Chris had no idea we were spending the weekend in Boston for our anniversary. I pretty much just told him he needed the weekend off and that we were going somewhere, but that it was a surprise. He figured it out once he saw highway signs for Boston. In addition to getting an awesome hotel for a pretty great deal through LivingSocial, I also made a list of all the places we both love to eat at and visit, as well as some new places that I had found through my extensive Internet research. I even categorized everything. I basically told him that he could pick anything from the list with the exception of the two things I really wanted to do. Those two things were go to a millennial-themed party at a bar and go to the Downeast Cider House. More on that later, though!
On our first day in Boston (which was on our actual anniversary), we ate at a few of the places that we love including chicken wings (which are more like tenders) at Wing It and cannoli from Mike's Pastry. We also went shopping at Garment District which is an awesome costume and vintage clothing store. The first night is when the millennial-themed party was and it was a BLAST. Chris isn't much of a dancer, but the two of danced all night to songs from the early 2000's as well as some 90's. They played mostly dance songs, but also things like Stacy's Mom. It was so much fun.
|Dress: H&M//Sweater: J.Crew (thrifted)//Tights: Apt. 9//Boots: American Eagle//Belt: Forever 21//Lipstick: LORAC Cosmetics|
I will share more about our second day in a later post!