolate-dipped Oreo cookies. Free samples of truffles are often offered to customers.
Blackstone's of Beacon Hill 46 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 Founded in 1982, Blackstone's provides a wide range of specialty gifts: books, home accents, collectibles, clothing,…More decorative cocktail napkins and greeting cards. There are many Boston-themed and Red Sox-themed gifts available, including books about Beacon Hill and clothing printed with "Entering Fenway" signs. The store also offers an extensive selection of Vera Bradley bags and totes, and sells intricate Christmas decorations year-round.
The Club of Odd Volumes is a private social club and library housed in a federal-style row home on Mount Vernon…More Street.
While membership is private, the club has a reputation for great dining and is a popular spot for wedding receptions.
During the fall and winter the club hosts lunch on Saturdays, which is open to the public. Stop by to taste chef Gerald Pearce's culinary creations and dine among a collection of books, art and 19th-century furniture.
Cibeline 120 Charles St, Boston, MA02114 Cibeline boutique's inventory of women's clothing is largely comprised of pieces designed and produced by Cibeline…More Sariano, the store's owner. Cibeline specializes in creating classic, ready-to-wear pieces for the modern woman, and the shop's tailoring services are dedicated to altering these pieces to fit every body type. The collection Cibeline produces is very limited in volume; only a few garments in each size are produced to give each woman the ability to wear a one-of-a-kind piece. The designer is also available for in-store or in-home consultations for clients regarding fashion and fit.
National Society of The Colonial Dames of Massachusetts 55 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 This state branch of the national organization owns and manages the historic William Hickling Prescott…More House. Built in 1808, the house contains remarkable collection of antique furniture, decorative arts and costumes. Tours of this museum are offered May through October for a fee of $5. With a prime location overlooking Boston Common, the second floor of this National Historic Landmark is available for private functions such as weddings and receptions.
The West End library is a bustling, light-filled branch of the Boston Public Library. While its on-site collection of…More about 50,000 books makes it one of the smaller locations, it is the third busiest branch in the 27-branch system. But patrons also have access to materials in all Boston Public Library branches, including the 7 million titles stocked at the Central Library in Copley Square. Log online to have the book you're looking for sent to the West End branch or ask a librarian.
The library has 10 public computers, an impressive DVD collection, free WiFi and a private meeting room. Preschool story time is hosted every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and toddler story time is hosted every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
The West End Branch of the Boston Public Library was established in 1894 and moved into its current building on Cambridge Street in 1968.
Eugene Galleries, Inc. 76 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 Eugene Galleries has been a resource for antiques collectors for over 30 years. Located on historic Charles…More Street, this small shop is overflowing with treasures including a wide selection of antique maps, steel and copperplate engravings, etchings, books, antique frames and other collectibles. Proud gallery owner Barbara Fischer is well-known in the Beacon Hill community. Now, her two daughters, Iris and Christina are helping extend the store's legacy online via a website featuring additional antique offerings.
Devonia Antiques is nationally known for its extensive collection of Gilded Age china, porcelain and crystal. The…More shop's owner, Lori Hedtler, is an expert antique dealer who specializes in turn-of-the-century dinner services. Producers represented include Minton, Baccarat, Steuben and Royal Worcester. The Beacon Hill showroom has been open since 1995.
The Boston office of the United States Census Bureau is responsible for collecting and processing 2010 census data.…More This office crunches the numbers for all six New England states, part of upstate New York, and Puerto Rico. Information gathered in the decennial census is used to determine state representation in the US House of Representatives and to allocate funding for public projects. The office is located on the 7th floor of the One Beacon Street office building.
American Meteorological Society 45 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 The American Meteorological Society was founded in 1919 for the purpose of collecting and disseminating research about…More meteorological and atmospheric sciences. It has approximately 14,000 members and 9 published journals. It also holds exhibits, hosts conferences, and supports recruitment into the field of meteorology by providing educational resources at all levels of the career path: from the K-12 level to the job search stage. The AMS provides certificate programs for meteorology and hosts policy discussions on climate change and other climate-related public policy issues. Its headquarters are in the historic home of Boston's third mayor, Harrison Gray Otis, which was built in 1806 and renovated for its current purpose in 1958.
Historic New England 141 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Founded in 1910, Historic New England is on an ongoing mission to preserve and exhibit articles of New England cultural…More heritage, spanning from the 17th century to today. The organization manages 36 historical sites across the region, each with its own roster of public programs. The group also maintains a collection of historically relevant artifacts and an archive of documents and photographs, publishes several journals, and hosts youth programs aimed at promoting an awareness of and an interest in New England history. Its administrative headquarters are in one of its historical properties, the first Harrison Gray Otis House.