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Discover sightseeing attractions and things to do in Boston Massachusetts

With Hotel Commonwealth as its grand cornerstone, Kenmore Square is a charming neighborhood of the Back Bay and the true gateway to the many things to do in Boston. In addtion to being the landmark of historic site Red Sox Fenway park, Kenmore Square provides close proximity and easy access to Boston’s many neighborhoods as well as cultural, historic and leisure attractions, the area has an allure all its own.

Fenway Park: Home of the Red Sox

Overlooking historic Fenway Park, Hotel Commonwealth is the perfect choice for baseball fans and is within a short walking distance from the beloved home of the Boston Red Sox. 

Boston University:  Hotel Commonwealth's Avenue Neighbor

Home of the Boston Terriers, Boston University is the largest university in the city, founded in 1839. With over 16,000 full time undergraduates and over 8,500 full time graduate students, as well as a faculty of nearly 4,000, the University spans more than 13 acres right in the heart of Boston. 

With more than 100 colleges and universities located within its metropolitan area, Boston has been appropriately dubbed, "The Athens of America". Boston area schools include some of the oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world. 

World Renowned Hospitals and Medical Centers

The Boston area is world renowned for its state-of-the-art hospitals and medical facilities. From teaching hospitals associated with the area's most prestigious universities, to community health centers, Boston offers the cutting-edge treatment and research that breaks new medical ground and expertly delivers successful patient care. 

Recognized as one of Boston's most upscale neighborhoods and attractions, the Back Bay stretches from the Charles River on the north to Newbury Street on the south and encompasses some of the city's most historic homes, businesses and high-end shopping and dining destinations.

Restaurants
Guide - Restaurants - Thai

Bamboo

1616 Commonwealth Ave, Brighton, MA 02135 617-734-8192

Description: BRIGHTON. This Brighton area restaurant has become a favorite among locals because of the expertly prepared Thai cuisine it serves. The pad Thai and noodle dishes are winning rave reviews from those Bostonians in the know. And other favored items include the spicy papaya salad and the curry dishes. The decor is very pleasant and cheery with brightly colored artwork lining the walls. Very reasonable prices make it a great value.
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Bangkok Blue

651 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116 617-266-1010

Description: BACK BAY. Bangkok Blue offers great lunches, speedy service, and expertly prepared food. To start, order signature "golden triangles" (fried egg roll skins packed with spicy curry filling) or try dumplings (filled pastas topped with soy-ginger sauce). Entrees run the gamut from rendang chicken to pad Thai and chicken satay, and desserts include Thai custard and coconut-tinged ice cream. Hanging lamps and picturesque paintings adorn the Boylston Street eatery.
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Billy Tse

240 Commercial St, Boston, MA 02109 617-227-9990

Description: FINANCIAL DISTRICT. Billy Tse's has something for everyone with a menu that hails from China, Thailand, and Vietnam. All three cuisines can be found under one roof, and all three are done quite well. This spot is a good choice for quiet conversation, and the dining room is relaxing with large windows that face the street. Free valet parking is an extra bonus, and delivery is available on a limited basis.
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Brown Sugar Cafe

1033 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215 617-787-4242

Description: FENWAY DISTRICT. For Thai that's virtually unrivaled in Boston, visit Brown Sugar Cafe. The menu is filled with authentic offerings such as steamed mussels, chicken satay, and pad Thai. Vegetarians will also be delighted with the abundance of selections tailored just for them. For the meal's grand finale, order the satisfying ginger ice cream or the winter squash filled with custard.
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House of Siam

542 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02118 617-267-1755

Description: SOUTH END. Whether you're an old pro at ordering and eating Thai food or a novice just trying it for the first time, you'll find just the dish for you at House of Siam. Order a red-hot spicy curry dish or opt for the milder Siam Splendor platter featuring beef, chicken, seafood, and veggies. The menu provides many soups, salads, curries, and seafood items. A small wine list boasts varieties from around the globe. The interior décor features red walls, black and gold accents, and linen covered tables.
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Jae's

520 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02118 617-421-9405

Description: SOUTH END. This restaurant is a very popular hangout serving tasty Pan-Asian dishes. Guests enjoy the interior that features huge aquariums. The menu is just as dazzling with tasty stir-fries and excellent sushi and sashimi. Plus, it also includes an abundance of faithful standbys--steak, chicken and pork. Desserts are whimsically named and finish off an evening in perfect style. Nice raw bar and wine bar.
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King & I

145 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114 617-227-3320

Description: BEACON HILL. This restaurant serves up large portions of tasty Thai food at great prices. The menu offers a mix of seafood, chicken, beef, and duck, along with a handful of curries. King & I also presents a nice selection of vegetarian dishes, and they'll substitute tofu for meat in any order. Dining room walls are adorned with Asian prints, and the wine menu features 15 varieties by the glass.
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Montien

63 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116 617-338-5600

Description: THEATRE DISTRICT. This well-liked Thai restaurant makes for a great pre-show stop, especially given the speedy service and delightful menu. Among the dishes you'll find are kai jeaw goong-sub (a shrimp-filled omelet), curries, pad Thai, and a variety of other authentic fare. Whether you want something based around vegetables, seafood, rice, or noodles, it's not hard to find an option.
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Rod Dee Thai

1671 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446 617-738-1455

Description: BROOKLINE. Rod Dee prides itself on offering its guests fresh food prepared according to authentic Thai recipes. Try the Pad Thai with tofu or the chicken fried rice, both are excellent. In addition to appreciating the tasty eats that come from the kitchen, you're also sure to appreciate the very low prices attached to them! Be prepared to wait, as this restaurant is very popular but short on space. The wait staff know this and try to accommodate with speedy service, though.
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Thai Basil

132 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116 617-578-0089

Description: BACK BAY. Thai Basil prides itself on healthy entrees that don't include corn oil or MSG. To start, try seafood noodle soup or a Thai salad. Other menu notables include obligatory spring rolls and tangy garlic shrimp. The interior of this Newbury Street Thai eatery, which sits below street level, is relatively basic. Reasonable prices are sure to make you smile, though.
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Village Sushi & Grill

14 Corinth St, Roslindale, MA 02131 617-363-7874

Description: ROSLINDALE. Though the Village's culinary expertise extends far beyond traditional Japanese cuisine (a quick run-through of the menu'll reveal dishes like pad Thai and even Korean barbecue), what really draws folks to this Roslindale space is the sushi. Indeed, their artistically-presented sushi comes in all shapes, sizes and versions ­ nigiri to sushimi. That said, several maki creations count themselves among the house specialties, including the JP Blues (named in honor of cousin-at-arms JP Seafood) and New England (white fish, fried of course) rolls.
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