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If you are either going to or coming from a Red Sox game at Fenway Park and are looking for a good quick reasonably price meal try this Pizzeria UNO located just at the corner of the Buckminster Hotel. The place is clean, has plenty...More
Kenmore Square is not a destination in and of itself. There are far more interesting places to visit in Boston. However, if you are attending a Red Sox game at the famous Fenway Park or visiting Boston University or other near by universities, this is...More
Kenmore Square is probably best known as the location of baseball's Fenway Park. It is a crowded and vibrant section of the city filled with restaurants, bars and students from many nearby colleges. It is a fun area to visit, particularly on a Red Sox...More
Stayed at Hotel Commonwealth. Green line is right outside the hotel. Walking distance to Fenway Park. Lots of restaurants. There is a McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, and Starbucks right outside, so all coffee bases are covered.
Kenmore Square is a long intersection in Boston's Fenway/Kenmore neighborhood. It is notable for the large Citgo sign, which has been in the square in some form or another since 1940. It is also the eastern terminus of US-20, the longest road in the United...More
We recently stayed at the Hotel Buckminster on Kenmore Square and found this to be a decent area for stays in Boston. It would also be a convenient place to stop for dining for those catching a game at Fenway Park just a few minutes...More
The Curse of the Bambino may have ended years ago, but loyal Red Sox fans will continue to infiltrate this home to historic Fenway Park, where you can find victory banners, people yelling in stereotypical Boston accents, and lots of sports bars. Located within Kenmore Square, the old gas station Citgo sign is another Boston skyline classic seen throughout the city. In addition to a hectic and diehard sports
mentality, this neighborhood is also home to some of Boston’s many universities. Move from Boston University territory to that of Northeastern, and spend time at the famous Museum of Fine Arts. For more culture, check out the smaller but equally beautiful Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Continue off the beaten path and check out the green space in the Back Bay Fens, a pretty community garden. This diverse neighborhood has a mix of universities, sports, culture, and more residential green space.