Event Rental Services in Holbrook

$28 for $50 Worth of Catering Services — Chris and Jennifer's Events

Chris And Jennifers Events / Jennifer's Event Planning

Bridgewater

From the merchant: Book your house party with us for the holiday season. We offer completely customized menu and cook everything fresh

$50 $28

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$193 for $300 toward One Month of Co-Working Space including Wifi, Printing and Gourmet Coffee — Black House Co

Black House & Co

Downtown

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$350 $193

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$248 for $450 Worth of Event Sound-Equipment Rental — Boston Audio

Boston Audio Rentals

Allston

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$450 $248

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$149 for a Wedding-Planning Workshop for a Bride and a Guest from iDo Wedding Workshops ($299 Value)

iDo Wedding Workshops

Auburndale

An experienced wedding planner teaches brides the basics of vendor selection, contracts, DIY projects, budgeting, and more

$299 $149

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One-Month Part- or Full-Time Membership for a Shared Open Workspace at Alpha Landmark (69% Off)

Alpha Landmark

Assembly Row

Workspace provides fast and secure WiFi, laser printing, event space, free beverages, and other amenities

$99 $31

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Painting Class for One or Two (Up to 46% Off)

Palettes

Natick

In a lively studio space, groups re-create a select painting with guidance from art instructors, plus food & drinks available for purchase

$35 $20

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Painting Class for One, Two, or Four at Artlounge Arlington (Up to 51% Off)

Artlounge Arlington

Arlington

Under the guidance of a teacher, groups practice their skills by spending an evening painting anything from farms to Frankenstein’s monster

$35 $19

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Select Local Merchants

For more than 50 years, Lambert's Rainbow Fruit has filled pantries with the vibrant oranges, greens, and reds of fresh fruit and vegetables. Now owned by a third-generation of the Lambert family, the store sells New York-style deli sandwiches and soups along with its groceries. Their on-site garden center also offers flowers and plants as fresh as Lambert's produce to fill homes with cheerful blossoms and life-sustaining oxygen.

820 Crescent St
Brockton,
MA
US

The bakers at The Café at A Perfect Taste assemble tempting homemade confections baked fresh daily. Separate kitchens for meat and dairy produce 100% kosher creations, as well as vegan and gluten-free bites. Scratch-made sugary morsels such as cupcakes ($2.99) and savory or sweet pies ($6.99–$12.99) fashion cakey crusts into mouth-friendly Euclidean forms. Slurpable soups ($3.99/12 oz.; $6.99/32 oz.) pair with potato-packed assortments of homemade knish ($3.50) in an arranged marriage of liquid and solid sustenance. Polish off a snack with a steaming coffee ($1.25/small; $1.75/large) or grab a handful of sticky, sweet caramel popcorn ($3.99).

530 Washington Street
Stoughton,
MA
US

At Kids’ Fun Stop, children can ride on toys, play house, or dress up for imaginative play. A children's fire engine truck is one of the center’s play structures, which kids aged 6 or younger can climb and pretend to ride. The engine has plentiful company in the spacious play area, which encompasses a climbing structure, large spiral slide, and a rock cave. Kids create masterpieces at the art table, and children aged 2 or younger can spend time in a separate baby area. Parents can oversee playtime while humming along to the kid-friendly music or surfing the web on free WiFi.

1580 VFW Pkwy.
West Roxbury,
MA
US

Within the recently renovated confines, sunlight streams from large windows in the dining room, bouncing off the dark wooden tables as well as the frameless cityscapes that adorn the walls. Exposed-brick walls, romantic lighting, and a sleek wooden bar further augment the casually elegant space. Diners can indulge in hearty New England comfort food, such as pumpkin ravioli and Nantucket risotto, from their chosen spot, whether it be a booth, a barstool, or the chef’s lap.

1300 Hyde Park Ave
Hyde Park,
MA
US

Between the demands of work and family, preparing healthy meals on a daily basis can be tough. Cooking From The Heart's chefs aim to help households overcome this challenge by preparing entrees, soups, and salads and then delivering the dishes to customers' homes, where they can be conveniently defrosted and reheated for a quick, nutritious meal. To make meal-time even more convenient, food arrives at doorsteps in microwave- and oven-safe glass Pyrex dishes, and the staff even retrieves the cleaned dishes from previous orders with every drop-off.

Drawing inspiration from Thai, Greek, Latin, Italian, and American cuisines, the chefs prepare an ever-changing selection of classic comfort foods with a healthy twist. In addition to avoiding added sugar and refined products, they also incorporate as many organic grains, herbs, and vegetables as possible. Ground turkey provides a healthful alternative to red meats in dishes such as a shepherd's pie, joining sautéed onions and brown gravy beneath a crust of cheesy mashed potatoes. Similarly, quinoa and tofu can help add a welcome dose of protein without adding fat and cholesterol, the way meat can. And because Cooking From The Heart knows that some customers have special reasons for watching what they eat, they also provide many options that can be made without dairy, meat, cholesterol, or any vegetable that flies.

4 School St
Pembroke,
MA
US

Atlantica celebrates the bounty of the sea with feasts of cider-glazed salmon, locally acquired lobster, roasted halibut, and saffron-tinged paella amid a charming waterfront location. A fitting nautical theme permeates the restaurant's décor, with murals of sails draping the walls, fluttering canvas curtains and trimming looming elegantly overhead, and striking blue glassware perched atop cream-colored tablecloths. Sunday brunches can include crepes, pasta, quiche, and freshly caught seafood, while the dinner menu presents fried native haddock, grilled sirloin, and small plates of sautéed mussels or Spanish cheeses. A highly skilled culinary team led by Executive Chef Nicci Tripp cultivates a farm-to-table approach to cooking, pairing locally caught seafood with seasonal vegetables and sides when available.

Sunny glass windows, reaching from knee height to the ceiling, make up major segments of the restaurant’s walls. And they present diners with a stunning view of the ancient Cohasset harbor that welcomed the arrival of some of New England's founding families, as well as the wharves that witnessed the first cannonball diving contest in Massachussetts. The restaurant complex can accommodate up to 500 guests for events ranging from weddings to Thanksgiving dinners, and those guests often have the option to stay at the attached Cohasset Harbor Inn.

44 Border St.
Cohasset,
MA
US