Archive for December, 2016
Crispy Salmon Tacos. Photo Credit: Kayla Baker

Peruvian-Asian Restobar Ruka Exemplifies the Inventive Downtown Spirit

Ruka stuns the moment you walk in the door. A gorgeous Chihuly chandelier sprinkles color across the lobby. Ahead you’ll catch a glimpse of the woven ceiling, comprised of thick strands of multi-colored yarn, and the wall-to...


Thinking Cup's French Hot Chocolate. Photo Credit: Cheryl Fenton

Hot Cocoa Warms Up Boston At These DTX Locations

When the winter winds stir up and temps dip well below freezing, you don the down, hit the streets with collar popped, and hope for the best. You’re hearty. You can do this. But unfortunately, as you’re trying to ge...



Skate rentals are available to glide around the ice path. Photo Credit: Madeline Bilis

Boston Winter Opens On City Hall Plaza

Until last week temperatures in Boston were remaining firmly in the autumn range, but an arctic chill has blown through Boston more recently. With the arrival of the winter temperatures so has Boston Winter, a new collection of...


Cirque Dreams Holiday is a family Christmas spectacular all in one! Photo Courtesy of Cirque

Cirque Dreams Holidaze Brings A Wonderland Of Life To The Shubert Theatre

When someone coins the witty phrase “holidaze,” it often conjures up thoughts of the muted haze one sees the world through when they’re overloaded with all that comes with the season. Welcome to autopilot. You...



Millennium Tower Boston stands in the heart of DTX. Photo Credit: David Ryan

Downtown Boston Becomes An Urban Epicenter Transformed

If you talk to an older Boston native, they’ll tell you stories about how Downtown Crossing used to be. This downtown neighborhood, filled with seedy playhouses and questionable characters, was altogether avoided by all but t...


Trish Berry the new General Manger of the Ames Hotel.

I Am Downtown Boston: Trish Berry, General Manager of Ames Hotel

Walking into the Ames Boston Hotel is like walking straight into a history book. Constructed in 1893 as the Ames Agricultural Tool Company, the 19th century granite building is still considered Boston’s first skyscraper a...