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Justin Cambria
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Milton, MA
Milton, MA - New York, Vermont, Sydney
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I disagree with the other reviews of this place - it is a very good squash shop (I can't vouch for the tennis piece as I don't play or use it for that side of things). The guy who I think is the owner isn't the friendliest person on first meeting, but as you get to know him he is very open about prices, their ordering costs, and his business, and he gives very good recommendations on gear. Furthermore, they string rackets fast and are spot on with that. Not to mention they are the best, if not only, shop in the area that consistently stocks the best quality in squash rackets, shoes, goggles, and balls, and can speak to whether they are good or not. City Sports may beat their prices by a small amount, but if you need specialized gear and help with squash, this is your spot in Boston.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
We've really benefitted as a company going from virtual office space to having a home with Geek offices - it is affordable, and nicely located amongst the culinary wonderland of Inman Square. Plus, there is a fair amount of parking on the nearby streets - a luxury in Boston. The Chief Geek, John Smith, is a fine fellow, too. I recommend Geek Offices to any new company that wants to break the rut of working at home in sweats and invest in a space where you can get some daily face time with your colleagues and have a sapce to hold meetings and such.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Exceptionally fresh and inventive food, but over the top expensive. The formal service and michelin star atmosphere are not really to my taste, I like more laid back places. All the same, some of the dishes were amazing. Some were just weird for weridness' sake, though.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Went twice around the time of the opening - they didn't have it together yet. The food was decent, but pricey for the neighborhood and the service was quite bad.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
6 reviews
Best Italian deli in Boston, amazing imported Italian delicacies, home made chicken parm, and the BEST sausage you'll ever taste. Locally & family owned, too. Tel Emilio I sent you, he'll smile & laugh.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
A Milton pizza institution, Greek style pizza and decent subs at bargain prices. A proper American grease festival.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago