City Square City Sq & Main St, Charlestown, MA02129 Known as "the Gateway to Boston," City Square marks the spot where Charlestown was original settled in the…More 17th Century. The park provides a surprising oasis at a major intersection and offers excellent views of downtown Boston. It features 70 different varieties of trees and perennials, as well as a fountain and monuments to Charlestown veterans and its historic role in the U.S. Navy. The park hosts dozens of civic events and may be used for private functions as well. It is maintained, in part, by the nonprofit organization Friends of City Square Park.
Sullivan's Pub 85 Main St, Charlestown, MA02129 A favorite neighborhood Irish pub, Sullivan's has a full bar, golden tee and ATM. It is located in the heart of…More Charlestown between Thompson and City Squares.
Citibank 20 City Sq, Charlestown, MA02129 Sleek and spacious with a ton of financial services to offer, Citibank sits at a convenient location right on City…More Square. The bank offers all standard financial services. The now international bank was founded in 1812 and opened its branch in Charleston in November 2007.
Sorelle Bakery & Cafe City Square 100 City Sq, Charlestown, MA02129 Sorelle means "sisters" in Italian, which is fitting as this is one of two locations in Charlestown. The larger City…More Square spot is located on the Freedom Trail next to the marina, with ample seasonal outdoor seating. Boasting a spacious inside layout with large windows, it is a very bright and cheery place. Sorelle offers options that will take you from breakfast to an early dinner and everywhere in between. From coffee and tea, to an impressive sandwich and salad selection and many fresh baked goods and pastries, there is something for any time of day. Additionally, they have a beer and wine license and free wireless Internet for customers.
Town Hill Dry Cleaners 10 City Sq, Charlestown, MA02129 Located right on the corner of City Square, Town Hill Dry Cleaners has been in operation for more than ten years. The…More dry cleaning store has numerous branches around the state and focuses its service on alterations, staffing three tailors. Dry and leather cleaning are also provided as well as ironing and washing.
Thompson Square Main St & Austin St, Charlestown, MA02129 Thompson Square provides residents and visitors a place to catch their breath in the middle of a hectic intersection…More along Main Street. It's a small park that pays homage to what once was a bustling corner of commerce for historic Charlestown, but is now a spot where dog owners can take a break with their pets or for neighbors to stop and say hello to each other. From the park, you can get a good look of One Thompson Square, a Victorian Gothic structure built in 1875 just after Charlestown ceased to be an independent city and became part of Boston.
Sorelle Bakery & Cafe 1 Monument Ave, Charlestown, MA02129 With specialties like the Southwest Chicken Sandwich, Grilled Cuban Chicken Sandwich and the Sorelle Club Sandwich,…More it's no wonder why this cozy gem is so popular. Open since 1987, the Sorelle Bakery Cafe is tucked away in between the apartments on quiet Monument Avenue, and only offers a handful of tables and chairs at the counter. The loyal Charlestown crowd that comes in for the morning and lunch rush allowed owner Marc Perelman to open a second branch at City Square.
Charlestown Engine 32 and Ladder 9 is the larger of two firehouses in Charlestown, MA. A part of the…More City's District 3 unit, it sits on the edge of the industrial area that surrounds Sullivan Square.
As an engine company, Engine 32 is the fire fighting part of the company. Firefighters in this unit use hoses to extinguish fires and they also rescue victims. Firefighters in a Ladder 9 provide access to and exit from a burning building; they too rescue victims. Engine 32 responds to approximately 1,000 fire situations per year, Ladder 9, 1,300.
Max and Dylan's City Square 1 Chelsea St, Charlestown, MA02129 Max and Dylan's is a warm and hip restaurant and bar, with an inclusive attitude. Located on the Freedom Trail, right…More next to the North Washington Street bridge, it is convenient for everyone from the after-work crowd to people looking for food and fun before a Garden event, to families with children. There is a kids' menu offering $4.99 meals, which include WikiStix and a full pack of Starburst. The managers make a point to check in with every guest during their visit, as having happy, repeat patrons is their number one priority. The spacious main dining room has 25 tables (no booths) and there are 14 tables in the bar area. The walls are covered with beautiful, large prints of Boston, photographed by a member of their own staff. On-street parking is available, as well as the $7.00 "in by 5pm, out by 7am" Constitution Marina parking lot a few doors down. Brunch is offered on Sundays from 10am until 2pm.