Located just southeast of downtown Boston, South Boston is a huge area with a ton of daily activities.. On a peninsula surrounded by the Boston Main Channel and Dorchester Bay, the neighborhood has multiple water activities to enjoy, such as Pleasure Bay and the Boston Harborwalk. It’s one of the nicest parts of the city in the summertime with all of the beautiful scenic views of the bay and channel.
The area also has some of the best cuisines to try in the city.From upscale wine bars to local taverns where you can grab a pint and watch the Patriots on Sunday afternoon. The area, also known as “Southie”, has a strong Irish-American heritage with old-school breakfast diners, like Mul’s Diner. Whether you’re moving to Southie or merely visiting, it will not disappoint.
South Boston is a peninsula bordered to the north, east, and south by the Boston Main Channel Dorchester Bay. The west is cut off by I-93 and the Bass River.
Rated as the #1 restaurant in South Boston, Moonshine 152 serves up some of the best Asian fusion food in the city. Their upscale bar-seating area also makes this an excellent place for a drink.
This tavern is perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; many locals even choose this as their go-to spot for Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins games. Their massive TV’s behind the bar ensure everyone has a view of the action.
This dive is the #3 restaurant in South Boston, and they have some of the best Philly Cheesesteaks in the area to prove it. Don’t even think about using a credit card because it’s cash only.
This old-school Boston diner is a staple in South Boston. The retro seating countertops take you back to a simpler time, it’s no wonder why this joint has withstood the test of time.
The Italian restaurant and wine bar is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and an appetizer with friends after a long day of work. Their large garage-style doors also open up the bar to the outside area, allowing that much-needed summer weather to make its way into the bar.