3 Things To Do In Boston This Winter

on January 7, 2014


With the frigid temperatures in the northeast, many are struggling for ideas on what to do.

In Boston, there are some great options available and we have narrowed these down to some of our top picks.

1. Go Antiquing. The Cambridge Antique Market is perfect for garage sale fiends as well as collectors The Market features five floors of vintage and antique finds and is easily accessible by public transit. The dealers that set up shop at the Market generally offer specific collectables and draw in buyers who need one or two special items. There is also an entire basement full of refurbished vintage bicycles. 201 Monsignor O’Brien Highway, East Cambridge MA

2. Candlepin Bowling. One of the best parts about the cold winter weather is being able to stay inside and still do something fun. Described as a “retro oasis,” Sacco’s Bowl Haven features no-TV’s and only paper scorecards. There is a classic jukebox and have insisted on retaining most of their original character despite undergoing recent renovations. They also serve organic pizza with strange topics. 45 Day St., Somerville MA.

3. Aquitaine Brunch. For just $10 you can score a satisfying prix fixe brunch at Aquitaine that includes juice, coffee, home-made cinnamon buns and a variety of omelettes served in a restaurant with fancy tablecloths and stemware. It’s advised to make reservations in advance as it gets pretty packed as a result of the deal. 569 Tremont St., Boston MA

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