Boston - South End & Chinatown (PDF Chapter)
This is the South End & Chinatown chapter from Lonely Planet’s Boston guidebook.
Four side-by-side neighborhoods – South End, the Theater District, Chinatown and the Leather District - are home to Boston’s lively theater scene, its most hip-hop-happening nightclubs, and its best international and contemporary dining.
- Underground at Ink Block Catching a fitness class, having an urban picnic and checking out the fantastic street art at Boston’s latest postindustrial playground.
- Gourmet Dumpling House Hitting Chinatown for pork buns, dumplings or dim sum delights.
- SoWa Open Market Browsing at the market and splurging on locally made creations, followed by Sunday brunch in the South End.
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Neighbourhood Top Five, Local Life, Getting There & Away, Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping, Sports & Activities.
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