Holliston is a New England town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States in the Greater Boston area. The population was 13,547 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Massachusetts region, located due west of Boston, that is known as the MetroWest. Holliston is the only town in Middlesex County that borders both Norfolk and Worcester counties.
Things to do in Holliston
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Outpost Farm has been there for many years; the quality has always been the same: highest ingredients, highest quality. Stop in for a homemade Turkey sandwich, exactly as you like it, including freshly homemade stuffing. We bought two homemade pies: apple and pecan, both were incredible and very reasonably priced. Fresh veggies were available as we visited again in August. Their corn was the best of the season. Lots of other unique items are available; Can also get ice cream in the summer. If you order a Turkey with all the fixins' for Thanksgiving, be read for the crowds doing the same and allow lots of time for pickup but it is worth it.
4 based on 34 reviews
I'm here almost every morning getting coffee and bagels. The staff is extremely friendly, clean, inexpensive and many choices. Great choices for both hot and iced coffee. At times order my lunch as well from here. I totally recommend the Turkey club on a wrap.....excellent sandwich and very filling. I love stopping there, seeing all the smiling faces I the morning. Great for families as well. Highly recommending it to anyone.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
First off, we go out of our way to come here for muffins and we’ve never been disappointed. My favorite is the lemon poppyseed.
However today we tried it for lunch and we were a little bit disappointed. There were not a lot of choices for types of meat, basically ham and Turkey. There was not a lot of meat on the sandwich. And I found a twist tie in my sandwich so that mean someone wasn’t very careful.
4 based on 8 reviews
I never really distinguished between Dunkin Donuts' before, but my granddaughter went into this Holliston DD and commented how nice the inside was, including a fireplace. Nice! Local workers with great attitude and friendly service. Orders were fast and accurate. Inside not a crowded as drive-through so advise walking in. Easy to pull out to the right, but turning left onto Rt. 16 is a problem in the morning.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
Perfect find on a hot day! Cute decor, and catchy name. They had a great assortment of flavors. And, unlike some places lately, they actually had staff on the floor offering free samples. My favorite flavor was Cable Car Chocolate; it was very delicious. Price was reasonable, and they had a really great assortment of fruit toppings. Water for only $1 was much appreciated on a hot day too. The only negative is the parking area. Very difficult to find a spot, and when you do, it's angled and cramped. I wasn't sure I'd be able to get out of the car! Maybe go when it's a less busy time (my friend and I went on a Saturday afternoon) and you'll have no issues with parking and get to try their delicious frozen yogurt.
4 based on 131 reviews
First time there 8pm. We were told it would be 45 min. wait. Ok. I informed them we would be at the bar area out back. I asked how will we know our table it ready. They stated we will come get you. Sat outside and had a drink. there were tables with customers outside. Twice a person came out and asked for a certain party..not ours...ok. About 45 min. goes by so I went inside to the hostess. As I walked in I noticed the place was preety empty. I asked the hostess if we had a table..she said oh..we called you a long time ago??? I said we have been sitting outside and never was called. She stated "well the bartender has a loud voice, you should have heard him"???? I said we were outside and no one ever called our name? Oh we can sit you now. 9pm. Inside was very nice. I got the scallops. Not that great.... they where very dry. Beer selection was limited. The other meal a chicken dish was ok. Unfortunately it was not as we expected. AND PLEASE FIX THE SQUEAKY DOOR TO THE KITCHEN..THAT WAS ANNOYING. Probably would not venture there again.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
My daughter introduced us to Twist where she goes for lunch with a friend who needs gluten free foods. The food is great! You can get salads, sandwiches, and desserts, maybe lots more, but that's been our choices. You'd never know you were eating gluten...MoreThank you so much Kathleen and John for your kind words! We are so proud of the food we offer, and are incredibly thankful you've noticed all of the hard work my team puts forth! We look forward to seeing you again soon!
4.5 based on 200 reviews
Had a great brunch this morning with my daughter (10 yr old). She got fried dough French Toast (what’s not to like). Wait wasn’t bad. Fun atmosphere, staff, big menu, delicious hash browns. Price very reasonable.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
The Superette is an institution here. You buy a little stuff for dinner, grab a sandwich, done. Quality is high: the meats are well butchered and cared-for, at strong prices. Fresh bread from a good Framingham bakery: all kind of the same, but fresh at a good price.
The sandwiches are nicely done. I recommend the roast beef and homemade Boursin (really an herbed fromage frais, but who's counting?). Service is quick and pleasant.
Not a destination place, but worth stopping if you're in the area.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Very open and spacious with lots of group seating, so large groups are easily accommodated. A very extensive beer menu. Lots of appetizers and meals to choose from. Had a hot pretzel and a Caesar salad. One person I was with ordered the cheese platter and it was extensive and I wished I had ordered it. Wasn't real hungry, but wanted to try some things. Both were very good and even had anchovies on the salad. Never had them before, but were good and weren't fishy. had a locally brewed ale that was really good. Reasonable prices and good selection and very festive environment.
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