Shopping in Boston

From Newbury Street boutiques to the patisseries of the South End, travelers will find that the Hub has something for every shopper’s taste. The best... Read More

From Newbury Street boutiques to the patisseries of the South End, travelers will find that the Hub has something for every shopper’s taste. The best shopping in Boston runs the gamut from intimate book stores to of-the-moment fashion havens.

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  • Brattle Books

    Founded in 1825, this three-story book emporium in the heart of downtown is under the able direction of Ken Gloss. You may have seen him before on... Read More

  • December Thieves

    Stepping into this South End store, you’ll see brilliant candles in hand-hammered copper jars, Balinese carved spoons, and racks of upscale dresses in a... Read More

  • In Your Ear!

    Located amidst the collegiate environs of Boston University, In Your Ear! is a record-lover’s paradise. With over 100,000 albums (yes, actual LPs),... Read More

  • Ku De Ta

    Distinguished by its upscale evening wear and designer jean lines, Ku De Ta remains a South Boston favorite. The pink-and-chocolate design touches make... Read More

  • LIT Boutique

    This tiny store in the North End is an accessory-forward place, and the mix of eclectic bead wraps, taupe-colored clutches, and elegant silver cuff... Read More

  • Orpheus Performing Arts

    You wouldn’t expect to find a classical music treasure trove in Back Bay West brownstone, but hey, it’s real. This tightly packed space contains a slew... Read More

  • Portobello Road

    After you slip in via the cerulean door, the expanse of this Chestnut Hill store reveals rusticated silver candlesticks, a brilliant palette of chemises... Read More

  • Shake the Tree

    While this North End boutique has a little bit of everything, it's distinguished by its jewelry selection and home accessories. You’ll find decorative... Read More

  • The Harvard Coop Bookstore

    In the center of Harvard Square since 1925, this venerable bookstore is part cafe, part meeting place, and part community gathering spot. Not even... Read More

  • Trident Booksellers

    Amidst the bougie boutiques of Newbury Street, Trident Booksellers stands out as a great place to grab a cup of coffee and wander through stacks of new... Read More

  • Twilight

    Owner Alison Barnard brings together designers from Addison to Yellow Clover in her downtown store with a particular eye towards colorful print dresses.... Read More

  • V Cirace & Son

    Just a stone’s throw away from Paul Revere’s House in the North End, V. Cirace & Son sprung to life in 1906, started by Italian immigrants from the... Read More

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