The Real Deal 736 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Real Deal is a fun and fast sandwich and pizza restaurant. Owner Mike Black was a cook for ten years before…More opening the Real Deal in 2008. A comfortable seating area complements a cooking line that runs the entire length of the shop, and quick counter service keeps everything orderly.
Robert Shapiro Community Lawyers 94 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Robert Shapiro Community Lawyers focus primarily on cases dealing with tenants. Call the office or leave a message to…More make an appointment to come in for a consultation.
Mexico Jewelry 3213 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Street vendor gone indoors, Mexico Jewelry will buzz customers into its small confines where they can get a first hand…More look at Mexican silver and watches and jewelry from around the world. Owner Everardo Guttierres travels extensively to bring the best deals he can find to Washington Street.
Jose Espinosa 793 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Jose Espinosa is general practice attorney. His offices are located in Jamaica Plain and the firm serves this area and…More its surrounding neighborhoods. The office provides consultation and representation services to clients in a variety of areas, including real estate issues, closing deals and contract issues. Call for more information or to schedule a consultation.
George's Shoe Store 669 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 George's Shoe Store is small, but a small piece of designer shoe heaven. If you love designer shoes but not their price…More tags, you will find great deals on what you are looking for at George's. The store also offers a small selection of clothing and handbags along with a friendly and helpful staff.
City Feed and Supply 672 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 In 10 short years, City Feed and Supply has become a Jamaica Plain staple among local residents. With the opening of…More their Centre St. store, David Warner and Kristine Cortese have solidified their message and underlined it in big bold colors: Local thrives here. The store provides food products from local sources, deal in fair trade, and are organic. The large selection of products includes Meat, produce, fair trade coffee and espresso, local and regional artisan cheeses, local free range eggs and sandwiches.
Freelance Players & Urban Improv are dedicated to working with kids of all ages, teaching them skills to…More deal with violence and daily struggles through words and performance.
The Freelance Players work with children in Cambridge, Dover, Brookline, Jamaica Plain and Needham to put on musical theater productions, where kids learn acting, singing and dancing. Several performances are staged each year.
Urban Improv works with 7,000 school kids every year through school programs, summer programs and outreach. Using improvisational techniques, the group holds drama based workshops to help kids work through real life issues.
The Boston Fire Department's firefighters and other personnel work out of …More href="http://www.cityofboston.gov/fire/locations.asp">35 fire stations around the city. The department provides fire protection and basic emergency services, in addition to many specialized skills, such as dealing with hazardous materials and water rescues. For emergencies, dial 911. The phone number for the administrative headquarters is 617-343-3415.
Here are the neighborhood fire stations in neighborhoods served by Patch:
Charlestown: Engine 32 and Ladder 9
Charlestown: Engine 50
Jamaica Plain: Engine 28 and Tower Ladder 10
South End: Engine 3 and Special Unit
South End: Engine 22, W-25 & Hazardous Materials unit