The weather may be getting colder, but Boston’s nightlife is only heating up. And as hotel occupancy is quickly moving back to pre-Covid levels, the city is humming with new restaurants, concert venues, and more. Here are three of our top spots to head to this fall.

For the music fanatics, as of March Boston has become home to Roadrunner, an industrial music hall in Brighton. The 3,500-person venue houses six bars, a 50,000-square-foot concert room, multilevel viewing, and a 60-foot stage that’s seen the likes of Olivia Rodrigo and Leon Bridges.

MGM Music Hall is another new music venue to grace Boston and will open this month in Fenway. Sitting right next to the country’s oldest ballpark, the 5,000-person venue subtly mimics its design, while also housing state-of-the-art concert amenities. James Taylor, Chris Stapleton, Bruno Mars, and Lil Nas X are already on the roster, so check out the autumn schedule now.

For a luxurious pre-show dinner, check out La Royal, a new restaurant in Cambridge’s Huron Village boasting a Peruvian and Salvadorian-inspired menu. Get ready for perfectly spiced dishes and pisco cocktails.

Finally, the Tall Ship is a part floating oyster bar part adult playground on East Boston’s waterfront. This 245-foot vessel has a raw bar and sushi galore and the dock right next to it houses lawn games, frozen cocktails, and food stalls.

Flying into Logan Airport? GO Boston is ready to get you and your party to your hotel safely and on time. Our experienced chauffeurs are also available to take you out on the town — whether it’s to the city’s hottest new restaurant or a trip upstate.