Boston Marathon weekend in the city is filled with energy and pride! There’s a lot happening all around town and this guide is filled with suggestions on where to eat and drink, street closings and acts of kindness opportunities in the neighborhood! This guide will be updated daily – so make sure to check back!
Whether your running the 126th Boston Marathon or just cheering on the runners, you can carbo load your way around the neighborhood! Here are our picks!
Patriots Day Brunch/Lunch
Celebrate Patriot’s Day with brunch at Loco on Monday, April 15th! Look for special additions to their menu!
On Marathon Monday head to STATS for a Boston Marathon After Party with DJ Artie V and the Bruins Playoff game on the TV!
Lincoln will be serving up brunch on Monday! Reservation are recommended.
Hunter’s will be open for lunch starting at 11am. DJ from 2-5 and live music from 8-11.
Seapoint will open for lunch at 12pm!
The Broadway will be open for lunch
Roza Lyons too!
Be on the lookout for 20 foot daffodils in the Seaport
A garden of modern art will soon sprout in Seaport next month. In a celebratory nod to the Boston Marathon, artist Daniele Frazier will create twenty larger than life daffodils. The installation’s 20-foot daffodils are a colorful array of orange, yellow and green, and made of rip-stop nylon. The hollow-volume forms will spin according to the wind’s direction and will be found in Seaport Common.
Cookies for a Cause
Top Shelf Cookies is supporting the community charity runners from Dorchester Running Club! They will donate 26.2% of sales of stacks of Left On Boylston, Finish Line and even their Blue & Yellow 26.2 Cookies shirt. Both online and in store! Stop by and show your support too!
One Boston Day – April 15th
Let’s honor and reflect on all that is strong and resilient about the City of Boston! You’re also encouraged to perform an act of kindness! Why not do a good deed by performing a simple act of kindness in the neighborhood! Here are some suggestions!
Wondering about traffic, where to park and what streets will be closed? The City of Boston has some handy information you can read here!