Cambridge with fields. And a Dairy Joy.
Where divorced Lincoln dads live if they have kids, so they can take them to the Friendly’s on Boston Post Rd. (Sigh).
Sadly not even the Burlington that Burlington Coat Factory is named after.
A picturesque community filled with lace-curtain Irish folk whose parents grew up two-toilet Irish folk in JP and grandparents grew up in Southie. Something they love to point out while showing you each mansion's 12 gables.
Trying hard to cling to that blue-collar past even though everyone there now shops at Legacy Place and works in tech. If you happened to grow up there during that blue-collar past, chances are you’re Italian, only refer to your friends by their last names, and played baseball with Josh Police.
For parents who want the cache of a W town, but can really only afford an M.
Because not all football coaches can live in Grafton. Except for the Olde Colonial Cafe (get the onion rings!), every other restaurant in town serves steak tips.
"A greener, more subtle Weston," is what people from Dover quietly say to the other plastic surgeons in their practice looking to move out of Back Bay. A great place to get your daughter into equestrianism, if that’s your thing.
Sherborn is like Dover's stepbrother who grew up with the same advantages as Dover, but decided that -- instead of going to med school -- he'd be happier selling commercial farm equipment and hanging out at C & L Frosty.
Safe to drink water for nearly 20 years!