The Footlight Club 7 Eliot St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Located in a residential area between busy Centre St. and Jamaica Pond, The Footlight Club is America's…More oldest community theatre. It has performed every year since 1877. Footlight Club members are committed to presenting the best in non-professional theater to a broad-based audience, and to preserve and maintain Eliot Hall as a community resource.
Trinidad & Tobago Social Club 18 Glen Rd, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Colorful in sight and dancing to the sounds of Calypso, the Trinidad & Tobago Social Club has been performing in…More Boston's Trinidad style Carnivals since 1988. Known for winning top honors 10 years in a row, T&T Social Club offers the chance to participate in the spectacle of Carnival to anyone in the community.
Red Tug Productions 670 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Red Tug Productions, the recording and production end of The Temple Club and Gallery, features three isolation rooms,…More state of the art equipment, a Hammond B3 baby grand piano, pro tools studio and professional production technicians. Three-hour and eight-hour studio rental slots are available with in-house technicians.
The Loring-Greenough House 12 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Loring-Greenough House is a historic home built in 1760 by Commodore Joshua Loring. The house was used as a Patriot…More hospital during the Battle of Bunker Hill. The home remains a historic community site that has been preserved by the Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club. It is open for residents and tourists to visit and rent and it hosts various events.
The Temple 670 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Temple is a locally-owned gallery and club run by the people who brought Red Tug Productions to Jamaica Plain. With…More a main room and stage totaling 2,200 square feet of space with 15-foot-tall ceilings and frequent shows featuring local artists and musicians, The Temple is set to become a JP entertainment staple.
Forest Hills Restaurant 3696 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This family-run, diner-style restaurant, located across form the Forest Hills T stop, serves breakfast and lunch in a…More small, sparse dining area. Breakfast dishes--eggs, homefries, bacon and sausages, omelettes, pancakes, waffles and coffee--are offered on the cheap, all-day long. Lunch items are limited to grilled sandwiches, clubs, salads, chicken plates, and sub sandwiches (their meatball sub is a noted customer favorite) plus homey daily specials like mac and cheese, meatloaf and American chop suey.
There's a lot of history at this old, traditional Boston Irish pub founded in 1882 -- and the walls illustrate it…More with photographs, faded articles and even a painted mural of all the local political figures who have tossed back a pint here. Not surprisingly, it attracts a lot of history buffs and tourists, and they fit in well with friendly locals at the pub's well-stocked bar.
The pub is large and has three dining areas. Brian Tully is the chef here and his menu offers pub standards like burgers, club sandwiches, soups and chowders, meat and seafood dinners and pizzas. Daily dinner specials like baked ham steak, stuffed shrimp and meatloaf are a nod to vintage New England menus.