Freedom is a beautiful thing.
As in, the freedom to eat steak, drink wine, and belt out an ear-splitting karaoke version of "Proud to Be an American" through Boston Harbor.
You may call that being a patriot. We call it Steakcation.
It's not in any history book, but we're pretty sure our Founding Fathers would have approved of this new Fourth of July tradition featuring a harbor cruise based around our inherent love of steak, with beefy bites provided by chef Michael Scelfo of your soon-to-be favorite new restaurant Alden & Harlow.
And as much as it pains us to say, the French kind of did help us out just a wee bit during the Revolution. Pay tribute by sampling a variety of French vintages provided by sponsor Wines of France.
With your heart swelling with national pride (and wine), you'll be safe enough distance from land to grab the mic for a passionate karaoke rendition of "Born in the U.S.A." Or at least a Whitney Houston-worthy national anthem.
On second thought, maybe too much freedom's not so beautiful.