December 2-6, 2017

HOTEL, RESTAURANT, PARKING & TRANSPORTATION

OUR HOST HOTEL: “A classic soul with a modern twist”


This year’s NATA Conference will be held from December 2 to 6, 2017 at the historic downtown Omni Parker House Hotel located at 60 School Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

This grand luxury hotel has been symbolic to Boston’s rich history and culture since 1855. Old-World charm and elegance are accompanied by all of the modern conveniences of a world-class establishment. Nestled in the heart of downtown Boston, Omni Parker House is located along the Freedom Trail and at the foot of Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace.

HOTEL FEATURES:

BOSTON RESTAURANTS:

North End

Trattoria Il Panino                            http://www.trattoriailpanino.com/
(Susan Altman’s FAVORITE)

Mamma Maria                                   http://mammamaria.com/
Refined Italian menu with a focus on local ingredients, served in a romantic townhouse.

The Daily Catch                               http://thedailycatch.com/northend.htm
Sicilian-style pasta & seafood are prepared in an open kitchen at this snug, informal fixture.

Seafood

The Barking Crab                            http://barkingcrab.com/
Casual, seafood, good for large parties

Summer Shack                                 http://www.summershackrestaurant.com/
Casual, seafood, good for large parties

B & G Oysters                                  http://bandgoysters.com/
Popular, high-end raw bar & seafood restaurant with a cozy interior & patio seating.

Other

Tiger Mama                                       https://www.tigermamaboston.com/
Adventurous Southeast Asian–inspired eats in a funky, transporting space.

Toscano                                            http://www.toscanoboston.com/
Beacon Hill, Italian

Blue Dragon                                     https://www.ming.com/blue-dragon.htm
Stylish, upscale Asian gastropub with snacks, noodles, banh mi & dim sum by notable chef Ming Tsai.

Franklin Café                                   http://www.franklincafe.com/
In the South End- Hip, cozy neighborhood gastropub dispensing craft cocktails & modern comfort food until late

Legal Seafood Harborside              https://www.legalseafoods.com/restaurants/boston-legal-harborside-30

Gaslight                                            http://www.gaslight560.com/
Lively French brasserie offers a sophisticated spot for classic eats & drinks in a hip room

Barcelona Wine Bar                         http://www.barcelonawinebar.com/
Extensive array of Spanish-centric small plates & wine in an intimate setting; open late nights-South End

Sweet Cheeks Q                              https://www.sweetcheeksq.com/
BBQ trays, Southern sides & inspired cocktails served at family-style tables in a welcoming space.

Eastern Standard                             https://www.easternstandardboston.com/
Happening scene starring masterful cocktails & modern brasserie fare in a glamorous atmosphere

Toro                                                  http://www.toro-restaurant.com/
Small, stylish spot from Chef Ken Oringer serves up celebrated tapas, cocktails & Spanish wines

PARKING INFORMATION:

Here is the hotel’s PARKING OPTIONS as of 1.1.2017 for you to review.

TRANSPORTATION:

Omni Parker House is just 2.3 miles from Logan International Airport (10 minutes). When you arrive at the airport, you can choose between taxi, Uber, Lyft or Boston Shuttle

Look for a link to Boston Shuttle SOON!

BIENNIAL TRANSPORTATION:

If you are staying over for the Biennial, (12/6 – 12/10) the hotel has provided NATA with a special $139 rate effective December 6, 2017. The Hynes Convention Center is an easy walk or it’s 3 subway stops away. Walk out of the Parker House on Tremont Street, and head down Tremont to the left for about 200 yards to the Park Street MBTA Station. Take the outbound Green Line B, C, or D train 4 stops to the Hynes Convention Center Station,

OUR PLATINUM PARTNER

THIS COULD BE YOU IN THIS SPOT!

OUR GOLD PARTNERS

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