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City Streets Moving Across Waltham

The move could take place by the fall.

City Streets
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A Waltham comfort food spot will move across town and plans to open in its new location this fall, Boston Restaurant Talk reported.

City Streets opened in March 2011 at 249 Lexington St. in a building that previously housed Legends Hall of Fame Grill. It will move about two miles away, closer to Bentley University and also near several office buildings. The space at 411 Waverly Oaks Rd. is the former location of Beat Da Wrap Pizza & Grill, which closed earlier this year after paying back taxes to the city, which BRT also covered.

City Streets has an eclectic menu, such as starters like arancini, fried zucchini strips, and crab rangoon dip. Entrees include sirloin stuffed with roasted peppers and bleu cheese; chicken and prosciutto saute; and customizable macaroni and cheese. The restaurant has also gained notoriety for its stuffed burgers, especially a mac and cheese-stuffed version.

City Streets

249 Lexington St, Waltham, MA 02451 (781) 647-2489 Visit Website

beat da'wrap

411 Waverley Oaks Rd, Waltham, MA 02452 (718) 788-9727 Visit Website

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