Fort Point Eats #2: Lunch (Grab & Go)

Welcome back to Fort Point Eats. Today we’re following up on our coverage of lunch spots in the neighborhood, with the focus this time being on places where you can grab your lunch and go. For busy people juggling a bunch of tasks and running low on time- the neighborhood has no shortage of places that are able to make your food as fast as you order it. Here’s a list of a few places you can grab & go at in Fort Point.

-Flour Bakery + Cafe

Owned by Boston culinary icon Joanne Chang, Flour Bakery + Café on Farnsworth Street brings both sweet and savory to the forefront of their menu. From quiche of the day to their ever-so-famous sticky buns, you’re bound to have a lunch that will leave you sated for days (possibly eons). Flour remains committed to making sure each customer waits no longer than 7 minutes for their order, a plus if you’re short on time.

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Fort Point Eats #1: Lunch (Counter Service)

As the clock strikes twelve, your stomach rumbles. It’s time for lunch. But where do you go? Here at Friends of Fort Point Channel, we’ve got you covered. The following are some local counter service-style eateries and restaurants that you can sit down and enjoy your meal at. Sit down, relax, catch up with a friend- all over food from these select establishments.

Abigail’s Tea Room at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

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Dine in style with surrounding views that look over the Fort Point Channel. Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to pay for a museum ticket to eat at Abigail’s Tea Room. Sit down for some scones and tea mixed by a certified tea master, or try their delicious sandwiches and maybe a slice of one of Boston’s best Boston cream pies. The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is located on 306 Congress Street, in the middle of the Congress Street Bridge.

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Rowboat, Art Afloat

It’s another hot summer Monday here in Fort Point. The pavement is shimmering, the heat unbearable. But this particular Monday is different. Today, I had the privilege of going on a rowboat after lunch to explore the waters of the Fort Point Channel. I’m new to the neighborhood, and it’s only my second week with the Friends. So I was excited to get to see the channel and row on a hot summer’s day!Read More

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Fort Point Q&A #1- Denise Hajjar

 

Denise Hajjar is a local Boston-based designer with 30 years of experience in the fashion industry. Her boutique is located on the ground floor of the hotel InterContinental Boston. For our first ever Fort Point Q&A, we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Denise Hajjar about the neighborhood and her passion for fashion.
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Surf Sand and SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga)

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(Photos By: SUP YO)

It’s 6:45 p.m. at night, and I’m in awe of how beautiful the Fort Point Channel looks. As I make my way from the Harborwalk to the Fort Point Pier, it’s impossible to not take in the wonder all around me. The sun is slowly setting, its rays beaming lazily off the glass windows of buildings. The warm summer breeze brushes past my skin as I watch the channel lazily ebb and flow. This beauty is almost enough to distract me from taking my first-ever stand up paddleboard yoga class. Tonight’s class is organized by the lovely people over at SUP YO, who offer classes in various locations in the state.Read More

Cultural Connector Cruise

View of Fort Point Channel
Boston Harbor Cruises Cultural Connector
View of Fort Point Channel

 

Take a Cruise to Boston’s Cultural Sites

Let’s admit it- the last thing you want to do on a blisteringly hot day is walk on scorching pavement. What if we told you there was a way in Fort Point to both beat the heat and see the city in a whole new way? Enter Boston Harbor Cruises (BHC) Cultural Connector! The Cultural Connector is a boat shuttle that explores some of Boston’s best cultural destinations. It makes stops at the Boston Tea Party and Ships Museum, the USS Constitution, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. Read More