With a 385-year history, Boston has produced its share of memorable landmarks and institutions. Here are some of its most famous. Faneuil Hall MarketplaceConsisting of Quincy Market (pictured), t...
 Faneuil Hall Marketplace-- The historic Hub destination consisting of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market and the North and South Markets—has long been known as a place brimming with activity. Between...
 The latest piece of the growing restaurant empire of Boston restaurateur Nick Varano, Strip by Strega (64 Arlington St., 617-456-5300, stripbystregaboston.com) recently debuted at the Back Bay...
 Take a trip back to the heyday of Big Band jazz when the 1940s musical revue In the Mood (refer to listing, page 17) returns to Boston. A big hit when it came to the Emerson Majestic in the hist...
  An offshoot of popular all-you-can-eat stir-fry specialist Fire + Ice, the new downstairs eatery and bar Underfire (205 Berkeley St., 617-482-3473) brings to Boston a new take on do-it-you...
 The work of some of the biggest names in dance history is on display when Boston Ballet brings its season-ending repertory production, Thrill of Contact (refer to listing, page 17), to the stage...
 Celebrity chefs don’t come much bigger than the internationally renowned, New York-based Mario Batali, so when he opened his first Boston establishment, Babbo Pizzeria e Enoteca (11 Fan Pier B...
 Quincy Market, the grand Greek Revival building at the heart of famed Faneuil Hall Marketplace, is a thriving center for shopping, dining and entertainment. What may be hard for Bostonians to be...
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