The plaza outside of Boston’s woefully underrated City Hall will host what its organizers are calling the Patios starting on Friday, May 4.
There will be nine custom patio areas in total, with a pavilion, and those sites will host an array of public attractions. The city and Berkshire Bank are behind the temporary transformation.
The attractions will include a beer garden courtesy of the Wachusetts Brewing Co.; an ice cream concern via Honeycomb Creamery; a mobile library from the Boston Public Library; “picnic promotions” from the Boston Public Market; and miniature golf.
And Shultz’s Guest House, a rescue operation out of Dedham, will bring puppies by every Wednesday, too.
There will also be pop-up events and vendors. Hours will vary for the Patios, but it looks now like they will be open every day starting in a couple of weeks.
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