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Sick of your usual weekend haunts? We've got the cure for day-off boredom.
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- Stephi's in Southie (130 Dorchester Avenue) opened just last year, translating the classic Boston Stephanie's tradition we've come to love on Newbury and Tremont streets. Sit down for brunch and enj
- Neatly Nested (373 West Broadway) brightens up West Broadway with a charming storefront, yellow striped awning, and robins egg blue doors. Step inside to find regionally sourced home knick knacks and repurpo
- Speaking of staying within budget, Ku De Ta (663 East Broadway) is a pro at styling trend-minded outfits with its blend of premium denim, sparkly costume jewelry, and boutique brands like MINKPINK and BC
- Sarra (840 Summer Street) may be off the beaten path, but seek it out for a sunlit beauty oasis famous for custom brow shaping. The salon has also launched 30-minute peels and sells a fully developed private line
- Finally, cap off the afternoon with a beer tasting at local brewery Trillium Brewing (369 Congress Street). The tasting room is open from noon to 6pm on Saturdays, pouring samples of pale ale, farmhouse ale, a
Could tomorrow possibly be a better forecast to ease into June? Eighty and sunny—ideal conditions for exploring a new neighborhood. Might as well make it one with proximity to the water. We're taking a loop of Southie, starting with a reimagined-yet-classic Boston brunch, some colorful shopping that won't break the bank, a beauty salon with its own cosmetic line, and finally, tasting Fort Point-brewed brews. Nap at Castle Island after: Optional, though highly recommended.
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