Back Bay which was built on landfill is an upscale residential area dominated by Victorian brownstones; Newbury and
Boylston streets have many exclusive shops and fine restaurants with outdoor seating in the summer, wonderful for
people-watching. Like elsewhere in Boston it is steeped in history, with Trinity Church in Copley Square and the Boston Public Library on the opposite side. Copley Square hosts a Farmers Market and outdoor concerts and festivities in the summer.
Ed Hardy Shop, Newbury St.
Bauer Wine & Spirits, Newbury St.
Piattini Restaurant, Newbury St.
Jewel of Newbury St. Restaurant
Abe & Louie's, Boylston St.
Trinity Church, Copley Square
Reflection of Trinity Church