Tiffany Amorosino Of Bella Santé Shares What She Loves Most About Boston

In 1996, Bella Santé was simply a small skin care clinic in Lexington with just four treatment rooms. Today, the popular day spa and salon has expanded to three locations (a second is located in Wellesley and their flagship haute spot is on Newbury Street in Boston), more than 40 treatment rooms, a staff of over 200, and treatments that range from stress reduction massages and blueberry smoothie facials to keratin express blowouts and whipped honey and nectar pedicures.

We caught up recently with Bella Santé’s co-founder, Tiffany Amorosino, to find out what she loves most about Boston.

Where were you born: Connecticut

How long in Boston:  25 years

Neighborhood: Back Bay and now Newton

Occupation: Day and Med Spa Owner

Favorite Restaurant: Alden & Harlow

Best Sushi: o ya

Best Italian:  Antico Forno

Best dessert: The crème brulée at Capital Grille

Best place for a romantic date: Craigie On Main

Best Sunday brunch: Alden & Harlow

Best place for a power business meeting: Four Seasons Bristol Lounge

If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend? XV Beacon

Favorite shopping venue/boutique: Up and down Newbury Street

Favorite place to buy jewelry/watches: Bloomingdales in Chestnut Hill

Best Spa: Mine

Favorite Charity Event: Lenny Zakim Gala

Favorite Cultural Event: The Annual Mayor’s Rose Garden Party

Favorite Cultural Institution: The Isabella Gardner Museum

Best Steakhouse: The Capital Grille

Best Pizza: Pizzeria Regina in the North End and Santarpio’s East Boston (cannot choose)

Best Lunch: Dig Inn

Best Gym/Athletic Facility: Life Time Fitness in Chestnut Hill

Best Massage: Mine!  Any massage at Bella Santé Spa.  My favorite is The Soothe and Scrub.

Best Limousine/Driving Service: Boston Coach

Best Museum/Exhibit: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Describe Boston in three words: Tough, loyal, real

Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore: The Commonwealth Ave Mall from Mass Ave to Arlington Street.  I love the architecture and the statues along the way.

All-around favorite spot in Boston:  The North End

Best Aspect of Boston: The people and the ability to tackle the city on foot.

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