Discover East Boston
Vibrant and spirited, East Boston (or as the locals call it, Eastie) has a fisherman’s village charm and a laid-back atmosphere – explore the local beaches and one of the most eclectic food scenes in the city.
Café Iterum is a scratch kitchen dedicated to using ingredients that are high quality and sustainable. Grab a cup of coffee or a bite to eat, you won’t be disappointed.
Located on Sumner Street, A&L Bakery is an Italian bakery with some of the best bread and pastries in town. Photo: Maria Gnerre
Giving “coffee to go” a whole new meaning. Get your daily dose of caffeine from this traveling coffee cart!
From humble beginnings, the ICA Watershed transformed its space into a creative asset that showcases an annual, exciting art exhibit. Visit them in 2023 for “Guadalupe Maravilla.”
An ideal setting for a walk, run, or picnic with friends and family, Piers Park has great views, a fitness and wellness area, plus a playground and access to a community sailing center.
A lively Italian-American restaurant in East Boston. Visit Pazza this summer to enjoy a drink their outdoor patio and discover fun Next Door.
A short water-taxi or dingy ride across the harbor, the New England Aquarium is the kind of place you can easily spend a whole afternoon. Perfect for a family outing, with live shows and exhibits that are education as well as entertaining for guests of all ages.
Situated in the Harborview section of East Boston, Constitution Beach is an expansive, crescent-shaped, sandy beach. With water that's warmer than you'd expect, it's a perfect spot to kick back and relax, plus it features a playground, tennis court, and gazebos.
Calling all sporting enthusiasts – LoPresti Park not only has the same stunning cityscape views but is also set on a sprawling 3.4-acre waterfront park with a ballfield, courts, play area, splash pad, and a portion of the Harborwalk.
The Tall Ship is a 245' vessel turned floating oyster bar moored on Pier One in East Boston. It features three custom built mahogany bars, built around the grand mast. Enjoy uninterrupted views of the city skyline and harbor while enjoying fresh local fare from the galley kitchen like local oysters, shellfish, and charcuterie boards.
A near-continuous, 43-mile linear park along Boston's shoreline, the Harborwalk connects Boston's waterfront neighborhoods to Boston Harbor and each other.
Your path for walking, biking, and more - spanning from the Jeffries Point waterfront all the way to Constitution Beach.
Nautical history meets modern dining. Cunard Tavern provides guests with delicious meals while paying homage to those who once arrived at Cunard Wharf seeking the American Dream. And their rooftop bar is not to be missed.
An East Boston staple, Carmella’s is an Italian market, offering a quality selection of meats, cheeses, and other groceries, as well as subs, salads, and specials.
Food you can feel good about. Local farmers in the East Boston farmers market provide healthy and delicious food options. Visit them in the summer season for the best East Boston has to offer!
Like Uber for the water, Red Top Boats is on call to bring you around on Boston Harbor. Gather your friends for one of their charters, there’s plenty of ways to have fun on the harbor.
A property of Massport, Boston Logan International Airport is your gateway to the rest of the world.