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If you'd like to work off those calories while still in Newton Centre, the free Sunday Evening Heritage Festivals are the perfect choice. Bring your lawn chairs and be ready to dance. from July 11 Aug. 1.
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Do you need a rest? Drive east along Commonwealth Avenue past Newton's enormous City Hall and bountiful library (located on Homer Street). Turn left onto Walnut Street, where a statue of famed local favorite marathon runner Johnny Kelley stands facing the infamous Heartbreak Hill.
Or, maybe you'll need that energy to paddle along the renowned Charles River on a guided trip under the moonlight or anytime while renting the vessels from Charles River Canoe and Kayak.
Another place to grab some R after your walk is Crystal Lake. Sit on a bench, atop a rock or on the grass along the shore near the corner of Lake Avenue and Lakewood Road. Admire the view as you listen to the faint rumbling of the MBTA Green Line train across the water.
right onto Dexter Street, and a peaceful vista of Bullough's Pond will appear. This haven offers park benches on which to rest and admire the beauty while birds serenade.
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Walk east for a couple blocks and you'll see the large white and blue sign marking one of Newton's cultural gems at 1296 Washington St. The West Newton Cinema's six screens are set in classic style small theaters and show mostly foreign and independent films. Built in 1937, the theater underwent renovations in 1978.
A proud member of the staff states that the most popular dish is the pulled pork, with more than 200 portions served daily. Be sure to avoid rush hour dining times, as the stools will fill up at this popular spot.
O'Hara's Food Sprits, the ultra popular local Irish pub, can't be missed because of the beckoning hanging flowers along its 1185 Walnut St. entrance. The Nachos Grande are a meal in themselves for two.
If you're ready to eat, drink and be happy, simply head to the charming village of Newton Highlands and you'll have more than you can handle.
After any of the above, a gourmet coffee at the quaint, locally owned Lincoln Street Coffee at 15 Lincoln St. will hit the spot. And to hit the sweet spot, walk across the street to Indulge, a sweet shop for all ages.
Blue Ribbon BBQ at 1375 Washington St. offers authentic, Texas style barbecue served on a cozy, elbow to elbow dining room counter. Low to the ground stools stand atop a checkered floor, while antique jars and license plates line the wall.
"It's a jewel because it's a relatively small area to be able to go from beautiful playgrounds to Crystal Lake," said Linda Plaut, director of the mayor's office Versace Belt Real for cultural affairs.
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The easy decision is whether or not to make the trip. The hard decision is how to fit all that Newton has to offer from its caldron of culture and beauty into one day
"It's a beautiful picnic area with access to the water to dip your feet," Plaut said.
orchestras, museums and much more. Newton's several villages contain authentic, award winning barbecue, free concerts in the many parks and a classic, independent movie theater.
Sol Azteca, a Mexican restaurant at 75 Union St., and Sapporo, a Japanese and Korean eatery at 81 Union St., border a small, colorful, basement level courtyard.
If an off road walk is desired, head to Cold Spring Park at 1200 Beacon St. A trail circles around the park mostly under trees passing streams, a field and outdoor exercise equipment. Plan on about 30 minutes to complete the loop, depending on your pace.
For a walk that's manageable in distance yet full of beautiful architecture and greenery, start on Exeter Street off the 1500 block of Commonwealth Avenue yes, the road along which thousands of world class runners jaunt each April during the Boston Marathon.
Children are entertained with free performances such as a mime theatre and children's songs at the Newton Centre Playground, Tyler Terrace. on Tuesdays in July.
Although classified as a city, Newton has no high rises or highways. And as for crime, it has been voted "America's Safest City" more than once by Morgan Quinto Press, a Kansas based publishing and research company.
The delicious aroma of freshly baked New York style bagels greets you as you descend into Rosenfeld's Bagels, one of the most popular morning stops in Newton, Mass., below street level in Piccadilly Square at 1280 Centre St.
Who would have thought that a barely noticeable, tiny alleyway in Newton Centre would lead to a hidden dining treasure representing opposite sides of the world?
trees, take a right onto Berkeley Street. Then turn right onto Prince Street, where you'll walk aside real gas fueled streetlights lining the sidewalks alongside breathtaking homes. Turn right again onto Chestnut Street, which will lead back to Commonwealth Avenue. A final right will return you to Exeter to complete this walk in less than a mile.
When you need to count on a quick, quality meal in order to be in your movie seat before the previews start, Washington Street in West Newton presents the perfect combination.
The casual yet classy Baker's Best cafe at 27 Lincoln St. offers prepared specialty foods such as Mediterranean chicken kebobs for eat in or take out delight.
Maybe you'd rather take in the prix fixe menu choices at the upscale 51 Lincoln just down the street.
Be sure to load up your sunflower bagel with plenty of cream cheese and lox, because you'll need ample energy for a stroll along a section of the Boston Marathon route.
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