The Church of St. John The Evangelist 35 Bowdoin St, Boston, MA02114 St. John's is a Welcoming Episcopal church on Beacon Hill with a beautiful sanctuary enveloped in a castle-like…More exterior. The church was built 1831 by Congregationalist Christians. From 1863-1883, it was occupied by the Church of the Advent. In 1883, the building became the Mission Church of St. John the Evangelist under the auspices of the Society of St. John the Evangelist, (SSJE), a monastic order. In 1985, almost a century after the brothers established the mission church here, St. John’s became a Parish Church in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts.
The church is socially progressive and liturgically traditional. St. John's is an inclusive worshipping community that hosts programs reaching out to the homeless and GLBT communities. The Holy Eucharist is celebrated at 10:30 every Sunday morning. On Saturdays and Sundays the church hosts a soup kitchen run by Saturday/Sunday's Bread.
The Harp 85 Causeway St, Boston, MA02114 The Harp is a perfect destination for Boston sports fans who want to be close to the action while watching the game one…More of several flat screen TVs. Featuring two floors, three bars, live entertainment, dancing and DJs Thursday-Saturday nights, it also offers a high-energy singles scene. Cover charge varies.
Felcaro Pizzeria 280 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Felcaro Pizzeria was established 10 years ago, and is famous for its fresh pizza. But the highlight of the restaurant is…More its hours of operation on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: it is the only place in the area open until 3am. As a result, the eatery gets packed on those days and people have to wait in line to have their favorite pizza.
Amici Ristorante 111 N Washington St, Boston, MA02114 Amici is a family-owned establishment that serves Italian entrees and specializes in seafood, pasta, veal and chicken.…More Dishes with scallops, shrimp, clams, lobster, calamari and mussels are available, as well as veal medallions and chicken breast cooked using traditional recipes. The restaurant only serves dinner on Friday and Saturday nights, or when there is an event at the TD Garden, and reservations for dinner and private events can be made online.
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.