A small old theatre with great independent and some mainstream movies, good prices. Lots of eateries, bakeries, cafes, everything you could possibly need. Quaint neighborhood surrounding the square. Free parking.
Stop in...have a bite and a drink...catch a flick...enjoy regular traffic and stores..Dedham Sq still does the job and is always growing and reinventing...
If you are in Boston and want to experience another side of New England take the Orange line to Forest Hills and take the 34 or 35 bus to Dedham Square. Plan you trip to come late afternoon and make a day of it. Start with coffee, pastry or an ice cream - take your snack one of the many... 更多
I mean, it's the crossroads of Dedham, so I've been through here dozens of time. Traffic patterns are awful, the crosswalks are scary for pedestrians, but it does help you get from point A to point B!
We love coming to Dedham Square. There are tons of places to eat, you have your pick of cuisine! Our favorite place to hang out on a Friday night after work.
If you are staying in Dedham, than you are bound to pass this place while driving around in this town. The place is slow paced and does not require extensive sightseeing.They are courts. Its very lively and fun to walk around. Its also central..Its closer to the community center..Lots of restaurant.You do get a feel that its a little small... 更多
The Town of Dedham spent 6.1 Million Dollars to "improve" Dedham Square. The traffic pattern is horrible too many traffic lights too close to each other. You must pay for on street parking in "pay stations" that don't work half the time. One benefit, Free Parking in the Town Lot. Besides, there is nothing in Dedham Square a couple of... 更多
Well, perhaps not all that historic but a nice place to visit nonetheless. The key is that Dedham is the county seat. So if you walk up High Street and visit the Norfolk Superior Court (on the left, not the district court on the right) you'll see where Saco and Vanzetti were tried. In the lower level of the court,... 更多