North Reading's Crossroads Plaza, across from Walgreen's, has been home to Subway since 2003. This colorful,…More brightly appointed shop continues the long-held Subway tradition of warm, fresh bread and a variety of fresh toppings for sandwiches or salads. Low-fat mini subs with a "fit" drink and a "fit" side may be ordered. An assortment of beverages, as well as fruit and yogurt are also offered, with the option to "make it a meal."
Ipswich River Park 15 Central St, North Reading, MA01864 This former farmland was slated for development in the 1990s until the town of North Reading acquired the property by…More eminent domain in 1992. It now boasts two miles of paved walking trails that line the Ipswich River and circle the park, which includes baseball and softball fields, skate park, basketball courts, tennis courts, street hockey rink, and soccer fields. A picnic area and gazebo greet visitors as they enter the park, and tables and benches are located along the trails throughout the park. A canoe launch also is available, with parking for boaters on Central Street. All pets must be leashed and all animal waste must be picked up and disposed of in a trash receptacle.
Health Time Fitness 197 Main St, North Reading, MA01864 Corey Lilley purchased Cardio Fitness in 2003 and it has been Health Time since then. Health Time's owner combined her…More Master's in Mental Health with expertise in personal training and nutrition to offer clients customized programs. Babysitting is available as well as a new spa. Heavenly Spa provides massages, facials, makeup, waxing and now Botox, Juvederm and laser hair removal.
For 39 years, this shop has been popular with generations of school children, from elementary through high school…More age. The Hornet's Nest, which takes its name from the home of the town mascot, is centrally located across from the public library and in close proximity to North Reading High School and Middle School and Batchelder Elementary School.
The sub shop offers a large variety of hot and cold subs, along with hand-tossed, thin-crusted Italian pizza made with freshly prepared dough and sauce. There is even an assortment of specialty pizzas named after schools and other town landmarks. The menu also includes wraps, salads, side orders -- including a sampler side order -- home-cooked roast beef, steak tips and a variety of dinners served with french fries and fresh Romaine lettuce salad. Free delivery is now available.