Epicentre: Boston

Epicenter traditionally refers the central point of something. At Collective Arts Brewing, the central point of our universe are the places we can find creative and artistic people, art and culture. The following is a pictorial field guide to putting your finger on the pulse of the city. The best art, beer, food and culture in Boston, with some insider advice from our friend Andy Bablo at Steeze Magazine.

CITY VIEW
Best view of the city? Check out the rooftop bar at the Envoy Hotel for arguably the best Boston photo op.

During the winter, keep warm inside an igloo + sip on mulled wine at The Envoy.

STREET ART

Head to North Eastern’s Behrakis Health Science Centre for this must-see piece by Cedric Douglas.

These guys are right around the corner!

Grafitti Alley, in Cambridge

LIVE MUSIC
The Sinclair in Harvard Square showcases timeless American influences and embodies how the worlds of food and music influence each other. A must-do for the music lover.

BEER

Located in the South End, Trillium Brewing Co. has a tiny (8  person)  bottle shop, perfect for grabbing some cans or growlers to go.

GALLERIES
The South End is laden with art galleries whose exhibits change every month or so.

This piece, on display at Adelson Boston, was created with fire by Canadian artist Steven Spazuk. Watch how he creates his art below:

This mural by Juan Travieso is located right outside Adelson Galleries on Harrison Ave.

FOOD
You can’t go to Boston without eating Oysters. After perusing art galleries, Row34 is perfect for oysters and beer.

The art of shucking

CULTURE
The Boston Public Market is a year-round , indoor marketplace for locally sourced  products.

They host a wide selection of craft beer at Hopsters Alley in the BPM.

Walk from the market into the North End or Little Italy.

Bova’s is just one of Little Italy’s infamous bakeries. Open 24 hours (late night snacks!)

Need a place to rest your head? The Verb is a trendy hotel with a retro-chic vibe and is across the road from baseball games at Fenway Park + 6 minutes on foot from House of Blues Boston.

PLACES TO STAY

The Envoy Hotel – Boutique hotel + Best view of Boston

The Verb Hotel – Rock n’ Roll themed, Fenwway

GOOD EATS

Bova’s Bakery – 24 hour bakery in the North End, known for serving delicious Italian fare all hours of the night.

Hojoko at The Verb – Japenese pub in the Verb Hotel. Go with friends and try “Wasabi Roulette”

ART

Adelson Galleries Boston – South End

PENG – South End

Graffiti Alley – Cambridge

Mural by Cedric Douglas – Behrakis Science Center

BEER

Trillium Brewing Company – South End

Meadhall – Boston

Area Four – Pizza + Beer – South End

MUSIC

The Sinclair – Harvard Square

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