Labor Day is the best chance to soak in the dog days of summer. There are so many things to do here in Greater Boston! If you’re a local pretending to be a tourist in your own city, or a visitor looking for a New England getaway, Boston is the place to be.
Museums, Music, & Entertainment
This year for Labor Day, visit the Museum of Fine Arts to view the acclaimed portraits of President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama on the final stop of the national tour. See more of Boston’s remarkable selection of exhibitions on our museum and attractions page. Additionally, visit the Huntington Calderwood, and don’t miss the Sing Street musical that’s both an ode to young love. This Labor Day, there is also a great lineup of concerts to please just about any musical taste: Chris Stapleton, Daddy Yankee, Leo Santana & Marcynho Sensaçao, Dalton & the Sheriffs, Van Morrison, and many more.
Spend the Evening at TRADE
Want to spend a night out in Boston, MA, for Labor Day? Make reservations at TRADE, or just walk in and grab a seat. After opening in 2011, we have always had a simple and effective approach to our hospitality – great atmosphere, great service, and great food.
We always have strong roots inspired by Greek food and culture. Our unique space gently transports you to the Mediterranean with comfort – what better place to spend Labor Day in Boston than relaxing in Greece?
Plan and Host an Event In Boston, MA
Looking to do something a bit grander for Labor Day? Plan an event with Greek catering. When Jody Adams, Eric Papachristos, and Jon Mendez reopened TRADE after a COVID-19 hiatus, it was like opening a new restaurant. We have new concepts and a space ready for anything. Hosting your Labor Day event at Trade will give your guests the ultimate Boston, Greek experience that they will never forget.
Visit us at Trade today to try our Greek-inspired Mediterranean dishes built by James Beard, and two-time winner Jody Adams for Labor Day weekend.