South Boston, a neighborhood better known as “Southie” was made nationally famous via a handful of Hollywood portrayals. This neighborhood has been gentrifying and developing in earnest since the late 1990’s when Whitey Bulger and co. moved on from the area. From the newly established restaurants and bars to the historic st. patrick’s day parade and tree lighting ceremonies – many demographics call Southie home!
South Boston stretches from the edge of the South End, to the tip of Seaport to the eastern point known as Castle Island.
Over the past decade or so, South Boston has rather quickly transformed from a dichotomous residential and industrial section of Boston into a dynamic neighborhood with scores of ground up developments and mixed-use activity.
However, the scale of development over the next 20 years may be even more impressive as warehouses and industrial uses on the western side of the neighborhood evolve toward retail and residential applications. The scale of development potential, combined with a well built out transportation node (MBTA’s Red Line), will expedite development along the Dorchester Avenue corridor.
412 W Broadway, Boston, MA 02127
Popular bi-level sports bar with a contemporary feel, TVs aplenty & an eclectic bar-food menu.
77 Dorchester St, Boston, MA02127
Modern American comfort dishes plus spirits & craft cocktails in a publike atmosphere.
425 W Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127
Pastas, pizza & other Italian standards in two 19th-century-inspired rooms with big, booming bars.
443 W Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127
726 E Broadway, Boston, MA 02127
332 W Broadway, Boston, MA 02127
22 W Broadway, Boston, MA 02127
Latin-accented global dishes go with creative cocktails in a chic space with an atrium-garden bar.
11 Dorchester St, Boston, MA 02127
A handsome, antique-chic dining room with a shared plates menu & craft beer program.
709 E Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127
206 W Broadway, Boston, MA 02127