Spanning 23-acres wide and 52 floors high, the Prudential Center in Boston's Back Bay District houses everything from office space, a Skywalk Observatory, Boston Duck Tours, top restaurants, Boston Sports Club and a premier shopping destination at its base. The Shops at Prudential Center are filled with over 70 unique retailers and fine department stores with the latest fashions, including Vineyard Vines, Ann Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sephora, Kate Spade, and Barnes & Noble. There are also a wide variety of restaurants to dine at while visiting the Prudential Center, ranging from fast and casual bites, to fine dining. The center is covered with atrium-style glass ceilings and the Skywalk Observatory on the 51st floor offers jaw-dropping 360-degree city views.
Is dining available outside a food court?
Dining at the Prudential Center is quite a treat. Expect to find classic favorites like, Bar Boulud, P.F. Changs, The Cheesecake Factory, and Haru Sushi. But located at the very top of the tower on the 52nd floor, is Top of the Hub Restaurant where guests can dine under the stars. With floor-to ceiling glass windows, take in the breathtaking panoramic views of the city skyline, as you enjoy the delectable cuisine served in a romantic atmosphere. In the Fall of 2016 Eataly will be opening its first Boston location in the Prudential Center.
Is there parking available?
Yes, there are hourly, daily and monthly rates, as well as special events rates for on-site parking. There is a discounted rate available with a $10 purchase from any store, restaurant, or kiosk at Prudential Center and they even offer a Red Sox flat fee rate of $18 for every night or weekend game.