As part of the #tradeshowprofs club, I would like to say that my comprehension of exhibitor rules and regulations in the great city of Boston is on point – it’s not. I would fail this test. Luckily, I have
Nth Degree’s Boston trade show services team to keep me in check and help me share this knowledge with you fine folks. Things I do know: your trade show booth is a precious asset; you’ve spent months working with trade show vendors, your exhibit designer and the show association; you really, really don’t want anything to go wrong.
Take heart - we have an exhibit booth guide for that. Want to know who can lay your electrical at #BCEC? What about the local trade show union – how will this affect me as an #exhibitor? Just click below for these answers and more.
Now that the pesky matter of union rules and exhibitor regulations is out of the way [yawn] I’m ready for some fun. How about you? Below is our answer to where to meet clients for a drink, where to grab a bite at one of Boston’s top restaurants and where to unwind after a long trade show.
- Bar Mezzana (=client impressed)
- Barlow’s Restaurant
- Babbo (great small plates, #iatewaytoomuch)
- Row 34
- Drink (great spot for a cocktail and a snack)
- Del Frisco’s (great views)
- Banyan Bar + Refuge (on my personal list to try)
- Select Oyster Bar (oysters, in Boston - what could be better?)
- The Gallows (NO business attire required, possibly frowned upon)
- Temazcal Tequila Cantina (close to the BCEC and probably your hotel)