Surrounding the mall are large category killer stores such as Bed, Bath and Beyond and Barnes and Nobles.
Just nudging the outskirts of what is commonly known as Metrowest, Burlington is the beginning of the long stretch of towns that make up the north shore of Boston even though it is really quite far from the north shore. One of the most characteristic aspects of these towns, is that they are heavily Catholic and are far more conservative than their neighbors. Although Burlington abuts Lexington, they have little in common. Burlington has a massive and beautiful town green, but without the walkable town center and is most noted for being the home to the Burlington Mall which is located right off the highway and nowhere near a single Burlington home. Surrounding the mall are large category killer stores such as Bed, Bath and Beyond and Barnes and Nobles. Burlington also has a substantial number of office parts and commercialized zones. Burlington is decidedly middle class, with decent scholastic athletics and the characteristic mix of Irish and Italians which make Boston area towns so very New England. Religion: Mostly Catholic. Restaurant tips: Landana is owned by the Mistral Group and is an upscale, urban quality restaurant with a somewhat New Yorkish suburban environment.
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