4 Neighborhoods Where We Have the Perfect Parking SPOT for You
Now that the weather is finally starting to heat up, we want to discover and explore the amazing city of Boston. Unfortunately, the lack of parking prevents many from traveling to all ends of Boston. Check out these neighborhoods where parking is no longer an issue thanks to SPOT!
Whether you’re indulging in hot pot cuisine at Shabu Zen or heading over to a concert at Paradise Rock Club, Allston has one of the hottest, young scenes in Boston. With incredible cuisine from around the world, the options for a great meal are endless but options for parking are scarce. Residential parking fills the streets and establishments watch their lots closely but luckily we have over 40 SPOTs within the area. Whether you’re going to T’s Pub and need to leave your car overnight or grabbing a quick brunch at Lulu’s , SPOT has you covered in Allston.
Coolidge Corner has become one of the most popular areas of Boston. With young professionals, college students, and families all taking up residence here, the opportunities are endless, besides the opportunity to park. We have over 20 SPOTs within the center of Brookline so whether you’re grabbing delicious Spanish tapas at Taberna de Haro or a meaty sub at Michael’s Deli, park with SPOT and enjoy the hustle and bustle of Brookline.
The South End is arguably one of the most popular areas in Boston. With the South End Open Markets this summer and new restaurants popping up weekly, there has never been a better time to go. Drive over, park up with SPOT and enjoy fresh oysters at B&G Oysters and finish off with a butter pastry at Flour Bakery.
We all know the drill with Fenway—hotdogs, baseball, popcorn, you get my drift! When you’re going to a Red Sox game there should be no other option than to park with SPOT. With multiple SPOTs in Kenmore specifically designed for game days, it is the cheapest, safest, smartest option. You can also use SPOT overnight in case you play a little bit too hard after the game! 😉