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Very iconic, shopping street, full of art galleries, clothes hopping, scenic walking, cafes, restaurants, and bars
Boston's most enchanting street. Eight blocks filled with salons, boutiques, and fabulous dining. Boston's Newbury Street has something for everyone.
Newbury Street is located in the Back Bay area of Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States. It runs roughly east-to-west, from the Boston Public Garden to Brookline Avenue. The road crosses many major arteries along its path, with an entrance to the Mass Pike westbound at Mass Ave.
A long strip of boutiques, restaurants, and beauty salons. Boston's mini version of New York's "Fifth Avenue".
Newbury St has both popular clothing stores and little-known boutiques; a great place to spend the afternoon shopping and then to settle down for dinner and drinks.
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