Sunday, August 19, 2012
Family House of Pizza is a popular stop for students after school and others looking for a pizza or salad, but how do you feel?
Family House of Pizza is a favorite among those looking to get their fix of dough, sauce and toppings. We reviewed the eatery but want to hear what you think. Have you been there recently? If so, how was the food and drink? If you are a regular, what keeps you coming back? Please share your review with your fellow Patch neighbors and friends. To review the place click here and scroll down to the "Rate This Business" section, or post a review in the comment field below. Or rate other food establisments in the "Places" section of Marlborough Patch.
Sunday, January 29, 2012
A look back at the week in Marlborough.
Monday, Jan. 23: Lake Williams Pizza Voted Best in Marlborough Home Invasion Suspect Arrested After Leaving Police a Snowy Trail Police Log: Cops Respond to Death, Crashes, Make Arrests Tuesday, Jan. 24: Police Foil Robbery on Red Spring Road LETTER: Student Takes Issue with Youngs Dems View of Scott Brown Wednesday, Jan. 25: Death Notices: Hospital Chaplain Kenneth Rayner Gone at 85 Police Log: Cops Make Arrests, Respond to Vandalism Reports on Ringold Thursday, Jan. 26: Furnishing Options Charity Awarded $10K Grant High School Students Protest Absence of Assistant Principal Friday, Jan. 27: Fans Breathe Sigh of Relief: DirecTV to Air Super Bowl Police Log: Bolton Resident Stopped, Charged with Second OUI 133 East Main to Face the …
Monday, January 23, 2012
This pizza restaurant has been in the same Marlborough location for 30 years.
Whether it's Greek-style or Brazilian pizza, a sub, rice and beans, salad, meat stew, pasta or a steak sandwich, Lake Williams Pizza has something for everyone, and Marlborough agreed when you recently voted them as having the best slice of pie in the city. Eduardo "Eddie" Braga came to the United States from Brazil 12 years ago and is the shop's current owner. "John was the first owner," said Braga, "I worked for him doing deliveries and then I bought the shop in 2007." Braga explains that the number one seller of all of his pizzas is a Brazilian pizza called Chicken with Catupiry. Catupiry is a spreadable cream cheese. "I just hung up with an order for another one!" Braga said. One of the other favorites is the shop's house salad …
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Plenty of pizza is made each day in Marlborough. What's your favorite?
Saturday, January 7, 2012
If your house is anything like ours, there is a debate that brews after someone says, "Let's get pizza!" It seems that many of us have a favorite place in town to get pizza, and loyalty can run strong. But for those ready to go with a tried-and-true recommended pie, where do you suggest getting a Marlborough pizza? After you vote, take a minute to tell us your favorite pizza toppings in the comments. Anchovies, anyone? Also, tell us who delivers fast and on time! Let us know if we missed anyone, and share this story with your friends so we can get a concencus of what Marlborough's favorite pizza really is! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date on the latest Marlborough news, or simply hit the "like" button at the top of this…
Saturday, November 5, 2011
A column highlighting the trends, thoughts and news from Facebook and Twitter.
Here at Marlborough Patch, we take social media pretty seriously. The platform is one way we look to interact with you, answer your questions and get to see what's on your mind. Social Media Saturday is a weekly feature where we highlight your questions and thoughts you've shared on Facebook, Twitter and other media throughout the past week. We'll also point you to some new and interesting pages you may not have known about before. Highlights of the Week: Currently, we've got 832 fans liking us on Facebook, which is a great thing. We've also got 582 followers on Twitter, with numbers growing every day. Here are some highlights of what took place this week: 1. Patch readers were very active on social media this week as the City was …
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Frugal Families love contests, and I’ve found two with prizes that include free groceries and gas. Also save on clothing and Halloween costumes, a great pizza meal deal, and a tip on how parents can get free shipping at Amazon.com
1. Coinstar has a free grocery and gas contest. Head on down to your nearest Coinstart kiosk and enter the “Ginormous Gas & Grocery Fill Up." Each week Coinstar will be giving gift cards for groceries and gas. Cash in at least $10 at a Coinstar kiosk, receive a unique ID on your receipt, then enter the ID online to enter the contest. Contest ends Sunday, Oct. 2. Click here to learn more about this offer, contest rules and details about the prizes. Coinstar has kiosks in Marlborough at Hannaford Supermarket and Price Chopper Supermarket. 2. There is a meal deal this week at Classic Pizza on Hosmer Street: One large one-topping pizza, one side order of chicken wings, one garden salad, and a two-liter bottle of soda $19.99 plus tax. Or, save…
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Swing by Brauna Pizza to try their delicious subs and welcome them to the community.
There are two reasons why most folks probably have never heard of Brauna Pizza. The small eatery is tucked away in a tiny nondescript plaza on Boston Post Road West. Also, Brauna just opened its doors to the Marlborough community only two months ago. However, there are many reasons why residents should try this hidden gem. If craving pizza, it could take months to eat your way through the 25 varieties of gourmet pizzas offered. And that does not even include traditional pizza options such as pepperoni, cheese or mushroom. While waiting on the main course, order a round of garlic bread, but be prepared. Rather than receiving a few small pieces of bread, what can only be a whole loaf of bread is served covered in melted butter and fresh …
Sunday, August 7, 2011
Bisquick is not just for pancakes!
Cheeseburger Pizza 1 lb. ground beef 1/2 c. cheese sauce 2 c. bisquick mix 1/4 c. cheese sauce 1/4 c. hot water 1/4 c. shredded Colby-Monterey Jack cheese blend (1 oz) 1 tomato, chopped (1/3 cup) Cheese Garlic Biscuits (Gluten Free) 2 c. Bisquick Gluten Free mix 1/4 t. garlic powder 1/4 c. firm butter 2/3 c. milk 1/2 c. shredded cheddar cheese (2 oz) 3 eggs Garlic-Butter Topping 1/4 c. butter, melted 1/4 t. garlic powder Bisquick No-Roll Sugar Cookies 4 c. original Bisquick mix 1 1/2 c. powdered sugar 3/4 c. butter, softened 1 t. almond extract 2 eggs 1 c. granulated sugar Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date on the latest Marlborough news, or simply hit the "like" button at the top of this page.
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Where does your favorite dish hail from?
Many restaurants will surely be changing their menus as the news catches up with worldwide events. Sushi anyone? I didn’t think so. Although you may not know where your fish comes from in your California Roll, many people will be unwilling to take the chance that it came from somewhere a little west of the golden coast. This line of thought led me to question: where do our more geographically identifiable victuals get their monikers from? Is it really a story of their origins, or is it simply an advertising ploy? Let’s explore a few of our favorites for some answers. Cheesecake is something we can all agree to disagree on. Philadelphia, New York, your Grandmother’s secret recipe ... They’re all the best depending upon whom you ask. So what…
Sunday, April 3, 2011
No, not a pizza for your pocket, but a pocket that's a pizza!
The Panthers are on the prowl in Marlborough! The roar of pick-up truck drowns out the low growl of the mini van as herds of mothers and fathers make the rounds, transporting young athletes to and from practice, to and from games, and home again to work hard fulfilling the first requirement of the student-athlete. Between academic demands and the rigors of athletics, a lot of calories are burned and a lot of time is spent in transit. Quick, nutritious meals are the easiest thing for a parent to offer with demands of their own. These quick pizzas are alarmingly easy, deceptively delicious and as close to cuisine as you’re going to get with just five minutes in the oven. They’re totally customizable and easy to sneak in some potent power …