One of the most historical cities in the U.S. was smaller than I expected, but still rich in culture. Italian and Irish boroughs dominate the city, along with a small Chinatown but the seafood by far dominates this city. The Barking Crab is Located on the edge of Boston’s historic Fort Point Channel and is perfect place to gather with friends and family. The restaurant is situated right on the water, which ensures that all seafood is caught fresh sand is priced at market value. The portions are large and great for sharing, and locals often to just that and invade around happy hour. For a more formal meal, Mooo located on the luxurious Beacon Hill is a modern take on the classic steakhouse. New American cuisine is the focus with excellent service and an award winning wine list the restaurant boasts about. I enjoyed the food and wine, but it really did not offer anything original. However, having quite the sweet tooth I fell in love with Sweet, a modern bakery. Sweet concentrates on classic and seasonal flavors of cupcakes and cakes. They are not only adorable and delicate in design, but they are also flavorful and moist in texture. I know Boston has many more restaurants and hidden spots I have yet to discover and this city deserves more time than I was able to offer my first time around, so stand by for more on Boston coming soon.