Taylor moved to Boston in 2016 to pursue a Masters Degree in Theatre Education. Since then, her work at the Old North Church as an Educator and her time as a Food Tour Guide have made her a Boston expert. Feel free to ask her about Boston’s past and present– especially restaurant recommendations! If she isn’t in one of Boston’s many downtown theaters, you can find Taylor by Boston’s Harbor watching the waves and the boats. Her favorite beer is the Harpoon IPA because it’s a local brewery and it has a very smooth, balanced taste and lots of hops. Cheers!
Before Joe moved to Boston in 2012, he would travel to the city yearly to visit family– his first trip to Boston being just two weeks after he was born. From then until now, Joe has been crawling around the Quincy Market area although now it’s from bar to bar where he enjoys a local Harpoon IPA. Having studied film, he’s always down to talk about what’s new in theaters, on Netflix, or just rehash scenes from The Departed.
Currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in History at Harvard University, Jess came to Boston 10 years ago to obtain her first degree. She has also lived in London and Madrid but her favorite place is here in Boston. Specifically, The Puppet Free Library– an underground library of float-sized puppets hidden in the Back Bay. Yes, it’s real, and yes, like a library it’s free and puppets can be “checked-out”. She is often found at a downtown bar drinking Stella Artois and if it’s football season, cheering for the Patriots!
Dylan is a graduate of New York University where he was awarded for excellence in dramatic writing. He currently works as a content writer for Man Crates, and the corporate account manager at Trapology Boston (a must-try for all escape room enthusiasts!). Born in Minneapolis, Dylan is proud to have lived exclusively in cities where David Ortiz played professional baseball and loves watching the Sox play at Fenway Park. His favorite beers include Lord Hobo’s “Hobo Life”, Wachussett’s ‘Wally Jr.’ and Night Shift’s ‘Whirlpool’ which he enjoys in the midst of a crawl — organized or impromptu.
5 years ago, Will and his wife arrived in Boston as Will sought a Master’s degree in Education. Now, Will has received his degree, teaches third grade, and calls Boston home. Unlike most Bostonians, Will’s favorite spot in the city is his commute. Will bikes to work which takes him along the Esplanade on the Charles River: a picturesque wooded path following the contours of the river. After biking home, Will usually sits in his backyard, sipping a DDH Saturation by Mystic Brewery in Chelsea, MA.