The most recent post in a series from Seaport's wedding and social event expert, Leah Malin
There is something about the days after the 4th of July that really makes it feel like Summer has finally arrived. If you are like me, you are looking to make the most of it and enjoy every moment before the school supplies go out on sale and fall fashions hit the stores!
Here are a few tips to help you fill your nights and savor the Summer here in the Seaport District:
Concerts at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion: If you have not been to a show here yet, drop everything and check the schedule. Great intimate venue by the water, added bonus? It is covered and there is literally not a bad seat in the house! Whether you are re-living your college years at the Counting Crows, or getting in touch with your inner ‘Tween” at Fifth Harmony, they have a great range of affordable shows, not to mention great options parking and pre- and pot-concert spots for dinner and drinks!
What is a hot summer day without a cold beer? Harpoon Beer Hall is a great spot to have a favorite, try something new and look at the city skyline. Tours are offered 7 days a week if you are looking for a way to fill time on a rainy day!
Boat House Fridays at the Spirit of Boston: Scarred for life by Gilligan’s Island? Friday nights on the Spirit of Boston may be just the remedy, for $30, you can alternate between an hour dockside and an hour cruising, so you aren’t out to sea for too long and can choose whether to stay all night or sail and go!
Deck Dining: Nothing makes you feel like you are on vacation more than al fresco dining! Whether you are doing day-cation, stay-cation or just escaping on your lunch break, there are more great and varied al fresco options in the Seaport District than any place else in Boston. Whether having Margaritas at Temezcal, Oysters and Bubbles at Legals, Beer and Burgers at ABG, or (my personal favorite) stopping by our very own TAMO Terrace for Tiki Tuesday, you are sure to get the most out of this great weather, day and night!