Tyngsborough (also spelled Tyngsboro) is a town in northern Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Tyngsborough is 28 miles (45 km) from Boston along the Route 3 corridor, and located on the New Hampshire state line. At the 2010 census, the town population was 11,292.
Things to do in Tyngsboro
4.5 based on 543 reviews
Fifties Diner Serving Breakfast, Lunch. Best Eggs Benny Around!!Homemade Cinnamon Roll French Toast! Sweet Potato Pancakes, 40 Omelets (Pastrami & Swiss Cheese), Gluten Free Waffles & More!!
Great place, awesome food and service. We we lucky to find this place, thanks to trip advisor. We ordered Eggs Benedict and Greek Omelet ?
4.5 based on 74 reviews
What a terrific find! We chanced upon the Sullivan Farms Homemade Ice Cream establishment as we were exiting Tyngsboro, and we were thrilled that we found it. There were a huge variety of flavors available; and, they served ice cream, sherbets, no-sugar added ice cream, and yogurts. We each got two very generous scoops of ice cream and were able to try four different flavors. They were delicious!
4.5 based on 186 reviews
In 1984, local owners teamed up to open the first T-BONES Great American Eatery in Salem. Its success led to four more locations over the next two decades - Hudson, Bedford, Derry, and Laconia. More than 25 years later, guests still love the casual, family-friendly atmosphere and "made-from-scratch" approach to food that T-BONES is known for. A continual winner of "Best Of" awards throughout the state, T-BONES proudly serves hand-cut premium reserve steaks, fresh prime seafood, sandwiches, and classic American dishes
The food and staff are always good and friendly. You can never go wrong if everyone is in the mood for something different.... If you want to go hang with friends or family..T-Bones has what everyone wants...Thank you Sherry for the kind words! We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 206 reviews
Felt very tropical when walking in. Waitress was very pleasant and food was was different, much better than your typical American cuisine. I had lunch special with seafood chowder and lobster and shrimp quesadilla, just right size. Also more traditional sandwiches and fries or salad are also available. I would like to try their happy hour and dinner sometime soon.
4.5 based on 222 reviews
First the coffee is AZAMING!!! you have a lot of options and the staff are very helpful with making the correct choice that best suits your taste buds.
Now for the House made Granola bars....can you a slice of HEAVEN!!!
Looking forward to my next trip to Nashua if only to re-visit Pressed Café.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
The service was here was just OK. I felt like our server didn't check on us enough. As for the food, I enjoyed my chicken chimichanga. I think they forgot to give me rice with my side of refried beans (everyone else got rice along with beans on their dishes). The chips and salsa were decent. My mother-in-law hoped the margarita would be stronger, but I liked it and it's effects (I'm a lightweight when it comes to drinking). I would come here again if in the area, but I wouldn't go out of my way to come here.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Yes, I realize “poor” is a bit harsh, but I will defend this “lone” Eve rating. First, having to keep calling with ever-changing orders was distressing, as they DO NOT publish (an available only) New Years Eve menu. Although we were able to choose our...MoreApologize for the disappointment. We will take it seriously and improve our services. Happy New Year!
4 based on 105 reviews
Catena di Steak house al confine tra il MA e il NH
My husband waited quite some time for the waitress to greet us but we ordered 2 drinks.It was a very long wait,and the place was not busy.I ordered the grill chicken and potatoes and asked for gravy,but the gravy only came on the potato,but not the chicken,which was delicious,but a little dry..I asked,he waitress if I could have some gravy,and she did bring it to me.I did enjoy the meal.She never came to the table to check on us,and we had to flag her down to order some donuts.Our table was never cleared of the plates,till we were ready to leave.We waited a long time for the bill.We will probably return,because we have been there many times,but hope service gets better
4 based on 240 reviews
Quick lunch with appetizers- chicken lettuce wrap, steak & cheese rolls, nachos and their delicious bread & dipping.
The food here is reliable and good. I come back for the food. If I could get it from the kitchen myself, which you almost need to, it’s be 5 stars.
Why is it each time I’m here, servers are stone faced? Beverly Hills restaurants have smiling faces- so the “I don’t need to be here vibe” can go. Our server was more interested in gossiping with another server about someone who worked there previously.
Server takes the order, seemingly annoyed, another person brings food. Then to get things to go, server tosses some to go containers our way to fill. I had to ask for a bag for 3 containers so my father (just out of the hospital) could juggle them easily.
There’s good food in many places, so this service is a turn off. I’m done with this place for that reason alone.
3.5 based on 106 reviews
Press release -
TYNGSBORO -- Carrabba's Italian Grill closed permanently on Feb. 15, according to a press spokeswoman from the restaurant's parent company.
The eatery located at 386 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, is one of 43 restaurants deemed underperforming by Bloomin' Brands, which in addition to Carrabba's owns Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse.
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