Saturday, April 14, 2012
Patch readers from around the Boston area voted on their favorite sporting goods stores in the region. Here are the results.
This week we asked readers to vote on the best place to buy sporting goods. After five days of voting, here are the results from across the region. Melrose Marathon Sports, 401 Main St. South End South End Athletic Company, 652 Tremont St. Somerville Sports Authority, 133 Middlesex Ave. Charlestown Townie Sportswear, 50 Terminal St. Beacon Hill City Sports at Downtown Crossing, 11 Bromfield St. Back Bay City Sports, 222 Berkeley St. Wakefield Ski & Sport Shack, 408 Main St. Medford Modell's, 640 Fellsway Stoneham Stoneham Sports Center, 9 Central St. Malden Patriot Skateboards, 804 Main St.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Patch readers from around the Boston area voted on the tax preparers they trust the most, and here are the results.
This week we asked Patch readers from around Greater Boston an important question: Where's the best place to do your taxes? After five days of voting, here are the results: Charlestown H&R Block, 142 Main Street. Malden William C. Nelson, 712 Salem St Medford Quigley Ramio and Company, 0 Governors Ave. Melrose Melrose Accounting & Tax Specialist, 543 Main St., and Hughes and Company, 1 West Foster St. Somerville Paul B. Bain, Jr., 17 College Ave. South End Gordon E. Parry, C.P.A., 509 Columbus Ave Stoneham H & R Block, 212 Main St. Wakefield JMS Tax and Financial Services, 599 North Ave (#9-3)
Friday, March 2, 2012
Nearly a third of Patch's respondents named the grocery store and deli the best place to get a sandwich.
If you're looking for a place to grab a great quick lunch, your fellow Patch readers have just the spot. In our inaugural "Best of Patch" contest, 36 voters cast their ballots by Friday at 9 a.m. for the best sandwich on the Hill. And the winner is: Whole Foods. Capturing nearly a third of the vote, the Texas-based natural foods store and deli is among the top spots Beacon Hillers go for a sandwich. The store has a variety of pre-prepared sandwiches but does not make them to order. Other honorable mentions include The Paramount, which got 5 votes, and Charles Street Market, which got 4 votes. As for specifiic sandwiches, Katherine Morse said that she likes the Frankie, a tuna-and-avocado panini, at Charles Street Market. John Corey …
Monday, February 27, 2012
Please vote for your favorite sandwich place by taking our poll and by clicking on the directory link and writing a short 1 or 2 sentence review.
Our inaugural Best of Patch contest kicks off this week with food on our minds. Do you have a favorite sandwich place or sub shop in town? Here are some of our favorite places, but if we're leaving one off of the list, please let us know in the comments and we'll add it: Voting in the poll below is open until 9 a.m. Friday. Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once per survey, per Patch. Also, see the Best Sandwich polls on Back Bay Patch, South End Patch, and Charlestown Patch, and the Best Smoothie poll on Jamaica Plain Patch.