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Kit and Ace has arrived on Newbury Street – a bustling shopping mecca nestled in Boston’s historic neighborhood of Back Bay, famous for its rows of Victorian brownstones. Pay a visit to Thinking Cup for the perfect cortado, stroll down Boylston Street to the Boston Public Library and check out its vintage architecture, charming courtyard and stunning artwork. Now that you are feeling inspired, head over to our flagship shop and check out the prototypes from our designer-in-residence. We can’t wait to meet you!
- Lindsey Butler, Showroom Director
ARTIST ON THE WALL
Meet the Neighbours
Toro1704 Washington St, Boston
This tapas style restaurant will have you dreaming of Barcelona. Try the Maiz Asado con Alioli y Queso Cotija– that’s Spanish for grilled corn covered in heaven. Get there early.
Deluxe Café100 Chandler St, Boston
This unpretentious dive bar is a diamond in the rough. It is cash only, but you won’t need much to leave happy, a little bit tipsy and full of their amazing food.
Row 34383 Congress St, Boston
Start with a dozen oysters and the tuna crudo, finish with the butterscotch pudding, and enjoy great drinks throughout thanks to one of the best beer lists in the city.
Tatte Bakery70 Charles St, Boston
Tatte is bright white and charming – think Paris meets Boston. If you are searching for the best croissant in the city, you will find it here.
Beehive541 Tremont St, Boston
Great cocktails, live music and an electric atmosphere make this spot a neighbourhood favourite. Head downstairs for a Queen Bee and live jazz.
Thinking Cup85 Newbury St, Boston
This bustling coffee spot has the best patio for people watching and the perfect Cortado made with Stumptown beans straight from Portland, Oregon.
Pressed120 Charles St, Boston
Head here to detox and feel better about all of your life choices. Order a Copper fresh juice to feel revitalized, healthy and ready for the day ahead.
Spoke89 Holland St, Boston
Go, try everything and bask in the glory that is stellar wine paired with cheese and curated meats – small plates and generous pours mean you may never leave.
Follain65 Charles St, Boston
This skin care boutique offers the best selection of organic health and beauty products. Pamper yourself in their luxurious space.
Pioneer Goods764 Tremont St, Boston
An incredible selection of objects for your home that you thought only existed in your dreams. Stop by for a hit of Americana and housewares you will not soon forget.
Olives and Grace
Olives and Grace623 Tremont St, Boston
Find amazing goods from prints to small batch food producers. Try Alex’s Ugly Hot Sauce – we put it on everything.
Bodega6 Clearway St, Boston
This hidden gem is the original speakeasy for sneaker selection in Boston. If you can find the door, they will definitely hook you up.
Sacco’s Bowl Haven
Sacco’s Bowl Haven45 Day Street, Boston
Candlepin bowling, locally crafted beer, wood-fired pizza selections and a rooftop seasonal vegetable garden – need we say more?
Community Boating21 David G. Mugar Way, Boston
Get your sea legs ready for a play date on the water. Whether you are sailor-made or new to the sport, the iconic Charles River will rock your boat.
Aeronaut14 Tyler Street, Boston
Fill your growler and enjoy throwback games like Jenga, Pac Man and Nintendo 64 on the big screen. More ambitious? Try the bocce or cornhole out back – loser buys the next round.
Recycle Studio9 Newbury St, Boston
Time to get back on the saddle. Boston’s first indoor cycling studio offers a great way to start or end your day. If you are there for the 6 AM ride we will most likely be next to you.
Isabella Gardner Museum
Isabella Gardner Museum25 Evans Way, Boston
This awe-inspiring art museum boasts a variety of impressive exhibitions, and if your name is Isabella, you are in luck – admission is free!
Boston Public Garden
Boston Public Garden4 Charles St, Boston
America’s first public park and botanical garden is so enchanting, you can’t help but ’gram. Grab a ready-to-go picnic basket from the Ritz and head down for a picture perfect lunch.
Samson Gallery450 Harrison Ave, Boston
Innovative and contemporary artists offer a convergence of film, video, performance music, design and provoking new media art at this one-of-a-kind gallery.
Boston Public Library
Boston Public Library700 Boylston St, Boston
In the center of bustling Copley square, you will find the tranquil Boston Public Library. Take a tour to behold the vintage architecture, stunning artwork and charming courtyard.