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City Streets Restaurant
249 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452
Mon - Fri
11:30 am - 1:00 am
12:00 pm - 1:00 am
12:00 pm - Midnight
Recently recognized by the
Phantom Gourmet
City Streets is an upscale casual pub and restaurant
great for family, friends, a special date or just to
watch the game with some buddies.We specialize in
American cuisine but also offer an eclectic mix of
ethnic foods throughout the year. From our signature
stuffed burgers and sandwiches, to our multiple
sauté items, soups and pasta, steak, chicken and
seafood entrees—there's something for everyone.
And all our dishes are made to order and use the
freshest ingredients.
Our professional bar staff can mix up any classic
cocktail you may be craving, or choose from our
drink menu featuring a unique blend of martinis and
sensational drinks. Plus lots of HD TV's—not a bad
seat in the house! We also can accommodate any
social event/function up to 100 people.
Check out some of our specials:
Sunday and Monday nights after 5 pm
All-You-Can-Eat Wings ($5.00)!
Monday,Tuesday andWednesday nights after 5 pm
Kids Eat Free!
Tuesday night from 8 pm -10 pm – Stump! Trivia
We're proud to be part of the Waltham
community and nothing feels better than to take care
of our friends and neighbors!
Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation
154 Moody Street
Waltham, MA 02453
Thur - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon - Wed Closed
Located on the scenic banks of the Charles River in
the historic 1814 Boston Manufacturing Company
textile mill, the Charles River Museum of Industry and
Innovation's mission is to encourage and inspire
future innovation in America.We do this through our
collections and programs, by exploring the historical
impact of industry on American culture, by examining
the dynamic process of innovation, by celebrating our
location inWaltham as a foundation of the American
industrial revolution, by connecting the expertise of
older generations with the inquisitiveness of young
people, and by delighting audiences of all ages with
an engaging museum experience.
The museum is on the National Register of
Historic Places as America's first factory. Hands-on
exhibits feature American innovation/invention from
1812 to modern day, including the Boston
Manufacturing Company, The Orient Bicycle and
Metz Automobile, the Waltham Watch Factory and
more. In addition, one Sunday each month, gather
with other steampunks, exchange stories and show
off your latest projects.
The museum is also a unique venue to host
private or corporate special events, including
weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, corporate parties and
children's birthday parties. The museum can
accommodate up to 300 guests with flexible
seating/meeting configurations.
$2 off adult admission &
$1 off student/senior admission
with AAA card