Thanks to its strategic location in Midtown, downtown Boston has developed into a culinary destination worthy of exploration by foodies, chefs, gourmands, and anyone else with an interest in gastronomy. In 2013, the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain put downtown Boston on the culinary map when he filmed segments here for ABC’s food television show The Taste. Not too long ago, the foodie scene in downtown Boston was limited to just one or two downtown Boston neighborhoods, but nowadays, great cuisine and exciting activities can be enjoyed in a variety of vibrant neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking at Boston luxury condo with a city view or condos in Beacon Hill, Boston is sure to be where you’ll find the home of your dreams. Here are five reasons foodies should think about making downtown Boston their new home.

1. The Taste of Boston

This annual event, which takes place downtown Boston, is the best way to become familiar with the rich culinary diversity of downtown Boston. Some of the activities you can enjoy at this festival include food truck competitions, local tastings, cooking workshops, and chances to meet celebrity chefs. The Taste of downtown Boston also features arts and crafts exhibits.

2. Seaport District

The Seaport District has always been a foodie’s paradise.. These days, Seaport Distract is home to many sea food places considered among the best in Massachusetts.Legal Seafood is highly recommended. The Taste of Boston food festival happens every summer, and it has become a beloved Boston institution.

3. Culinary Arts Education

When it comes to cooking classes, only San Francisco and NYC can rightfully claim to surpass the choices you’ll find in Boston. The culinary education program is very active in downtown Boston. Each month, featured chefs teach classes at a space right in downtown Boston, and some of the lessons are even designed to involve the whole family.

4. The North End

As the trendiest district of downtown Boston, the North End offers a great density and diversity of eateries, ranging from fast food and fusion to fine dining and exotic. Some restaurants you definitely shouldn’t miss include Cafe for you Italian lovers

5. A World of Craft Beer

Nearly every one of Boston’s downtown districts has a full craft brewery with a tasting bar. At the very least, each district has a pub where locally brewed craft beers are poured. The best part about the Boston craft beer experience is that it’s often carefully paired with meals and snacks. There’s even a tour that starts every day at The Local Eatery & Drinking Holes takes you to breweries beyond downtown Boston and across the county. If you love great food, sunshine, and vibrant urban energy, downtown Boston is the only place you need to look for your next home. Its eclectic mix of restaurants, events, and neighborhoods make it the perfect place for everyone who calls themselves foodies. Our team at Ford Realty would love to take you exploring for the best cuisine in Boston. We might even tell you about all our favorite secret places. We specialize in downtown Boston real estate, so be sure to call one of our friendly agents at 617-720-5454 and let us help you get started on finding your perfect downtown Boston home.

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