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Sick of your usual weekend haunts? We've got the cure for day-off boredom.
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- Cinquecento (500 Harrison Avenue) brings a swanky Italian vibe to the SoWa neighborhood, and with it, a stylish brunch. From typical breakfast fare with an Italian twist (lemon and ricotta crepes, proscuitto
Etant (524 Tremont Street) is a no-fuss, award-winning spa known for its massage therapies. Make sure those muscles are good to go with a sports massage, $115 for one hour and $155 for an hour and a half.
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- Follain (53 Dartmouth Street) equips runners with possibly overlooked necessities pre- and post-Marathon. Buy natural sunscreen from MyChelle to make sure you don't burn, while also making sure your skin doesn't take
- In just a five year time span, South End Athletic Company (652 Tremont Street) has become not only a South End fixture, but one deeply embedded in Boston's running tradition. Stop in to grab super soft
- Now, when all is said and done, snacks are an integral part of the marathon process (at least in our humble opinion!). Olives & Grace (currently at 81 Pembroke, but moving to 623 Tremont Street in May) is a mec
With the Boston Marathon just days away there is palpable excitement building around town. Beautiful spring weather is forecasted, tourists are buzzing around the finish line, and runners are prepping their final strides before the 26.2 mile stretch from Hopkinton to the Back Bay. We put together the perfect Saturday itinerary for marathon goers (athletes and onlookers alike), centered around the South End and kicking off with a carb- and protein-heavy Italian brunch.
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