AACE 2010 At-a-Glance

Conference attendees who are looking for places to eat and things to do while in Boston, here is a listed of suggestions.

Anna's Taquaria

242 Cambridge Street

Boston, MA

www.annastaqueria.com

Radius

8 High St

Boston, MA

Call for reservations: 617-426-1234

www.radiusrestaurant.com

Union Oyster House

41 Union St

Boston, MAwww.unionoysterhouse.com

Featured on the Food Network's "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives":

Mike's City Diner

1714 Washington St

Boston, MA

www.mikescitydiner.com

Sam La Grassa's World's No. 1 Sandwiches

44 Province St.

Boston, MA

www.samlagrassas.com/home.php

What to do on your down-time

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Located “in the heart of downtown Boston,” the Marketplace has shopping, restaurants, and events, and is in close proximity to the waterfront, Paul Revere’s house, the aquarium, and more.

www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com

Photo Tours

Five walking photo tours are regularly offered: Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Freedom Trail and North End, Public Garden, and the Waterfront. Tours are $30 for adults and $15 for adolescents who visit with a paying adult.

www.photowalks.com

Downtown Crossing

Self-billed as “the vibrant center of life in the city,” the Crossing features restaurants, shopping, and exhibits. Details about upcoming events, hours, and more can be found at www.downtowncrossing.org/index.php.

Comedy ClubsIf you're looking to have a good time and a good laugh, check out one of Boston's comedy clubs featuring some great acts:

Mottley's Comedy Club

61 Chatham St

Boston, MA

April 23-24

Rich Ceisler, a Boston comedy legend, performs at 8:00PM

www.mottleyscomedy.com

The Comedy Club at Cheers

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Boston, MA

April 23-24

Frank Santorelli, a world-famous comedic, performs at 10:00PM

www.thecomedyclubatcheers.com