This past weekend I went to Boston for some family events (a graduation party and Father’s Day). I was lucky enough to have time to visit my favorite neighborhood, the South End. I especially love this charming area because there are so many fabulous brunch restaurants (read more about my top restaurants in Boston here) and cute little shops like Flock, a contemporary fashion boutique on Shawmut Ave. Every street in Boston’s South End is picture perfect, so naturally I took lots of photos!
Above you can spot one of the last remnants of the old South End. Before the million dollar condos and dog toy boutiques existed, this neighborhood was primarily Syrian and Lebanese. Sahara Syrian restaurant has been practically abandoned for almost 50 years, used for storage by Syrian Grocery a couple blocks away. This grocery store, by the way, has great Middle Eastern food items and the owners are super friendly, if you have a chance to pop in!
How pretty is that?