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Where Would You Spend $100 in West Roxbury?

Hypothetically, if someone gave you $100 that had to be spent in West Roxbury what businesses would you spend it?

 

Hypothetically, if someone gave you $100 and YOU HAD TO USE IT IN WEST ROXBURY - how would you use it?

There's so many, many options. Are you hungry, because West Roxbury has plenty of restaurant options, both takeout and dining. West Roxbury's Restaurant Row offers cuisine options including: Vietnamese, BBQ, Himalayan, pizza and more. 

You could also choose to dine at West on Centre, Masona Grill, or go pub-style with the Corrib or West Roxbury Pub.

Maybe food's not your thing. With the holiday season up on us, maybe you'd like to spread your money around and buy some gifts at Boomerangs. Or get a beautiful stained glass piece at Stained Glass Works. Or hit up the Hallmark Store on your way to go foodshopping at Roche Bros.

For the fashionable females there's Fabutique, Top It Off, as well as Just as Nice. 

Maybe you'll spend a couple bucks on skating at the Jim Roche Memorial Ice Rink? 

Now it's your turn - what would you spend $100 on in West Roxbury. No answer is stupid - if you want to put it in your bank account of one of the many banks in West Roxbury, that's your choice. Would you use it one place, or divvy it among different shops. West Roxbury is your oyster! Leave your comments below.

cher December 05, 2012 at 12:34 PM
I don't have a spare $100 right now, but here's where I have recently spent my money in WR: I scored a pair of Rayban Wayfarers at Boomerang's, I just had my lenses put into them over at Parelli, I was told by staff that they're definitely circa the early 50's and from Rochester. My total investment: $53. Today, in brand new condition, they'd be worth $400- $500, not a bad find! I have been frequenting Banh Mi Ngon, more lately since they introduced their Pho noodle soup. It's delicious and portions are quite generous. Their prices are beyond reasonable. Lan and everyone else who works there are so incredibly gracious and nice. Jay and I have been in to Himalayan Bistro recently. Their food is so much better than what's offered here in JP and they will make it really spicy if you ask, unlike other places who assume you can't handle it. Staff is nice, the space is beautiful. If I had a few dollars to spend, I would pop on by and pick up a gift certificate at Wicked Sharp so Jay could pick out new boots and go snowboarding this season. I'd visit Mr. Sweeper and see if they could replace the cord on my vacuum, it's a bit frayed and started shooting sparks last time I attempted to use it! I'd head in to Pazzo and pick out some books for myself. I'd return to Boomerang's and do a bit more treasure hunting, same with Saver's. I'd pick up a gift certificate at the Porter. I hope you'd consider spending some of your dollars at the Busted Knuckle!
cher December 05, 2012 at 12:34 PM
I'd also pop by Kalembar Dune as I've always been intrigued whenever I drive by and have meant to go in for some time.
Robert Orthman December 05, 2012 at 05:11 PM
I would eat breakfast at Rox Diner, then use the remaining money to buy something cool at Boomerang's and/or something for the house at True Value.
Angela December 05, 2012 at 09:18 PM
I would get a facial at Elizabeth Grady! So relaxing...
hane December 05, 2012 at 09:45 PM
buy drugs at hancock village
George Williams December 05, 2012 at 10:30 PM
Hands down: Tru Valu
ann costa December 05, 2012 at 11:34 PM
Take family to the corrib for their delissh turkey dinner on Sunday it's the best..Ann of ROSLINDALE

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