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Summertime at 25 on the Common

July 11th, 2013

John Pardee, the owner of the Grafton Inn (Photo/Nathan Fillers)

Grafton – When summer arrives, you don’t want to waste a moment indoors if you can avoid it. The best place to have a meal al fresco is at 25 on the Common restaurant at the Grafton Inn. The patio is lovely, the food is outstanding, and it overlooks the Grafton Common center, which has live music once a week during the summer.

Dining guide ads, June 28 edition

June 30th, 2013

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Here are the dining guide ads for the June 28 edition: Open publication – Free publishing

Dining guide ads, June 14 edition

June 15th, 2013

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Here are the dining guide ads for the June 14 edition: Open publication – Free publishing

Summertime at Harry’s

June 13th, 2013

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Westborough – It is easy to picture what a popular hangout Harry’s was in past eras. With the drive-in behind it, you can almost see the old cars lined up outside and the people lined up at the counter inside, enjoying burgers or milkshakes. Harry’s is the kind of place that many consider “our place.” It just has that feel to it.

Dining Guide, May 31 issue

May 31st, 2013

Here is the Dining Guide for May 31:

Main Street Café: Neighborhood gathering place in downtown Marlborough

May 30th, 2013


Marlborough—The Main Street Café is a classic neighborhood spot, the kind of place where politicians come to meet local voters, and its owners view it as part of the renaissance of downtown Marlborough.

Dining guide ads, May 17 edition

May 17th, 2013

Here are the dining guide ads for the May 17 edition

Authentic Italian at A.J. Tomaiolo’s

May 16th, 2013

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Northborough—Every town should have a restaurant like A.J. Tomaiolo’s Italian Restaurant. The restaurant, which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, is owned and operated by three sisters, a brother and their father. They are dedicated to serving fresh, authentic Italian food to their community.

Dining guide ads, May 3 edition

May 3rd, 2013

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Here are the dining guide ads for the May 3 edition

Yoong Tong Thai Restaurant: Family-owned restaurant offers both Thai, sushi

May 2nd, 2013


Northborough—Celebrate Mother’s Day with dinner at Yoong Tong, and your family will be warmly welcomed by the extended Sahasakmontri family, with brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews making sure both food and service are outstanding.

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