shop & eat at fenway triangle
When you’re here, an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants is quite literally right out your front door.
It’s always a good time of year to be a Boston sports fan, and this fall is no exception. We’re excited to see what Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving can do for the Celtics, and hopeful that Bruce Cassidy can get the Bruins off to strong start in October. Then there’s football. Even after a rough start to the season, there’s nothing more exciting than watching the Pats defend their crown.
Back to life. Back to re-a-lity. C’mon, you know you’re singing it, too. It’s time to say goodbye to the carefree days of summer and reign it in for the upcoming semester. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice all the fun— that’s impossible in the Fenway. So here’s a little primer of easy ways to get ready before things get real.
Let’s face it, September has a pretty bad rep. To many, it marks the end of Summer. It means goodbye to swimming pools and beaches, ice cream cones and picnics. Students head back to school and jackets come out of storage. As far as months go, it’s no one’s favorite.