Fall Season Reading

Fall is upon us! As the summer sun sets and the Fall leaves start to fester, South End is one of premier location in the city to witness the seasonal change first hand. Don’t hesitate to frolic these SoWa streets and explore all this town has to offer. As we near the end of September it is imperative that you are aware of all the communal activities coming up. Let’s start by putting down the ice cream and picking up the wine at your local Wine Tasting and Walking Tour. 

Wine Tasting and Walking Tour

Take a stroll down one of Boston’s iconic neighborhood the South End. Your guide will lead you to 3 award winning restaurants where you’ll sip up to six different wines while listening to your guide give you a tone of information about Boston’s culinary scene. Follow the hyperlink above to sign up for this spectacular event.

If you’re someone who gets more excited about watching the foliage around the city and want one last chance to be outdoors before the weather gets too cold, you’re in luck.

Forbidden Chocolate: South End Chocolate Tour

Eat Chocolate! Everyone loves chocolate. Make sure to join the tour and learn more about the historic affiliations with Chocolate. The best part of this tour is that you have the opportunity to sample delectable chocolate cuisine and also tour a ton of local cafes, shops, restaurants and boutiques. This tour takes place over the course of two and a half hours and a time is guaranteed!

Books and Botiques:

Now that the summer has passed and we can all ease into the fall season, it is important to use the right activities to get back into the full swing of things as we get back to our normal routines. What better way to kick off fall with an eclectic list of books to read. The South End has everything you need to make this thought a reality. We have compiled a list of some book shops in the South End that are sure to have all the proper tools at your disposal. SoWa takes great pride in its commitment to the Arts.

Take this chance to browse books related to the Arts at Ars Libri. They are sure to have the exact selection of books that’ll expose you to the Artsy vibes of the neighborhood. The coolest thing about this bookstore is that it has a collection of out-of-print books on art.

It is an amazing time of year and the South End is happy to have you in the neighborhood. You are sure to find exactly what you are looking for. Welcome to the fall!

melissa flamburis