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Financial District

Establishment neighborhood
Winston Flowers
176 Federal St., Financial District
Now a third-generation company with seven locations in New England, Winston Flowers began as a father-son team, with a pushcart parked in front of the Ritz-Carlton hotel on Newbury Street in 1944. Winston Flowers prides itself on their close relationships with growers, and they also highlight local farms, particularly from late summer to early fall, when favorite flowers like sunflowers, peonies, and lilac are in season. The Financial District shop is open weekdays only; the other Boston location, the original one in the Back Bay, is open seven days a week.
Winston Flowers
176 Federal St., Financial District
Now a third-generation company with seven locations in New England, Winston Flowers began as a father-son team, with a pushcart parked in front of the Ritz-Carlton hotel on Newbury Street in 1944. Winston Flowers prides itself on their close relationships with growers, and they also highlight local farms, particularly from late summer to early fall, when favorite flowers like sunflowers, peonies, and lilac are in season. The Financial District shop is open weekdays only; the other Boston location, the original one in the Back Bay, is open seven days a week.
Melt Shop
111 Fulton St., Financial District
These grilled cheese aficionados have four locations in Manhattan—with two outposts in Midtown (50th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue, and 8th Avenue between 52nd Street and 53rd Street) along with one in Lower Manhattan, they pretty much have the lunch rush figured out. (Pro tip: They have a slick online ordering system that lets you skip the 1pm line.) Those with gluten allergies will appreciate that all of their indulgent, melty sandwiches are available with gluten-free bread. There's also a location in NoMad.
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