Seaport District

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Nautilus Pier 4 Finds Gold by Scouring Global Coastlines

The nautilus, an intricate, tentacled creature with a shell like the spiraled eye of a hurricane, is a cephalopod mollusk (read: squid-like creature) that dwells […]

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City Life

I Tried It: The Boston Harbor Seaplane

If you were taking a stroll along Boston Harbor on Wednesday to enjoy a brief glimpse of the sun this summer, you might have spotted […]

Home & Property

How One Couple Gave a Modern Seaport Condo a More Classic Style

The Problem Looking to move closer to family, two empty-nesters swapped their New Hampshire digs for a 2,100-square-foot Seaport condo. But while the unit’s covetable […]

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Arts & Entertainment

A New High-Tech Mini Golf Course Is Coming to Seaport

There are golf courses where serious golfers go to play. And then there’s mini golf courses for those of us who just want to putt […]

Home & Property

Boston Meets Bermuda in This Stylish Waterfront Pad

When Mattye Dewhirst’s client moved into a 1,266-square-foot pied-à-terre in the Seaport, she wanted to bring elements of home with her. “Her instinct tended toward […]

City Life

Please, PLEASE Stop Changing the Name of the Waterfront Pavilion Concert Venue

Last week, Vanyaland reported that the concert venue down on the waterfront—you know the one, it gets lovely breezes in the summer—had changed its name. […]

Restaurants

First Look: Here’s Everything You’ll Eat at Nautilus Pier 4, Opening in Boston This Week

Does the warming weather already have you itching for a summertime ACK escape? Well, don’t pack your whale pants quite yet—it’s only the end of […]

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Home & Property

A Weston Couple Trades Suburbia for a Peaceful Seaport Condo

In anticipation of their empty-nester status, Patrick Planeta’s future clients, a Weston couple who had lived in the same Colonial for 20 years with three […]

City Life

On the Waterfront: An Oral History of the Seaport

A largely uninhabitable industrial zone built on landfill during the 1850s, the Seaport spent most of the 20th century as a vast wasteland of parking […]

Style

Out with Fast Fashion, in with Sustainable Style in the Seaport

When it comes to clothes, Bostonians are smart shoppers—we appreciate the opportunity to dig into the “how” and “why” behind our purchases. And while the […]

City Life

The BPDA: Paved and Confused

Like a scene out of The Departed, a pinched old white man in a black jacket leans across the passenger seat of a car to […]

Restaurants

Out with the Old, in with the Lobster Newburg

When Kristin Canty decided to open Woods Hill Pier 4, her new restaurant on the Seaport site where Anthony’s Pier 4 once stood, she knew […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Glowing, Swaying Field of 28,000 Lights Is Sprouting in the Seaport

For the third year in a row, a giant glowing art exhibition is on its way to the Seaport this winter. This latest spectacle, which […]

Style

Glossier Pops Up in the Seaport

Get ready to see a lot more perfectly manicured bushy eyebrows around town, because the beloved millennial makeup brand Glossier opens tomorrow in Boston. Until October 4, […]

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Restaurants

The Seaport Is Getting Its First Real Grocery Store, and It’s Trader Joe’s

It’s official: Trader Joe’s is coming to Fort Point. There was a strong rumor that this was in the works since February—and by “strong rumor,” […]