Serafina is conveniently nestled in the heart of Downtown Boston, an epicenter of history, culture, work and play. Often referred to as the “Business Improvement District,” this 34-block neighborhood encompasses Downtown Crossing, Financial District, Theater District and The Ladder District. Each brings a unique flavor to the area’s strong diversity and energy. Here, commercial meets residential, artsy coexists with corporate and age spans the spectrum. From nightlife to office space, Downtown embodies everything that makes the city of Boston great!
Making plans Downtown? We’ve compiled a local guide of nearby favorites to enjoy alongside Brunch, Lunch, Dinner or Drinks at Serafina Boston!
Serafina Boston is the perfect spot to grab a bite or drinks before a show. Whether you’re catching a dance performance, live musical, Broadway production or film release, we are centrally located in proximity to several of the area’s best theaters and venues.
Boston Opera House
Originally constructed as a movie theater in 1928, Boston Opera House is home to the Boston Ballet in addition to several touring stage productions.
Citi Emerson Center
Citi Performing Arts Center is an entertainment destination housing iconic Boston venues for musicals, Broadway shows and rock concerts.
Best known as Boston’s home for Blue Man Group and Shear Madness, Charles Playhouse brings 175 years of entertainment history to Downtown.
Considered one of the oldest standing venues in the U.S., Orpheum Theatre is currently used as a music hall for concerts and live performances.
This Emerson College institution began its life as a “Beaux Arts” house for vaudeville before becoming the home of Opera Boston and other arts performers.
After a recent revitalization from its 1914 opening, Wilbur Theatre is now one of the area’s most notable stages for comedy and live music.
Make a day of it in Downtown Boston and visit the many shops, services and storefronts perched among bustling streets.
Lou Lou Boutique
Lou Lou brings its sweet and sophisticated flare for fashion to Downtown Boston. The shop offers unique styles in jewelry, bags & accessories.
A refreshing sight in a busy metropolitan area, The Corner Mall is home to over 20 shopping establishments and vendors, all under one roof!
Primark’s Downtown Crossing location inspires our neighborhood with the latest trends in fashion for stylish men and women.
It all began in Downtown Boston where colonial settlers traded on the waterfront. By the mid-1800’s, this semi-rural district quickly became a destination for commerce, government and civilization.
Founded in 1686 by Royal Governor Sir Edmund Andros, King’s Chapel was New England’s very first Anglican place of worship.
Old City Hall
Old City Hall is a now a popular Downtown tourist destination, having served as an early home for city council from 1865 to 1969.
For those looking for adventure on-foot, the Freedom Trail offers 2.5 miles of significant history through the streets of Downtown Boston.