Lines of "South End Bowfronts" and redbrick sidewalks mark Boston’s South End, which is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The upper-middle class neighborhood is a great destination for fine dining; Tremont Street, known as “restaurant row” to locals, is the best place to find quality cuisine in the neighborhood. Among others, the row features Gaslight Brasserie du Coin and Hamersley’s Bistro. Walley’s Paradise, a jazz bar and nightclub, is the lone surviving structure from when the area was a jazz hotspot. The retail scene continues to maintain a small-business focus where, in many cases, items are handcrafted. The majority of shops along Tremont street are locally owned, making the area a perfect destination for those wanting to experience authentic Boston culture.
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