What’s New at the Pru: 4 Fall Attractions at the Prudential Center You Won’t Want to Miss
The Shops at the Prudential Center always has lots to offer when it comes to shopping, food, and things to do. Here are some new notables for fall 2021 that will make your season healthier, yummier, more festive, and more fun than ever.
The Handle Bar spin and fitness classes
With the kids back at school, this season is the perfect time to get your fitness routine down. Boston locals can now visit the Pru where a new location of Boston’s The Handle Bar, a female owned and operated indoor cycling studio, is now open. But their classes aren’t limited to CYCLE, the signature rhythm ride. They also offer MOVE, a kettlebell and mobility class, and FLOW, a rhythm-inspired yoga class. With options like this so close to home (and close to your favorite shopping and food stops at the Prudential Center), staying active will be easier than ever. Plus, if you go to a Handle Bar class at the Pru, you’ll activate one full week of free unlimited riding.
Booty by Brabants pop-up store now open
This viral—and local—workout apparel brand is now open at the Pru. That means you can find your Booty by Brabants fitness and athleisure apparel in-store, which is not common for viral specialty brands like this one. Say goodbye to the hassle of shipping returns and waiting for your orders to arrive. At the Pru’s BBB, you’ll have instant gratification, instant motivation to get active (you might find yourself walking into The Handle Bar without even realizing it), not to mention an instant booty lift. What more could you ask for? Your workout gear could probably use a swap after the sweaty summer months, and the Pru’s very own BBB store is your sign to make the upgrade.
A taste of fall and Italy, all in the same place
Fall is here and Eataly’s signature dining event is back: Experience Restaurnt Fest at Eataly Boston October 15-31. For these two weeks, enjoy two-course prix fixed lunch and dinner menus full of hearty autumn dishes and $29 expert-selected bottles of vino at all three Eataly restaurants. At the staple restaurant La Pizza & La Pasta, enjoy a $25 menu featuring Italian dishes like Neapolitan-style pizzas and pumpkin-filled ravioli. At the Italian square-inspired La Piazza, savor a $25 two-course inspired by the best of the Italian marketplace with Italian and house-made ingredients from their fresh counters. And at the greenhouse-like restaurant Terra, treat yourself to a $39 prix fixed menu of fire-kissed dishes cooked to perfection on a wood-fired grill, from traditional Italian bombette to slow-cooked duck ragù with house-made pappardelle pasta. Visit OpenTable to reserve your seats and enjoy the best of what Eataly has to offer this fall.
Coming Soon: Little Lovage Club
Those with little ones who spend their days at home may be running out of ideas for how to enrich their fall days. It’s not easy to be the caregiver, early educator, and entertainer all in one—luckily, Little Lovage Club is here to help. Opening at the Prudential Center in late fall, it’s a bright, fun classroom atmosphere that offers a range of parent and baby support groups, infant and toddler enrichment classes, parenting workshops, family events, and birthday celebrations. Lovage has been dedicated to helping families grow, learn, and love for many years; they are excited to reopen in a beautiful new space in the Pru.
Whether you’re an expecting parent, or a new parent looking for support from other new parents, or just looking for an energy outlet for your two-year-old, Little Lovage Club is likely to become your new go-to. Plus, you’ll get out of the house and into the city. What better way to introduce your little one to Boston?
This is a paid partnership between Prudential Center and Boston Magazine's City/Studio