Friday, May 17, 2013
The new eatery, located in North Waltham, serves pub food.
Copper House Tavern, a new restaurant, has opened in Waltham. The new eatery is located at 380 Winter St. Along with a wide-ranging menu of pub food that includes burgers and pizza, it also offers wine and more than 40 beers, according to an announcement from the restaurants public relations firm. The restaurant is owned by Greg Coughlin, who currently owns Olde Magoun's Saloon in Somerville.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The restaurant will feature fancy Italian food from the owner of Waltham's La Campania.
The owner of a Waltham restaurant plans to open a 60-plus seat restaurant in Belmont. Located in the space once occupied by a shoe repair shop at 436 Common St. in Belmont, La Maione Pizzeria Con Cucina will be an Italian eatery focusing on Neapolitan-style pizza and southern Italian "soul food" from chef John Maione who has owned La Campania in Waltham on Main Street for more than a decade. In his proposal to the town, Maione said he was drawn by the proposed Cushing Village residential and retail development which, itself, is reaching a critical junction in its year-long journey seeking Planning Board approval for a building permit to construct the three-building project. Maione – who put up $40,000 of his own money to start jump the …
Monday, April 22, 2013
The former In A Pickle location on Main Street needs a new tenant.
With In A Pickle recently leaving its Main Street location for a new Moody Street spot, you may have had some thoguths as to what should move into the new spot. The 655 Main St. location sits in the heart of the downtown Waltham district and is surrounded by other retail stores. Also, it is close to public parking and public transporation bus stops. What do you want to see move into the former In A Pickle location? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Check out the top 10 rated restaurants in Waltham based on Yelp! reviews. Did your neighbors get it right?
Websites like Yelp! have empowered the everyday eater to become their local neighborhood's food critic, praising and damning behind the anonymity of a computer screen. So what do your neighbors have to say on Yelp? Based on Yelp!'s highest-rated star ranking, here are the top 10 restaurants in Waltham. Do you agree or disagree with the Yelp! top 10 list? Let us know in the comments' section. For complete Lake Forest News, sign up for our free newsletter, "like" us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Miss a Waltham headline this week? Check out our weekly news roundup.
A Waltham restaurant is expanding to Framingham. A popular Waltham eatery is planning to move to a new location. Waltham Police plan to hold a youth police academy. Brandeis University is investigating a campus police officer for verbal abuse of a student.
Beer, wings and slam dunks! It's tournament time -- here's where to catch all the games.
Don't have enough TV screens to keep up with your March Madness bracket? There are plenty of viewing options in and around Waltham. Stadium Sports Bar & Grill John Brewer's Shopper's Cafe City Streets Too busy to stop by your favorite local sports joint? Download the March Madness Live App to watch on the go from your mobile device. Where are you watching March Madness this year? Tell us in the comments!
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The owner of a Waltham Mexican restaurant plans to open a second location in Framingham on Route 9.
The owner of a Waltham Mexican restaurant plans to open a second location in Framingham on Route 9. Carlos Olmedo, whose family owns and operates Taqueria Mexico in Waltham, said he plans to open a second location at 250 Worcester Rd. The restaurant will occupy the former Top Shelf Restaurant location and the space currently occupied by PC Healthstop, which will be moving across to the street to 255 Worcester Rd., said Marlene Aron of Metrowest Commercial Real Estate. Aron and Fara Khedmaty of Metro Business Brokers, represented the owner of the building, who owns PC Healthstop. Olmedo told Framingham Patch "We have been in business about 25 years. It all started with my grandparents when they came to the states, looking for a better life…
In A Pickle plans to move to a new location on Moody Street.
A Waltham restaurant is planning to move into an empty Waltham store front on Moody Street. In a Pickle has announced it will close its Main Street location and move into 265 Moody St. and hopes to open by the first week of April. The move will fill the former Asian Grill space and leave an empty spot on Main Street, at least temporarily. What do you think of the move? Will it improve Moody Street? Will you still eat there? Share your comments in the box below.
Check out what's happening today in Waltham.
Il Capriccio will host a wine dinner tonight. The Waltham Garden Club will host its March meeting! Today's weather forecast -- 37 degrees with rain and snow. Check out our latest blog from State Sen. Michael Barrett A popular Waltham restaurant has announced it is moving.
Monday, March 18, 2013
The restaurant hopes to open its new location in April.
In A Pickle, a popular Waltham eatery on Main Street, has announced its plans to move to a new location. Take a deep breath -- it is staying in Waltham. According to the its Facebook page, the restaurant plans to move to 265 Moody St. (the former Asian Grill) and hopes to open by the first week of April. The restaurant plans to close its current location on March 25. "Our new location will have double the seating capacity, beer & wine, more comfortable seating, a better atmosphere and a couple of other surprises. We’re all very excited about the move, but sad to leave the storefront where we made a name for ourselves! We could not have done this without the generous support of our loyal customers! So, first and foremost, we thank you! We …