SpringHill Suites Boston Peabody

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

43 Newbury Street, US Highway 1 North, Peabody, Massachusetts, 01960, United States
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Jewish deli or restaurant in Boston

by samtin

Are there any good Jewish delsi or restaurants in Downtown or Cambridge. My Dad is visiting in September and loves a nice corned beef (or to Brits that's a salt beef) sandwich. All I have been able to identify is S&S on Cambridge Ave. Is it any good or can anyone recommend any where good?

Thanks,
Sam from England

Re: Jewish deli or restaurant in Boston

by ForestqueenNYC

I don't know, but I will ask a friend of mine who lives there if she knows. Does it have to be a Jewish deli or are you just looking for a good corned beef sandwich?

You could also check chowhound.com.

Re: Jewish deli or restaurant in Boston

by ForestqueenNYC

Here are two discussions on chowhound. One is on Jewish delis and the other on corned beef in Boston.

http://www.chow.com/search?query=jewish+delis&board_name=Greater+Boston+Area&from_date=1+year+ago&search_board_id=12&type=Topic

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/365057

Re: Jewish deli or restaurant in Boston

by dnwitte

The S and S is perfectly OK but maybe a bit overrated. And I was distressed to discover some years ago that you can't get a beer at 7:00 am.
The nearby suburb of Brookline is a heavily Jewish area and absolutely heaving with what you're looking for. Just Google 'Brookline Jewish Delis' and you'll get a comprehensive listing, and most of the venues are accessible by streetcar from downtown in a half hour or so.

Re: Jewish deli or restaurant in Boston

by alansm

Zaftigs at Coolidge Corner in Brookline is exactly what you are looking for.

Travel Tips for Boston

Revere Beach North Shores Finest Beach

by johnrusso

Revere Beach is a beautiful beach that has undergone a complete renovation over the past few years. The boulevard now features extended walkways, old fashion light poles (50's style), trees, fine Italian style dining at Antonia's Restaurant ( http://www.antoniasatthebeach.com ) the world famous original Kelly's Roast Beef (http://www.kellysroastbeef.com/) the annual Sand Sculpting Festival ( http://www.reverebeachpartnership.com/nessf07/index.htm ) impressive high rises such as the Breaker's Condominium with gorgeous panoramic ocean views from every room ( http://www.RevereCondo.com ) and the soon to be built Ocean Club ( http://www.liveatoceanclub.com ) the water testing shows this beach to have significantly cleaner water than the beaches on the south shore and the sand is filtered and cleaned regularly by the D.C.R. the beach is a national historic landmark and among the nicest beaches in the Boston Area to visit. With fine dining, famous fast food, sand sculpting, clean sand and water and endless events along the boulevard the completely renovated Revere Beach easily earns 5 stars. Visiting Revere Beach just north of the city

A beautiful park for nature lovers

by Laura_Mexico

Coming soon! This is a beautiful landscape (except for the weather, cause it made the picture look gray) of the little lake in Boston Public Garden and the buildings on the background, I love the contrast there is between nature and the city, all within a few meters... I bet this park must look wonderfully beautiful in the summer and fall time, with the trees full of colorful foliage and flowers everywhere!

When in Boston make sure...

by Globies

When in Boston make sure you'll pack your walkingshoes!! This is a wonderful city so see on foot! Beautiful old buildings, Faneuil Hall, the Cheers cafe, Hancock tower with an amazing view, the romantic swan boats in the public garden, the harbour with great views, North End makes you feels like you're in Italy... Too much, you just have to see everything!!! A lot of people may think it is too touristic but we did like the Freedom Trail. It is a good way to see a lot of the city eventhrough sometimes you'd wish there weren't that many tourists, haha! Have to say that the trail does not cover all of the good places to see so you don't have to stick to the red line on the street. Also very interesting is the African Meeting House. We happended to meet a ranger there who gave abundant information about the museum and exhibition areas. Beacon Hill and Back Bay must not be forgotten to been seen. Beautiful houses and streets.Also the area around Copley Square is worth seeing. We also visited the museum of fine arts, which is easy to get to by streetcar if you've had enough of walking. The only thing we missed -and much regretted-the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum... So we have to come back for that...

Boston is meant for walking....

by Tal_A

Boston is meant for walking. This is a remarkably compact city whose labyrinthine streets will delight the stroller, although they can -- and often do -- push drivers over the edge. An hour's stroll will take you from sites in the North End to Beacon Hill's mansions. You can explore the country's oldest public park, the Boston Common, in the morning, tour a Back Bay Victorian in the afternoon, and in the evening dine on Szechuan seafood in Chinatown or gnocchi in the North End. One of the joys of wandering Boston is absorbing the character of each neighborhood. Beacon Hill exudes power, prestige, and history; in the Old West End, time seems to zoom by and then, a minute later, magically stand still; Bostonians love to hate the sometimes antiseptic Government Center; the North End is a haven for Italian restaurants; Charlestown remains a predominantly Irish-American enclave; the downtown area features historic sights in a thoroughly 'Manhattanized' locale; Back Bay remains a living museum of urban Victorian residential architecture; the gentrified South End is an anomaly of planning and architecture; and hope springs eternal for a World Series pennant at Fenway Park.
Cambridge -- technically a city west of Boston, but more a collection of neighborhoods -- has a long history as a haven for freethinkers, writers, activists, and iconoclasts. All streets in Cambridge inevitably lead to Harvard Square, an essential stop on your Boston tour.Here's our highly selective list of the very best things to see and do.

FESTIVALS AND FEASTS

by moiraistyx

The residents of the North End are infamous for the festivals the hold in honor the patron saints of different regions in Italy. These festivals, also known as feasts, have been taking place for over 90 Years. They take place during the summer on weekends. Residents and visitors pour into the streets during these celebrations.

I am posting the 2006 schedule, when the 2007 schedule becomes available I will update the information.

July 2, 2006
Maria del Graze Society
Procession

July 9, 2006
St. Rocco Society
Procession

July 16, 2006
St. Domenic Society
Procession

July 28 - 30, 2006
St. Joseph Society
Feast Celebration
Battery & Hanover Streets

August 4 - 6, 2006
St. Agrippina di Mineo Society
Feast Celebration
Battery & Hanover Streets

August 11 - 13, 2006
Madonna Della Cava Society
Feast Celebration
Battery & Hanover Streets

August 17 - 20, 2006
95th Annual Fisherman's Feast of the
Madonna Del Soccorso di Sciacca Society of Boston
Feast Celebration
Fleet & North Streets

August 24 - 26, 2007
87th Annual Saint Anthony's Feast of
San Antonio Di Padova Da Montefalcione, Inc.
Feast Celebration
Thatcher & Endicott Streets

August 27, 2007
St. Lucy Society
Feast Celebration
Thatcher & Endicott Street

September 10, 2006
Santa Rosalia Di Palermo Society
Procession I have been to the St. Anthony's Feast, it is absolutely amazing.

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 SpringHill Suites Boston Peabody

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Address: 43 Newbury Street, US Highway 1 North, Peabody, Massachusetts, 01960, United States