Thanksgiving in Boston: Top Accommodations
Where to Dine for Thanksgiving in Boston
Thanksgiving is every foodie’s favorite holiday. And good eats exist in abundance all over Boston with an ambience for everyone.
1. B3: Back Bay Beats
Located in Back Bay, B3 Restaurant welcomes you with a traditional holiday menu. Some must-try Thanksgiving delicacies include roasted turkey and cranberry relish, plus cornbread stuffing. Savor your choice of pie, Brûléed Bourbon-Maple Pumpkin Pie and Chocolate-Whisky Pecan Pie among them. The lively bar pours a wide range of local craft beers and non-traditional wines. B3 also shows complementary live music, including gospel, R&B, funk, folk, and jazz.
2. Bar Boulud
This upscale bistro combines New England flavor with French cuisine for a wonderful prix-fixe 3-course Thanksgiving meal at the Mandarin Oriental Boston. Endive salad, pâté en croûte with venison, and other options start you off, followed by a main course of seasonal fare, such as sweet potato gnocchi, black trumpet mushrooms, and heritage turkey with sourdough stuffing.
3. Bistro du Midi
Spend a romantic Thanksgiving evening with your partner at Bistro du Midi. After a starter of yellowfin tuna tartare or heirloom squash soup, delve into entrées of roasted turkey with pumpkin stuffing, duck breast, or the heart of the rib eye. Try the maple mousse and pumpkin spice cake if you still have room in your stomach.
4. Seaport Hotel
The Seaport Hotel offers a mouthwatering Thanksgiving brunch buffet, featuring eggs Benedict, roast turkey with cornbread stuffing, sirloin with porcini red wine sauce, and various traditional sides. Specialty pies, cakes, and a chocolate fountain round off the feast.
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Where to Shop on Thanksgiving Weekend in Boston
One of the most anticipated things to do in Boston on Thanksgiving weekend, Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping simply exhilarate bargain hunters. Find irresistible deals on your holiday shopping spree not far from Boston vacation rentals for Thanksgiving.
1. Newbury Street
A favorite location for Black Friday, Newbury Street holds bargain-scoring opportunities aplenty. Here you'll find everything from high-end consignment stores and designer boutiques to big-box discounters like H&M, The Closet, Second Time Around, and Zara. You'll also find home furnishing stores, antiques, jewelry, and bookstores.
2. Prudential Center
Nestled in Boston's classy Back Bay neighborhood, Prudential Center houses a curated mix of over 70 fancy boutiques and stores under massive glass domes and skylights. Back Bay provides appealing choices for shoppers seeking luxury and designer labels. Shop for linens, personal items, and gifts in various price ranges at The Body Shop, Teavana, Sephora, L'Occitane, and Swarovski.
3. Wrentham Outlets
Located in the south of Boston, Wrentham Village Premium Outlets is New England's biggest discount shopping mall with over 170 brand stores in one location. This shopping center suits everybody's needs, ranging from luxury designer stores to family-friendly kids' clothing stores. It brings together various discounted luxury and designer items comparable to those for sale on Newbury Street or in shopping malls like Natick Mall and Chestnut Hill.
Recommended Accommodations for Thanksgiving in Boston
Best Activities for Families Spending Thanksgiving in Boston
To celebrate Thanksgiving vacation with your family in a cozy setting, Boston hotels for Thanksgiving provide the comfort needed to balance out all the fun. Don't miss these family activities:
1. The Nutcracker
Start your Thanksgiving vacation off with a kick by stopping at the iconic Boston Opera House to watch an enthralling performance of The Nutcracker by the Boston Ballet. Tchaikovsky's magical music, enchanting dancers, and the Boston Opera House's charm transport you to a different world. The show premiers on the Friday after Thanksgiving, and the performances continue throughout December.
2. Plimoth Plantation
Take a day trip to Plymouth to visit the site of the First Thanksgiving and where the pilgrims first landed in 1620. Located in the south of Boston, Massachusetts, this living history museum also cooks its own Thanksgiving dinner, featuring classic roast turkey and traditional New England fare. Interact with Native Americans to learn about their culture and explore reconstructed artifacts from the ancient period.
3. New England Aquarium
This ocean exploration aquarium is worth a visit during your Thanksgiving vacation. Sea turtles, stingrays, bonnethead sharks, barracudas, moray eels, and smaller reef fish inhabit the Giant Ocean Tank. The Freshwater Gallery features piranhas, electric eels, anacondas, and Atlantic salmon.
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