Hingham Institution for Savings 530 Tremont Street, Boston, MA02116 Located on Tremont Street, across the street from the BCA, Hingham Savings has been in the South End since 2006, being…More one of the newer additions to an institution now over 175 years years old. A community bank in the truest sense, it provides personal and business banking for the South End neighborhood. Hingham Savings also specializes in real estate lending.
New Age Psychic 678 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 New Age Psychic offers palmistry readings, spiritual supplies, books on the occult and jewelry. The eclectic little…More shop near the corner of West Newton Street and Tremont Street provides spiritual services and resources for the community.
skoah 641a Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Skoah was named after the Danish word for "cheers." It is a Vancouver-based company that specializes in training you in…More skin care. "We take our skin care seriously, but believe a smile is the best 'look' of all. We want our customers to feel great from the skin in." Skoah just opened its first shop in the United States on Tremont Street.
At this signature Restaurant Row establishment on Tremont Street, chef's -- and brothers -- David and Bob…More Kinkead have designed a "dueling menu" to demonstrate their distinctly different interpretations of cooking with similar ingredients. The restaurant is at once open and intimate, with a chef's bar, main dining room, cocktail bar and proper dining room.
Giovanni's Market 624 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 Giovanni's Market is your basic neighborhood convenience store, located on the corner of Camden and Tremont Street. The…More store does take Husky Dollars, for all the Northeastern students out there.
Pops 560 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Pops Restaurant, near the intersection of Clarendon and Tremont streets, serves new takes on American cuisine, with such…More entrees as beer-braised mussels and butternut squash ravioli. In addition to a large selection of wines, Pops uses organic ingredients, including meat containing no antibiotics and fish from renewable sources. Pops has a large selection of wines and does a weekend brunch. Its Greenhouse Dining Room is available for private parties.
The French Cleaners 538 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 The French Cleaners located on Tremont Street is one of two locations in the Boston area. With impeccable service, The…More French Cleaners strives to keep its customers happy. Alterations and leather cleaning are offered at this location, as well as pick up and delivery. The owner of both cleaners wants all customers to be happy when they leave, and if they aren't, they get their money back. You can be sure to get great service at both of their locations.
Metropolis Cafe 584 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Metropolis Cafe is an urban, metropolitan spot that serves Mediterranean bistro gourmet during dinner and…More brunches. It sits quietly against the busy street of Tremont in South End, Boston. Appetizers, desserts, and breakfast/brunches are reasonably priced below and around $10, while dinners and main courses are moderately priced under $20. Metropolis Cafe's atmosphere is casual and elegant, adding to South End's sophistication.
DiPierro Construction 526 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Owned by Gerry DiPierro, DiPierro Construction has been in business since 2006 and DiPierro has been working in the…More Boston's South End, Back Bay and Beacon Hill areas for more than 20 years. Gerry prides in helping his clients implement their visions of their home or building on to the page and then completing their dreams with brownstones. Gerry is always hands on and can be found at his office at 526 Tremont Street in Boston or at a construction site.
Mela Restaurant 578 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Located on Tremont Street across from the the BCA, Mela is the first Indian restaurant in the South End.…More Featuring a wide range of modern Indian cuisine, Mela also features an extensive lunch buffet with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. On weekends, Mela offers a brunch buffet featuring a dosa station, fresh juices and an ever-changing array of entrees. Mela is also one of the few restaurants to offer its patrons hot stone cooking, in which they serve meat and seafood platters right on a tray with a hot-oiled stone slab.