Chelsea, MA may be the smallest city in Massachusetts, covering just 2 square miles north of Boston, but it is a testament to big things coming in small packages. Chelsea is a thriving, dynamic, and hip community where local businesses, art, food and beverage speak to the truly diverse nature of this city. Chelsea’s proximity to downtown Boston is a significant advantage whether you work or play in the city, and the addition of the Silver Line 3 bus has made commuting to the city much easier.
The city boasts over 10 community parks, including Bellingham Hill Park, offering playgrounds and great views of Chelsea and Downtown Boston. Mary O’Malley State Park is another local gem with picnic spaces and walking trails. If you’re looking for nightlife, the food and dining in Chelsea is a mix of classic and new restaurants, such as Floramo’s, known for its barbecue and Italian dishes, and the Newbridge Cafe, famous for its steaks. These dining options contribute to Chelsea’s vibrant local culture.
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