Sweet Tomatoes Pizza 320 Chestnut St, Needham, MA02492 Sweet Tomatoes Pizza in Needham was founded just a few years ago after successful forays in Newton. In 2009, it was…More voted the best pizza in town by the Hometown Weekly newspaper, which also voted Sweet Tomatoes the best regional pizza in 2008. Additionally, the pizza place, which specializes in specialized creations, has been featured by Phantom Gourmet. Creations include several pesto pizzas, such as the Pesto Splash, the Veggie Pesto and the Feta Pesto. The pizzeria itself is clean and well-lit, very welcoming and with plenty of space for a group of friends to chow down a couple large pies.
Depritzio Salon 1494 Highland Ave, Needham, MA02492 Tim Hutton, the owner of Depritzio Salon, bought the place over 11 years ago from his father-in-law, who had founded the…More salon some 14 years before that. Now over 25 years old, the salon offers full-service hair care to anyone who pops in or calls ahead for an appointment. Living up to its motto of "We'll Bring Out Your Best," the salon is clean and run efficiently by Hutton. Depritzio is a great place to get your hair cut, whether you're a man, woman or child, a hair nut or just looking for a trim.
Jenson's Cleaners 37 Chapel St, Needham, MA02492 For over 20 years, this cleaner has been serving the Needham area. It's won awards for the past two decades and is very…More close to the Needham Central train station. Bestofsurveys.com voted Jenson's Cleaners the best cleaner of 2008. You can also bring in your shoes if they need repair. Owner Paul Leonell is a kind man who gets right next to his workers, taking orders, pressing shirts, doing whatever it takes to make sure the people waiting in line don't have to wait too long. The shop is located near a variety of retail stores and food places.
Wild Willy's Burgers 1257 Highland Ave, Needham, MA02492 Wild Willy's was founded a year and half ago as a fun place for both adults and kids. With its Wild West theme—you…More can eat in the "Needham Jail"—and its live performances for children once a month, the restaurant is a hidden gem located in a strip mall off Highland Avenue. Hometown Weekly readers voted Wild Willy's the best lunch of 2009, and it has added beer and wine to its offerings, which include not only its signature hamburgers, but also a variety of cold, mixed and non-alcoholic drinks. Birthday parties are welcome, so call ahead and book some western fun.