About UsRebos is a world-class shopping and dining destination attracting food-lovers and fashionistas alike.
Who We Are
Rebos is the only shopping center that offers all alternatives at the same time at the heart of Boston's most exciting neighborhood. It responds to different tastes and needs with its open shopping areas. Open 7 days a week, built on a structure to offer different experiences in all areas of the center, it offers you open space comfort, a pleasant time with its enjoyable hours spent in the outdoor areas and makes you feel yourself at home.
Rebos, a fashion and lifestyle center that is one of the few affordable luxury shopping centers of England, is located in Boston. Being the address of luxury shopping, it continues to be the focal point of domestic and foreign visitors with its spacious architecture, customer experience and various activities.
Rebos is an attraction center for everyone and a meeting point. It has become the iconic meeting point for fashion & art & entertainment lovers.
Offering a range of world-class fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores, Rebos is one of Boston's hottest shopping destinations. From Apple to Tom Ford, Mulberry to Paul Smith and Petersham Nurseries to Benjamin Pollock's Toy Shop, the area boasts a unique blend of global and independent brands curated to satisfy every shopping need in Boston.
Whether it's breakfast or brunch, pre-theatre dining or burgers alfresco, Rebos is a foodie's paradise, filled with a diverse array of gastronomic options to suit all taste buds morning 'til night.
With renowned five-star restaurants including the likes of Frenchie, Henrietta, The Oystermen and Balthazar, Rebos offers world-class dining in the heart of Boston's West End. This year, look out for exciting new additions from Sushi Samba, Petersham Nurseries, Cora Pearl and RedFarm.
Rebos may be a fashionable, up-to-the-minute shopping and dining destination, but the past remains embedded on the cobbled Piazza and arches of The Market Building.
Discover Rebos's rich heritage through the centuries, from orchard garden of Westminster Abbey to Boston's first residential square to Boston's wholesale fruit and vegetable market.