Play It Again Sports 265 Main St, North Reading, MA01864 This well-known North Reading sports re-seller is located on Main Street (Route 28), near the new Stop & Shop…More grocery store. At Play It Again Sports, customers may earn cash for used sports gear, trade up for another sports line, buy new items, consign or donate. According to its website, the shop offers a wide range of favorite sports brands like Adidas, Nike, Easton, Wilson and Taylor Made, to name a few.
Dynamic Sports sells full lines of all sporting goods; hockey, lacrosse, soccer and more. The friendly customer…More service oriented staff will assist customers with fittings, special orders, and team uniform purchases. Dynamik Sports does screen printing and embroidering and will take any size orders. Dynamik Sports is also active with local team sponsorships and public education. Online ordering is now available.
Dynamik Sports has been family owned and operated since 1984.
KGA Motor Sport 18 Gould St, Reading, MA01867 KGA Motor Sport has been serving the residents of Reading for more than eight years. It not only specializes in care and…More restoration of European cars but also does work on all makes and models. Its attention to detail, protects your investment in your fine auto. Services include general maintenance, high-performance tuning, custom body work and fabrication, brakes and traction control, emission systems, and suspension and steering. Its technicians can diagnose your car problems and get your vehicle running in peak condition.
Sports, Spirits & Steaks 178 Main St, North Reading, MA01864 Originally re-opened in 1999 as the Big Dog Sports Grille, this bar and grille serves as a veritable North Reading…More sports haven for patrons. Whether seated at the bar or table, customers are surrounded in television coverage of Boston's baseball, football, basketball and hockey teams from more than 60 plasma screens. Choose from a tasty menu offering of steaks, sirloin tips, chicken tips, chili, chops, burgers, fish and chips, salads, thin-crust pizza, New England clam "chowdah" and a large assortment of appetizers while enjoying a beverage from its huge selection of beers on tap or bottled, specialty and other cold drinks. Sports, Spirits & Steaks is also home to Keno, video games and billiards.
i9 Sports is a co-ed youth flag football league available to kids ages 4 to 14. Parents may register their child for…More either the winter or spring season. Information regarding registration, season dates and game times are available on the i9 Sports website.
Winter season games are open to boys and girls ages 6 to 10. They are played indoors at Tewkbury Turf time at 20 Carter Street in Tewskbury. Outdoor spring games are open to boys and girls 4 to 14. They are held Rita Mullin Field at 96 Lowell Street in North Reading.
S.M.A.R.T. Physical Therapy 328 Main St, Reading, MA01867 The S.M.A.R.T. Physical Therapy center staffs registered physical therapists and assistants in order to treat muscular…More and skeletal injuries in patients. Each patient receives specialized, individual treatments in order to rehabiliatate their injuries correctly so they can get right back into their daily activities, or continue playing sports. Call the center for a free consultation.
Located next to Sports, Spirits and Steaks, Bayrd's Indian Trading Post specializes in Native American jewelry,…More artwork and crafts, including chokers and beaded jewelry. Handcrafted gifts and collectibles are specialties of the shop. It also provides custom-made jewelry items.
Its owner and educator Leonard Rose is a North Reading resident and a Native American; he participates in Native American Pow Wows and other events throughout New England and posts these shows on the shop's Web site.
Anthony's Roast Beef 216 Main St, Reading, MA01867 Anthony's Roast Beef offers a variety of hot and cold subs, roast beef sandwiches, pizzas, pasta dishes and salads, but…More this place is most famous for its enormous calzones. The Phantom Gourmet called them "unbelievable." Inside, there are several tables to eat at where you can watch local sports teams on two flat-screen TVs, or enjoy the colorful wall murals of Boston's skyline. Owner, Anthony Secatore, runs the place, which he formerly called Londi's Famous Roast Beef and Pizza.