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5 Stops to Make on Newbury Street in Boston for Marathon Weekend


by Sophia Ciancone April 04, 2017

Marathon Monday is right around the corner. In no time, the streets of Boston will be buzzing with people exploring the harbor, stopping by Fenway Park, and hanging out in Boston Commons. But, most importantly, taking stroll down Newbury Street.

The street is chock full of must see shops, restaurants, coffee shops and other pop ups. So, we’ve mapped out a few stops you can’t miss on your stroll down this iconic street.

  1. Trident Bookseller Cafe. Since 1984, Trident Bookseller Cafe has been a premier location to uncover a favorite book. You might even be able to discover a few tips on how to perfect your stride and improve your time! With a full menu ranging from breakfast food to juices all the way to beer and wine, it’s the ideal place to pop by to catch a bit of Boston history and a delicious breakfast to kick off your day. Located at 338 Newbury Street, you are not going to want to waltz past this place.
  2. Ministry of Supply. + La Forma Pop-Up Normally, when you walk through the doors of 299 Newbury you'll find sleek performance professional attire but this week in addition to these innovative garments you'll find a pleasant pop of color in La Forma’s art inspired athletic wear. We were born in Boston and couldn’t be happier to be back.
  3. Strava. Taking social media to the next level by connecting athletes while they are doing what they love. The Strava crew is hosting a pop up right down the street at 91 Newbury. Stop by and learn how Strava can help you achieve your best running record just in time for the Boston Marathon.
  4. Thinking Cup. Now that you're well into exploring Newbury it might be time to recharge with a cup of joe. Thinking Cup has been voted Boston’s Best Cup of coffee and it's hard not to agree. Pop by and caffeinate. It’s right next door to Strava!
  5. Dig Inn. By this point, I’m sure you’re starving and it’s time to get your nutrition before the marathon. At Dig Inn, you can grab a Matcha Latte and a salad, tasty quinoa or a hearty market bowl. You’ll go home with a full stomach ready to conquer 26 miles.

With this ultimate guide down Newbury Street, you have the opportunity to check out, in person, your new favorite athletic wear. But we aren't the only stop you should make on your journey, take our advice and hit all of these crucial points for a prime Newbury Street experience on Marathon Weekend.




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