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- Tres Gatos (470 Centre Street) is a special hybrid of tapas bar, bookstore, and record store, attracting a predictably creative crowd. Named one of the city's
- Caramelo Clothing Co. (606 Centre Street) has become a staple for gents in JP and beyond, boasting a brand mix including somewhat obscure labels like Osmium, Forage and Jeremy Argyle neckwear, Fall River-base
- With roughly 9000 hats, we think Salmagundi (765 Centre Street) can consider itself Boston's millinery expert. The JP boutique is owned by a husband and wife team that works with independent milliners for a wide
- Funky lighting, lacquered storage, and geometric shelving are the statement-makers at tucked-away home goods boutique Room 68 (68 South Street). Plus they sell the uber cool Nervous System lamps that are designed
- Cap off your morning at the Sam Adams Brewery (30 Germania Street), where hour-long tours run through 3pm on Saturdays. For just a $2 donation benefitting local charities, you'll exper
Sick of your usual weekend haunts? We've got the cure for day-off boredom—memorable brunch, boutique-hopping, and a neighborhood sight—in our newest feature, Perfect Saturday. First up, we're circling around Jamaica Plain. Not unlike its friends across the Charles, Somerville and Cambridge, this always changing part of Boston is hugged by green spaces (the Emerald Necklace to the left, Southwest Corridor Park to the right) and home to a diverse mix of indie businesses. Here's your itinerary for a fun-filled day tomorrow.
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