How To Have A Perfect Valentines Day Weekend In Boston

This Valentine’s Day do something different with your significant other. Valentine’s day is known for being the most romantic holiday, but like all things romantic, it requires coordination and preplanning. Stuck on a budget? There’s no reason your Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be memorable and fun for you and your partner. What matters most is spending the day with the person you love. At Bricco Suites, we can help find a few things to do this Valentine’s Day. 

Take A Trip In The Historical North End 


The Italian immigrants flocked into the North End after the Irish and at the end of Jewish settlements, found a neighborhood in which was rundown, an overcrowded slum of deteriorating tenement buildings. The first Italian immigrants came to the north end in the 1860s from Genoa. Today the North End revolves around tourism. The old neighborhood grocery stores, vendors, butcher shops, shoe stores, and bakeries have been replaced by the most delicious restaurants. Italian remains the language spoken throughout the North End. Traditional old customs and traditions are still celebrated throughout the North End. The old city of Boston feel is still in the North End, it still has its original narrow streets and brick buildings, and a sense of community. Now that we sold you on the beautiful Noth End, stay with us Bricco Suites. Enjoy a front-row seat to an authentic Italian experience in Boston’s North End.

What Should I Do In The North End?

While winter in Boston might not excite you to go out and do a lot of activities, it’s important to not hibernate from the cold weather. In Boston, we know how to enjoy the cold and find a fun winter-worthy  past time. 

Skywalk Observatory

 Bird’s eye view is a unique way to see the city of Boston. The Skywalk Observatory is located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Building and provides visitors with an overwhelming 360-degree view of the city. Enjoy the view with the one you love, look out for the frozen Charles River and quaint snow-covered rooftops. 


Boston’s museums are truly some of the best. Including your kids this Valentine’s day? The Boston Children’s Museum offers unique opportunities for children to learn through play and exploration. If you’d prefer to learn more about the history of the city, check out the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, or The Institute of Contemporary Art. 

What to Eat?

 Bricco Ristorante and Enoteca 

Zucchini Flowers

Stick to an Italian delicacy with fried zucchini flowers. Flowers slightly crispy and mild in flavor. At Bricco, we stuff our Zucchini Flowers with truffled ricotta cheese and tempura grilled vegetables. 

Frittura Mista 

A frittura mista is roughly translated as mixed fried things. Enjoy a platter of calamari, scallops, shrimp, pickled jalapeño, fried onion strings, and tartar dip



Shrimp Cocktail 

 The shrimp cocktail is all about the size of the shrimp: big, fat, juicy, and perfectly cooked gorgeous shrimp. Be sure to sit down with us and enjoy a shrimp cocktail with us.


 A board piled high with Mortadella, Sopressata, Prosciutto di Parma and assorted Italian cheeses. There is no appetizer better than a charcuterie board. There is something one this board for everyone.

The quiet winter months are an ideal time to visit Boston. Make your Valentine’s Day special and treat your special someone to a stay at Bricco Suites.

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