TELL US: What Small Business in Waltham Can You Not Live Without?

Tell us about your favorite local businesses.

While Black Friday may be the official start to the holiday shopping season, Small Business Saturday isn't far behind.

Here in Waltham, shoppers have the opportunity to browse a plethora of local, independently-owned stores in the city. Locals can find much of what they may need either at locally-owned stores or "big box" stores. 

As shoppers gear up for this holiday season and Small Business Saturday, we want to know more about where you find the best products, service and deals in the Waltham community. 

What small business in Waltham can you not live without? Let us know in the comments section below. 

Is it your favorite coffee shop? The friendly hardware store? That fabulous consignment shop where you find amazing deals? Share your favorite Waltham businesses with us.

NWBL November 22, 2012 at 02:00 AM
I have 2 that sort of qualify: The Paper Store on Lexington St. in N. Waltham Fiorella's Restaurant (technically in Newton but right on the line)
d caplin November 22, 2012 at 05:10 AM
Back Pages Books Il Cappriccio Embassey Cinema
Sally Collura November 22, 2012 at 12:40 PM
Thank you Kelly! You and your family are one of Waltham's best and biggest fans! My top picks are many of the ones mentioned in the many comments. Among my favorites are Salem Food Store for great Italian specialty foods, Habaneros Mexican Kitchen, Moe's Southwestern has a yummy salad, CompuStar computer repair on Moody St. for fast, quality computer repair, two that so many of my customers rave about are Happy Feet for foot reflexology (going there soon), and Evolve Salon on Moody St. (Evolve is part of Holiday Prelude. The first 10 customers who mention Holiday Prelude Free Blowdry get a FREE blowdry! I can't remember when I've been to a mall. I like shopping and dining locally. Another perk is that you run into so many neighbors and friends locally.
Marie Daly November 25, 2012 at 04:20 AM
Russo's Market - also technically in Watertown, but right on the line. Johnson Paint on Warren St. Cafe on the Common
Paul Manganelli January 02, 2013 at 05:57 PM
Best Cinnamon Tea ever!


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