Back Bay Wine Tour: Beautiful Architecture & Exquisite Wines
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Experience Boston from both land and water by traveling in an amphibious World War II-style landing vehicle called a "Duck." With a friendly and informative conDUCKtor behind the wheel, you'll cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts, including the golden-domed State House, Bunker Hill, the Boston Garden arena, Boston Common, Copley Square, Big Dig, Government Center, fashionable Newbury Street, Quincy Market, Prudential Tower and more. As the best of Boston passes before your eyes, you'll hear lots of little-known facts and interesting insights about this unique and wonderful city. Then your conDUCKtor will drive the vehicle right into the Charles River for breathtaking views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. Learn More
The tour runs every Saturday and Sunday from 3:00pm – 5:00pm. The restaurants include:
Legal Seafoods* offers a 40 page-wine list and just inside you’ll see a two-story cascading fountain, the center-piece of the restaurant. Splash down in their dining room or make waves in their comfortable lounge three fathoms below. The award-winning Wine Cellar, which holds over 10,000 bottles and 800 different labels, is where our Back Bay wine tour begins!
Maggiano’s* is the perfect place to celebrate together and enjoy authentic Italian food. And what goes better with Italian food than Italian wine! Our wine ambassadors lead a Maggiano’s tasting in the comfort of the VIP room!
L’Espalier Restaurant* We are proud to feature L’Espalier on our Back Bay wine tour. L’Espalier is credited with being the first independently owned restaurant to bring haute cuisine to Boston. Located on Boylston Street when it opened in 1978, L’Espalier moved to a historic Back Bay townhouse in 1982. In 2008 L’Espalier returned to Boylston Street where it currently resides adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.