We love sharing where our adventures take us. This summer we stopped for a quick mini-break in Boston, here is the Nexus run down on things to do, see, and eat in a few short days.
This charming city pairs historic romance with modern timeliness, it feels like walking back into time with all the modern conveniences of today. We found several food purveyors we loved as well as interesting design inspiration throughout the city.
We are happy to report the new Restoration Hardware is incredibly well done with four stories of impeccable design details. Housed in a historic 1860’s building the new RH occupies 40,000sqft of space yet manages to feel intimate & personal with Instagram worthy decor in every corner!
234 Berkeley Street
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is most famously remembered as the home of the largest art heist in American history; however, the decor and gardens are stunning and not to be missed. The perfect respite from a busy city the gardens are a magical nod to the past and modern all at the same time. An ideal place to enjoy an Indian summer or the start of Autumn.
In addition to the food being utterly fantastic, the dining experiences at our favorite Boston eateries were outstanding.
Best Oysters - Neptune’s North End
The food is as amazing as it looks on the website.
Best Party - Yvonne’s
A modern interpenetration of the supper club with a social dining experience that evokes the 20’s & 50’s, housed in former all men’s club. We really loved the artwork with a sartorial take on notable celebs and great craft cocktails perfect for our Nexus Nomads!
Best Escape - Mistral Bistro
Gracious, sophisticated, and seductive with decor reminiscent of Provence.
Best Park Ave Experience - Deuxave
Prestigious location, impeccable service, and incredible food make for an outstanding evening.
Best Friend - Ostra
Mediterranean fare with style and supplication is executed in an inviting and welcoming atmosphere. It's like visiting your impeccably chic friend who always gets it right!
If you have a notable Boston experience you want to share with our Nexus Nomad tribe, please leave them in the comments.
Happy Travels Nomads