Seaport, Boston: Our Favorite Things

Anyone who grew up near Boston (or even visited 5-10 years ago) probably remembers Boston’s Seaport as a vast wasteland of parking lots. That’s definitely not true anymore!

Visitors to the Seaport now find restaurants aplenty, large corporate offices, and brand new condo buildings, as well as plenty of green space.

Today we’re sharing some of our favorites around Seaport: restaurants, coffee shops, stores. One of our offices is located at 77 Sleeper Street, so we’re locals! If you’re considering moving to the area and want to chat, we’re happy to meet you for coffee at one of our favorite places. Just let us know!

Best Seaport Coffee Shops

For Instagram-worthy photos (and tasty lattes): Tatte

For pastries and coffee with a library vibe: Caffe Nero

For coffee and a place to use your laptop: Capital One Cafe

For breakfast sandwiches and addictive pastries: Flour

Best Seaport Lunch Spots

For healthy food that still tastes great: Sweetgreen
(Try the Harvest Bowl!)

For quick seafood: Luke’s Lobster

For arguably the best lobster roll in the city (or the state?): Row 34

For those days when you just need a burger and fries: Shake Shack

Best Seaport Shops

For unique gifts: For Now, a shop of rotating brands and goods. The concept of For Now is unique and keeps us coming back to see what exciting small shops they’re carrying week after week! We love their jewelry selections, cards, and other small goods.

For your travel needs: Away, the popular luggage brand, has a small storefront

For fitness enthusiasts: Outdoor Voices (the next-closest store is in NYC’s SoHo!)

Other “Best of” Seaport

For when you can’t get to Nantucket but still want a Whale’s Tale: Cisco Brewers (Summer-only pop up)

For ice cream in a fish-shaped cone: Taiyaki

Local art: Okuda San Miguel’s Seaport Boulevard sculptures

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