Middleboro Things to Do
Hey, they've got more than just ice cream. Dairy Queen ("DQ") is known for their burgers and other miscellaneous items, but they're well known for their Blizzards, their frozen non-fat yogurt with pieces of candy blended into it.They've got great tasting low-fat frozen yogurt. A medium size Blizzard goes for about $3more
This place has amazing home-made ice cream. People drive miles from towns away to come here for this ice cream. And you can taste the difference....Ok, so it's not fat-free... Live it up and enjoy yourself just this once. Try a couple flavors and you'll love it. It's better to have tasted and tried, than to not to have ever tried at all.Check out...more
5 Hotels in Middleboro
20 Reviews and Opinions
43 Harding Street, Middleboro, MA, 02346
Good for: Solo
4 CHALET ROAD, Middleboro, MA 02346
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Couples
This place is right off Exit 4 from I-495, so it's very convenient to get to. And it's almost right...more
Located on Rt 28 south of Rt 105 by ~1/2 mile, The Tuscan House is an Italian restaurant with good prices and decent service. The food doesn't taste like it's from The Olive Garden or any other "chain" Italian restaurant, if you know what I mean. It's better than that! The menu includes sections as follows: appetizers, Insalate (salads & soups),...more
Do you know that the meat patties that go into all of BK's sandwiches are broiled, and this allows the saturated fat to drip out. This makes your burger a LOT healthier than burgers you get elsewhere! At other places, the meat patty sits on a hot, flat metal surface, and the meat and fat cook together, and then the bun acts like a sponge and it...more
This place has something for everyone. In fact, most people who come here usually leave with left-overs and about half of them are overweight. Good dinners, great all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, and plenty of seating, for a price that isn't that expensive.They have a good lunch menu, they're open 7 days a week, and they have a Sunday Brunch...more
This place has a decent lunch and dinner menu, and LOTS of dessert possibilities!!If you're coming from the Cape, it's a great place to stop and get ice cream.. There's no drive thru, but I'm sure it will help keep the kids quiet in the car for a while... until the sugar kicks in! Ha!! :o)This chain was first started by the Blake brothers, and they...more
This place always has a full parking lot, which to me is a sign of a good eating establishment. The dinner prices are fabulous, the variety on the menu is terrific, the service is very good, the environment is nice, and overall, I'd go back. It is a family business and it has been handed down thru the family. Serving size is "just right". I had a...more
This place is the "stereotypical" diner, as it has the 50's appearance with the chromed metal both outside and inside. The parking lot is huge and it's usually packed. I went there for breakfast, and the line was to the door! I waited about 20 minutes to finally get seated, but it was worth the wait. A good sign of a good place is how busy the...more
When you enter, go towards the left and you'll reach the bar. They have a great bar, and there's always somewhat of a crowd there. They've got TV's there and a lot goes on.
If you go there and decide to eat dinner, you can always eat dinner there, too!
Dress Code: Casual and up, but definitely not semi-formal.Related to:
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When you're going to the Post Office from the highway, you can turn left BEFORE the light, go to the end of the street, make a right turn and the parking lot is "right there" on your right. This way is a lot less congested (fewer cars parked on the street & less people crossing) and faster.
Alternatively, you can make the left turn at the light, but you have to go slow and left turn it to get to the street to where the post office parking lot is anyway.
This store has almost everything. From hardware, to regular auto parts like windshield wipers, oil and filters, to paint supplies, garden supplies, barbeque supplies, toiletries, tape, toys, gum, and miscellaneous crap that'll make you wonder just how fast a couple hours can fly by.. This is the place to wonder!
This place is across the street from the Post Office in Middleboro, next to the Sovereign Bank.
What to buy: You can buy almost any miscellaneous item you can think of. A good place to just look, and you might find a good price on something, almost guaranteed when you go in.
What to pay: 10-20 bucks for whatever.. Know your prices.Related to:
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