•  2018 Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival


  • Lots of Events & Activities

    Lots of Events & Activities



  • Urban Trail Shirley Ave area

    Urban Trail Shirley Ave area

  • The DerbyRacer double rollercoaster circa 1920’s

    The DerbyRacer double rollercoaster circa 1920’s

  • Seagulls love the pizza and fried clams

    Seagulls love the pizza and fried clams

  •  The Goomba’s Bocce Team

    The Goomba’s Bocce Team

  • Home to America’s First Public Beach a National Historic Landmark

    Home to America’s First Public Beach a National Historic Landmark

Recent Posts

Santorini’s Reopens at Revere Beach with fanfare

  Advocate News Story- Aug 2, 2018 Santorini Restaurant reopens with fanfare and family roots…. Revere’s Greek and seafood restaurant Santorini reopened in late June after months of renovations, to the delight of owner Ike Tzakis, who has planned to transform the beachside eatery into a trendy and creative spot that’s unlike the other places to dine on the boulevard. Santorini, which was opened before the turn of the century, is a family-owned business, by Tzakis and his mother, Stavroula Fotopoulos. After having the restaurant open for approximately five years, Santorini was sold. According to Tzakis in an interview on Wednesday, those who took over had not been kind to the seaside establishment. “The new owners kind of ran the place into the ground,” said Tzakis. “They didn’t keep it the way we had it. They wanted to do their own thing. Why change something that works?” Tzakis, who lives …

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Revere Beach Partnership to Host 15th Annual International Sand Sculpting Festival July 21-22 FULL SCHEDULE

The World-Renowned International Sand Sculpting Festival will celebrate literacy with some of storytelling’s most memorable childhood characters from Friday, July 20th to Sunday, July 22nd.   Check out all the live coverage at www.RevereTV.org ! FIREWORKS scheduled for Saturday July 21st at 9pm.  See the Full Schedule Here REVERE, MA – The Revere Beach Partnership is proud to announce the dates and theme for the 2018 Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival, hosted at America’s first public beach, Revere Beach, established in 1896. The annual festival draws upwards of 1,000,000 spectators from all over the country who come to watch master sand sculptors compete for first prize in the Master Sand Sculpting Competition. The festival also features gourmet food trucks, live entertainment, local vendors, exhibitor booths, children’s sand sculpting lessons, and fireworks all over the course of 3 days. Sand sculptors for the Master Sand Sculpting Competition are as follows; Helena Bangert of …

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Hook & Reel Seafood Restaurant Opens in Revere

  Begin your voyage with our diverse food destinations offering a wide variety of different choices. You can simply select your choices of meat, seafood, vegetables and what you’ll get is a culinary creation that will make you feel like you’re down in New Orleans. Our food quality, friendly service and cleanliness will exceed your expectations. We look forward to serving you!   Wonderland Marketplace  (Close to the 99 Rest.) 151 VFW Parkway   Revere MA 02151   Phone: 781-629-1919 Hours Mon- Thursday: 3:00pm -10:00pm Friday & Saturday:  12:00pm-12:00am Sunday:  12:00pm-10:00pm

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Beach House luxury at Revere Beach

Beach House living with breathtaking ocean views! Beach House is a brand new, luxury apartment community located ½ mile north of Kelly’s on Revere Beach Blvd.  Showcasing studio, one, and two bedroom homes, sophisticated amenities, and breathtaking ocean views, each of the 234 total homes offers a unique living experience.  The vibrancy of Revere Beach is continuing to grow, and Beach House is looking forward to adding to that experience.  The beauty of Beach House lies in the details.  Whether it’s a custom fireplace and stone tiles in the lobby, or the well-appointed 2200 sq.ft. fitness center, Beach House offers a lifestyle not found in many Boston-area markets.  Beach life with city access couldn’t be more accurate, with the tranquility of the beach and sand combined with an easy commute into Boston through our shuttle to the Wonderland T-Station.  The luxurious apartments available at Beach House contain beautiful designer touches …

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Press Release  Revere, MA, April 24th, 2018 – Revere Beach Partnership, the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that creates some of Revere’s best-loved events including the Sand Sculpting Festival and Pumpkin Festival, invites you to attend the Revere Beach Kite Festival, Sunday, May 20th from 11AM – 2PM at Revere Beach, across from Kelly’s Roast Beef.  The first 300 kids (under the age of 12) will receive a complimentary kite. Kids will be able to decorate their own kite and then watch it fly! The Revere Beach Kite Festival is a fun, free, family-friendly event. Bring your own kites to fly or come out and enjoy our music, local vendors and more on America’s First Public Beach!  If you would like to join us as a vendor at the event, please reach out to info@reverebeachpartnership.com or 781-902-9742.  photo image shown here by Joe Siciliano The Revere Beach Partnership’s mission is to continue …

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Council Approves Special Permit for Beach Development

Revere Journal Story Sue Woodcock April 6, 2018 Monday night the City Council approved a special permit for a non-conforming use to build a 145-unit apartment development at 320-327 Revere Beach Blvd. on the site of the current Bianchi’s and next to the St. George. Plans call to raze three buildings on the property and then construct a six-story, 145-unit, mixed-use structure. There will be a new restaurant on a café/retail space. There will be 79 studio/one-bedroom units, 66 two-bedroom units and no three-bedroom units. Five stories will be built above podium parking. There will also be parking for 188 cars. There will be a seven-foot buffer zone from the building to the boulevard. There will also be a shuttle bus service and access to zip cars. Attorney Lawrence Simione and the developers have met a few times with the residents of the St. George where much opposition to the …

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