We've pulled together our favorite picks for the long weekend to give you a jump start on that vacay.
Boston Harbor serves up a stunning backdrop to the city. Enjoy a sunset cruise or take the Harbor Express Ferry to explore the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park. Our pick for cocktails and dinner is Marliave, a 5-minute walk from our hotel; try the Boston Tea Party with selections from the raw bar.
Make your three-day weekend in NYC a celebration of culture and food. Hop the subway to Brooklyn for Smorgasburg, the largest open-air food market in America. Where else but The Big Apple can you sample traditional Honduran baleadas, deep fried cookie dough, Japanese shaved iced, and grilled whole lobsters all in one afternoon?
Concert lovers, this weekend in Philly is for you. Dance beside locals and tourists alike at the Made in America Music Fest on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. VIP tickets are still available for the 2-day festival which features Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Diplo, and Janelle Monae to name a few. You can use the extra day off to recover.
Close out your summer with outdoor activities and cultural experiences in our nation's capital. Check out the National Symphony Orchestra's Labor Day Concert on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, enjoy modern art in an intimate setting at The Phillips Collection and indulge in one of DC's many farm-to-fork restaurants.
It's easy to see why so many people have left their hearts in San Fran. Our picks for the perfect 3-day weekend in Frisco include taking in a live performance in the way of Shakespeare in the Park or Beach Blanket Babylon, a San Francisco favorite. Check out the Conservatory of Flowers at Golden Gate Park, typically closed on Mondays but open for Labor Day. After a day of sightseeing, we love to unwind at the award-winning The Hidden Vine with glass of vino and a bocce match.
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