Sullivan Square Community Garden Main St & Bunker Hill St, Charlestown, MA02129 For more than 30 years, the Sullivan Square Community Garden has provided a peaceful buffer between a residential and an…More industrial area. Its 63 plots are assigned to and maintained by volunteer gardeners from Charlestown, who grow vegetables and hundreds of varieties of flowers and perennials. At the height of the growing season, the garden is lush and visitors are welcome to explore it through meandering paths. Local residents can sign up for a plot. A waiting list is posted at the garden as well as on the Gardens for Charlestown website.
Louisburg Gardens 50 Terminal St, Charlestown, MA02129 Louisburg Gardens provides interior and exterior landscaping services for clients in Charlestown. The company is also…More skilled in holiday and seasonal displays for homes or businesses. To schedule an appointment and for more information about the services offered, you can call the number listed.
Conveniently located by the Charlestown Navy Yard and the Constitution historical site, Pilgrim Parking has very low…More prices relative to the rest of Boston's garages. It also offers discounts for those going to events at the TD Bank Garden.
Pilgrim Parking is the dedicated garage for Nautica Apartments and Condominiums.
Charlestown Ace Hardware 5 Austin St, Charlestown, MA02129 Charlestown Ace Hardware carries paint from brand Benjamin Moore. The store has trained specialists standing by to…More advise customers in finding and selecting the best colors and type. In addition, customers will find more than just paint, with other departments, such as plumbing, automotive, hardware, housewares, lawn and garden, tools and electrical. They also will be able to receive services for screen repair, key cutting, knife and scissor sharpening, wood cutting and recycling for batteries, CFLs and mercury thermostats.
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.