Downtown Boston comprises the Financial District, Government Center, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and many of the main attractions Boston is known for. The old State House is nestled between high-rise modern buildings in the Financial District, and the brutalist-style City Hall dominates Government Center, with its plaza that hosts concerts and street festivals throughout the year. The tourist center of Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplaces, with a multiplicity of restaurants, stores, attractions and historic sites, forms the northern part of the area. Downtown Crossing is in the midst of a revitalization as a commercial district, and forms the northern edge of the Theatre District with its recently revived Art Deco venues, the Orpheum, the Paramount and the Modern; the Boston Opera House sits between them on Washington Street. Numerous restaurants, wine bars, department stores and nightclubs dot the area as well, and especially on weekends, the area bustles with life day and night.