The South End is a neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States. This neighborhood is not directly south of the city of Boston, despite its name. Instead the South End is situated northwest of the neighborhood of South Boston. This area offers a large selection of art galleries and artists studios.
The South End neighborhood is home to the Boston Ballet, the Boston Center for the Arts (BCA), and Boston Medical Center. Many community organizations have office space in the South End, including the South End Community Health Center, South End Baseball, Youth Enrichment Services, the South End Lower Roxbury Open Space Land Trust, Mytown (Youth Organization), the South End Historical Society, Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion, and the United South End Settlements. There are many options for serviced offices in the South End.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The South End provides a great selection for shopping. The eclectic options feature art work and handmade gifts by local artists, stationery stores, specialty foods, spa services, and a large selection of eating establishments that provide a diverse selection of cuisines. Tremont Street in the South End is often reffered to as ‘Restaurant Row’ with options that include American southern, French, Ethiopian, Brazilian, Indian, Italian, Venezuelan, African, Peruvian, Latin American, Thai, and Japanese among others. Restaurant choices in the South End include Sibling Rivalry, Gaslight, Stella Restaurant, Giacomo’s, Coppa, B&G Oysters, and Tremont 647.
The nearest major airport to the South End is Logan International Airport. This airport has international and domestic flights and is 4 miles from the center of Boston. Boston’s public transportation serves the South End and consists of commuter rail, train, bus, and water shuttles. Massachusetts turnpike, part of interstate 90, runs through the area connecting with the New York Thruway.