Stoneham /ˈstoʊnəm/ is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, six miles north of downtown Boston. Its population was 21,437 at the 2010 census, and its proximity to major highways and public transportation offer convenient access to Boston and the North Shore coastal region and beaches of Massachusetts. The town is the birthplace of Olympic figure-skating medalist Nancy Kerrigan and is the home of the Stone Zoo.
Things to do in Stoneham
4.5 based on 312 reviews
I went to Turner's last evening not realizing that they were closing in 15 minutes because of the Patriots game pending. And they told me that they were only offering the lunch menu.
I was seated in a nice booth and perused the menu (not finding my very favorite item on it). So I asked my waitress if I could get the Newfoundland Finn and Haddie because that is what I came for, even though it was not on the luncheon menu. She said, "of course you can". So I was totally happy with my cup of delicious clam chowder, a lovely Dr. M Reisling wine to start my meal and later the absolutely delectable finn and haddie.
I went home a very happy and delightfully full customer. They went out of their way to accommodate me, the waitress was wonderful and trust me when I say that I will be going back really soon as all their fish is very fresh. They also have the market right there to purchase what ever fresh seafood you desire to take home and being a seafood lover in every way, it is a good place to shop, as well as dine. I believe they also have take out so bring your appetites.....yummmm!
5 based on 53 reviews
Had the best Italian sub there the other day--Old school, piled high with freshly sliced Italian meats (Mortadella, Capicola, Salami, etc.) and finished with olive oil, vinegar and herbs and a variety of toppings (hots, tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, etc.). Bring an appetite, because you will not be able to eat the whole sub in one sitting--great as leftovers as well!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Any time I need tasty treats for a family gathering, special event, or personal craving, I go to Colarusso's Bakery. I can put together a custom variety of pastries or pick up some cupcakes or cookies with seasonal decorations. Fast, friendly service and so many options! The cannolis are stuffed while you wait. My favorite are the éclairs, the pastry cream is outstanding!! My nephew loves the Boston cream pie. Whether you need pies, cakes, cookies or you need some ideas or recommendations, Colarusso's should be your bakery. Reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Following an overnight stay in Woburn, we used Trip Advisor to search for suitable place to eat breakfast nearby and this was suggested. What a find - the staff were so helpful, friendly and welcoming, nothing was too much trouble. We chose a number of dishes from the menu as there were 3 of us but the blueberry pancakes were absolutely out of this world - saucer size, lots of fresh blueberries and maple syrup...... The portion sizes were plentiful as was the coffee and hot tea too. Would definitely recommend this restaurant if you are in the area as the menu had so mush to choose from in terms of breakfast and lunches too.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
THE BEST BREAKFAST IN WAKEFIELD! The Chiuchiolo's use secret family recipes and culinary artisanship with a North End Flair to bring something unique and delicious to every meal on the menu. Only the freshest ingredients are used, and everything is made to order.
Small family owned neighborhood restaurant for great breakfast. I take my family and I meet my friends there Regularly. They have a great selection of delicious breakfast foods.if you intend to go on the weekend I recommend you call head and put your name on there call ahead list it can get very buy worth the wait !! Another perk I heard they just got their liquor license, so you can enjoy Mamosa or Blood Mary !!!!!
4.5 based on 50 reviews
My kids and I went here while visiting the Boston area. They have a nice selection of muffins - we got 6 different varieties to try. They were all just "OK." They either seemed very dry, or very greasy. They were all sweet, but didn't have much flavor other than "sweet." I wouldn't go here again.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
I’m not a breakfast person, so I can’t speak for their breakfasts. However, since the line is out the door and the wait is often an hour or more, I assume breakfast is great. I go often for lunch. I enjoy the daily specials, and the many other menu options. Only been disappointed once- a tasteless lobster roll. I returned it and got refunded. Every other time - nothing but great food!
5 based on 48 reviews
Had to go see the buzz with this ice cream place. It's amazing and having traveled Europe extensively, this place is able to match or equally as good as any ice cream from other countries since they have been around since 1675.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
Visited on a busy Saturday night with a reservation. The menu has an excellent variety of options; ample options when it comes to beer and wine, although be honest, we came for the delicious homemade sangria. Our favorite tapas: Croquetas de Chorizo, meatballs, Gambas (shrimp) ajillo, even the Kobe empanadas were out this world. The flan made for a perfect ending. Ample public parking behind the building; worth the drive from anywhere.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
I approached them for my baby's first birthday party and Mr. Raj and Mr. Pradeep's hospitality pleased all our guest. Food and service was amazing . Prices are reasonable and best place for small parties specially if you are looking for a party place on weekends. I would definitely recommend this place.
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