Greene A.R. 34 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 Greene A.R. is located on Beacon Street in Beacon Hill. This company specializes in general contracting and building…More services. For further information, contact Greene A.R. by telephone.
Four Green Fields 1 Boston Pl, Boston, MA02108 Four Green Fields is an Irish pub and restaurant. Its menu combines Irish and American cuisine and offers a selection of…More draught beers. The establishment features live Irish rock and traditional music performances, as well as readings from national, local and international authors. Customers can enjoy Bruinx, Red Sox and Celtics games on a 220-inch HD screen. Online ordering and catering services are available.
Savitz Law Offices 6 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 The Savitz Law Offices is a law firm specializing in immigration and nationality issues. The team works with commercial…More businesses and individuals regarding citizenship, green cards, temporary visas and more. For more information or to schedule a consultation, call the number listed or visit the website.
Green Dragon Tavern 11 Marshall St, Boston, MA02108 Located near Faneuil Hall, this historic American tavern offers a Revolution-themed menu that includes Redcoat Wings,…More the Patriots Platter and a variety of burgers named after well-known figures from American history. On weekend evenings, the tavern features Top-40 cover bands.
Law Offices of Joshua L Goldstein 101 Tremont St Ste 615, Boston, MA02108 The attorneys at the Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein specialize in immigration law and services, including…More immigration bonds, green card renewal, citizenship and naturalization.
New Generation Energy 50 Staniford St, Boston, MA02114 New Generation Energy is a nonprofit organization that helps fund energy startups. The company also helps contractors…More with green building concerns. Call the number provided for more information.
This Starbucks location's exterior design is understated and styled in accordance with the surrounding shops on…More Charles Street: the simple gold and dark green lettering give it the feel of a small, locally-run shop.
The interior is small and cozy, and customers can order one of Starbucks' specialty coffees or teas, a pastry or muffin, and sit at by the window, relax and people-watch.
Customers beware, though: There are no public restrooms at this location.
Tedeschi Food Shops 122 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Conveniently located near Suffolk University and Boston's financial district, this store is a resource for residents,…More students, professionals, and passersby. Typical convenience store items are available, including newspapers, magazines, frozen and packaged foods, sandwiches and sodas. Also inside is a payphone and a Blockbuster Express kiosk. Green Mountain Coffee is brewed fresh on site, and locals are often seen trying their luck at the lottery while chatting with the friendly staff.
Kinsale Pub and Restaurant Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA02108 With its tasteful green decor and Celtic wall murals, there's no mistaking the Irish roots of this…More establishment. Enjoy the fresh air on Kinsale's enormous, three-section patio; mingle with the crowd in the bar; or opt for a quite meal in the dining room. Reservations are recommended for groups of six or more, and the back dining room and cozy "snug" area are available for private functions.
Pierrot Bistrot 272 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 The owner and chef of Pierrot Bistrot, Pierre Sosnitsky, finds inspiration for the menu of his restaurant from the…More French cuisine of his childhood. The restaurant serves appetizers, lunch and dinner, with entrees including foie gras, fresh greens with chevre cheese, quiche, steak tartare, duck confit, Boeuf Bourguignon, rabbit with rosemary and plums and other traditional French dishes. The wine list features domestic and French wines, available by the bottle, glass or carafe.
XV Beacon, a luxury hotel located a short walk from the Government Center "T" stop, Beacon Hill and the Boston Common…More and Public Garden, is ideal for tourism or business travel. Its rooms are furnished with gas fireplaces, surround sound stereo, free wireless internet access and flat-screen TVs. The hotel also has a commitment to "green" policies such as recycling paper and plastic along with using eco-friendly cleaning products. The decor is modern, understated and elegant; for instance, the dim lighting of the lobby provides a relaxing atmosphere that contrasts the bustle of the city.
The Unification Church of Boston is housed inside a stately town home on Beacon Street. Through a wrought-iron door…More and up a grand staircase guests will enter an ornately-designed meeting room lit with large chandeliers. Across the hall a room with more chandeliers and opulent mint green crown moulding serves as a Sunday school for the church's younger members. The Unification Church has been in the building for about 10 years.
Apartments are housed upstairs but downstairs the church has a community room and kitchen.
Services are held every Sunday at 10am and last for about 2 hours.
Founded in 1634, the Boston Common bears the distinction of being the oldest park in America -- making it a longtime…More and excellent neighbor to Beacon Hill. The jumping off point for the Freedom Trail, the Common is host to everything from full-scale Shakespeare productions to Ultimate Frisbee and impromptu snowball fights. Its a fixture of life in Boston and Beacon Hill residents benefit from their close proximity to the nearly 50 acres of green space. While the Common has a rich history filled with revolution, political protest and a whole lot of cattle grazing (up until 1830), most of today's Beacon Hill residents enjoy the Common as a great place to take a blanket and relax in the sun or else grab some ice skates for a spin around Frog Pond in the winter.
City parks officials recently announced plans to remake the "Pink Palace" -- a now-defunct men's restroom near the Common tennis courts -- into a high-end restaurant. This park really has seen everything.
The Common is bordered by Beacon Hill to its north and the Boston Public Garden to its west, which was created 200 years after the founding of the Common. Together with the Public Garden, the Common makes up nearly 75 acres of green space in the heart of downtown Boston.