Courses held in our Milton location have the added benefit of all that Boston has to offer! We’re happy to give up some of our tips, tricks and favorite spots to check out during your stay, much like any good concierge would. Check out our list of suggestions!
By Air: You will be flying into either Logan airport in Boston, Massachusetts or TF Green airport in Providence, Rhode Island. A highly reliable livery service is available for use from either airport. We have utilized JB Livery Service (781-337-1610) for quite some time. The drivers are professional, and the rates are reasonable. I would suggest use of the livery service over Boston taxis.
By Car: If you are driving by car, click here for directions.
Assuming you are not staying at a hotel of your choice in downtown Boston (which is less than 10 miles away) we suggest the following:
Please mention “Fugazzotto Room Block” to receive a reduced rate for your stay. We provide complimentary livery between the Quincy Marriott and the course. This pickup leaves the hotel lobby promptly at 7:30.
Book your group rate: Dr Fugazzotto Room Block April 2014
Bistro du Midi:
One of the best restaurants in Boston. Great food and wine. Wonderful service. Ask for Sam. Dress code: Business casual to sport coat.
Steel and Rye:
An excellent restaurant around the corner from the Institute, chosen for their ever changing inventive menu and friendly feel. Ask for Dan. Dress: Anything goes.
Easily one of the best sushi restaurants in Massachusetts. Approximately a 15 minute drive, it is well worth it. The sushi is extremely inventive and the sake list is great. Ask for Johnny. Dress code: Anything goes.
Taberna de Haro:
Incredible tapas and other Spanish food by a chef who used to have a restaurant in Madrid. The best Spanish wine list on the east coast. Ask for Deborah. Dress code: Anything goes.
If you would like, we are happy to call these restaurants and make reservations for you. If you have trouble getting reservations at any of these restaurants, ask for the person listed and say that Dr. Fugazzotto suggested the restaurant.