Waltham Massachusetts Nightlife

Tucked away in the Leather District, this retro drinking and dining establishment has closed its doors for good. The popular Allston hangout with its inviting terrace has given way to its new owner, who will expand into the Deep Ellum Room. This grimy party and sports pub is closing and hosting its last party on Saturday 17 June.

This cosy, upscale restaurant in Cambridge creates a summer terrace in a nearby coworking space. This new restaurant and bar on the corner of Main Street and Boston Street will open on June 11 and the last party will be held on Saturday, June 17.

The courtyard will be grazing later in the week on June 8 and will be open all week, with a full menu including wine and beer. The Tavolino's courtyard is open on the corner of Main Street and Boston Street in Cambridge and is open from 6 to midnight on Saturday and Sunday, 7 and 8 June. Darcy's Pub Patio has been open for two years at the intersection of Boston and Main Streets, and the bar's other locations in Boston, Norwell, will reopen on and around June 9. The courtyard was open until 4 June, except for a few days in April and May, but will reopen during the week (6 June).

Saltie Girl's Patio, which stretches around the corner from Newbury and Dartmouth, opened in March and serves a variety of fish dishes. The courtyard of Eataly Boylston Plaza has been open for two years and is open on Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, serving spritzers, pizza, pasta and more.

The South End Italian restaurant opened its courtyard in March, as required by state guidelines, and offers a variety of food and beverages, as well as beer, wine and wine glasses, all permitted under state guidelines. The team is exploring the possibility of extending the courtyard, which is currently only suitable for two people. Yellow Door, the second location, opened in May with a courtyard facing the street, and the expanded courtyard is open on Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, and June 9 and 10, offering a variety of specialties, including a half-price appetizer and a $5 beer menu.

The Boston site will remain closed on Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, and June 9 and 10, while Chestnut Hill will be open daily. The opening hours may change, so check the restaurant's website for updates, but the Smoke Shop has a newly expanded courtyard, as well as a variety of specialties and a $5 beer menu. It is open daily from 12 noon to 10 pm and also on Friday and Saturday from 11 am. M. to midnight, Sunday and Monday from 12: 00 to 21: 00, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10: 00, Thursday and Friday from 13: 00 to 23: 00, Friday, 1 and 3 July, Monday and Tuesday from 14: 00 to 20: 00 and Thursday, 1 August, from 7: 00 to 12: 00 and 9: 00 to 14: 00.

Blazing Paddles Game, and there are a number of restaurants in Cambridge, Somerville and Medford that plan to open terraces as soon as possible. Remember to take the time to try these fantastic restaurants in Waltham Massachusetts and get to know the city better!

The Quincy Center Sports Bar will open its terrace at the corner of Quincy Street and Main Street in Waltham, just blocks from the Quincy Square Shopping Center. The West End sports bar will also open its terrace in the same location as the restaurant (see below) and will open a second courtyard on the west side of the building (just opposite the current location).

In the city, which also houses the Jack and Abby's exhibition, there are a few amusement arcades and pinball machines hidden in the corner. The new Waltham Sports Bar at the Quincy Center Shopping Center, just blocks from Main Street, is a friendly competition for shuffleboards, pinball balls and more.

This bar made it onto our list of the best beer bars in Boston, but today we present a bar that we don't visit that often, but still visit a few times a year. If you've been to the Waltham Sports Bar on Main Street in the Quincy Center, you should stop off at the website. Here are the 14 best bars in Boston that offer great food, great beer and a great atmosphere, which also means lots of fun and lots of opportunities to play on site.

The Fitchburg Line on the MBTA S-Bahn has two stations in the city, Waltham's Brandeis and Roberts Station. As part of Fitchesburg and Boston, it has long acted as a great transit system for WALTHAM residents and visitors.

Waltham is close to 95, 90 and Route 2 and is also a great destination for professionals and students. Exits 26, 27 and 28 are in town, and Massachusetts has a number of great hotels, restaurants, bars, shops and restaurants. Its proximity to Boston, Boston and Boston College has made it one of the great places to raise a family in Massachusetts.

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