Category Archives: Restaurants

Nick’s Pizza House in Wellesley still under renovation

We noticed back in late June that Nick’s Pizza House was closed, and the sign in the window cited renovations as the reason. A call to their Natick location didn’t glean us any additional information, but we’ve heard that there may be a change in ownership coming. Until then, find something to fill the void […]

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Patriots player backs Perdoni family, Old School Pizzeria

WEEI sports reports (via Wellesley’s own Chris Price) that New England Patriots linebacker Rob Ninkovich is continuing to support the Perdoni family in the wake of Joe Perdoni, Jr.’s death earlier this year. Ninkovich has been a regular at Perdoni’s Old School Pizzeria in Wellesley Square, and had the Perdoni family as guests at the […]

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Update: Green’s Hardware and Nick’s House of Pizza

Green’s Hardware, which briefly closed to deal with ceiling repairs, is back open as of today. So if you’ve been procrastinating about getting your own household repairs done because you didn’t want to schlep all the way to Home Depot for supplies, no more excuses. A little further down Washington St., a sign on the […]

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Wellesley pizza place under renovation

I was shopping over by Nick’s Pizza House at 263 Washington St. and saw that it was closed for remodeling, according to a sign in the window. The sign at the long-time pizza joint, located near Marathon Sports and Your French Gift, didn’t give a hint about when it might reopen. If it’s typically Nick’s […]

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Restaurant review: sneaking over the Wellesley border to Heritage in Sherborn

Only for you, dear readers, would I force my family to leave Wellesley and cross over into the wilds of Sherborn. I know, I know, I’m the one who says, “Sherborn? They’re dead to us,” if anyone dares suggest that we expand our horizons just a tad by covering events in other towns. And strictly […]

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What’s next, the Swellesley Report Cafe?

Boston’s buzzing over the new Townsman restaurant, er, brasserie, on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, though of course Wellesley-ites wonder if there might be a local angle to this new eatery whose name is the same as our grand old town newspaper. And indeed, there is a local angle to Townsman, whose owners previously ran the […]

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Pastry section now open at Tutto Italiano in Wellesley Square

Tutto Italiano in Wellesley Square isn’t standing pat. Last year they started selling wine. Now they’ve opened a pastry section at the front of the store, as we previewed earlier this year.

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Wellesley Historical Society to honor Capt. Marden & family

Keith Marden and family will be feted at the Wellesley Historical Society’s Spring Celebration at Wellesley Country Club on May 15. The evening will feature cocktails, music, historical displays, a buffet dinner, a video of the Marden family story, and both silent and live auctions. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Historical Society, which […]

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