Tesoro Supermarket 80 Hollis St, Framingham, MA01702 Tesoro Supermarket is a busy market serving mostly the Brazilian community in downtown Framingham. The store is large…More enough for marked aisles with a bakery and deli, fresh produce and freezer and refrigerated cases. Staples for all forms of Brazilian and South American cooking are available here. Parking is in the rear of the building with some limited on street spots.
A.J. Seabra Supermarkets 208 Waverly St, Framingham, MA01702 Located on Rt 135, Seabra is a very popular, spacious supermarket catering to the Brazilian community. Staples of…More Brazilian and Latin cooking can be found, from large bags of rice to specialized items such as tropical juices. At the full service grocery store you can find fresh produce and deli items. Check the store for weekly deals and sales.
Ebenezer Assembly of God 57 Kendall St, Framingham, MA01702 Led by Pastor Vilmar DeOliveira, this house of worship services the Assembly of God congregation in and around downtown…More Framingham. The church has a predominantly Brazilian community. It runs a school on Sunday in addition to services.
Remax One Call Realty 85 Concord St, Framingham, MA01702 With a prime location in downtown Framingham, this branch of ReMax specializes in residential real estate, with a…More special emphasis on the Brazilian community that live nearby. Broker/Owner Chris Mahoneyemploys a sizable team of brokers, many of whom speak Portuguese or Spanish, which is especially helpful in this location.
Brazil Connection Travel 95 Hollis St, Framingham, MA01702 Catering to the sizable Brazilian community in and around downtown Framingham, Brazil Connection offers several…More different products and services, including clothing, videos, and copy and fax services. The store also provides money orders, airline tickets and Vigo money transfer services.
The key ingredient of many dishes is the quality of the meat and consumers can find a great selection of quality…More meat at Casa de Carnes. Not only is there an extensive selection of beef, pork and chicken, but the store is well stocked with additional grocery items too. Located in downtown Framingham, Casa de Carnes primarily caters to the Brazilian community.
New Life Presbyterian Community Church 73 Union Ave, Framingham, MA01702 The New Life Presbyterian Community Church was founded in January 1999; originally, its congregation was a small…More community of several Brazilian families in northern Framingham, and it moved to its present location near downtown Framingham in January of 2003. Rev. Dr. Manoel Oliveira Jr. has been part of the church since its founding through the present day.
Golden Scissors Hair Design 582 Waverly St, Framingham, MA01702 Situated just blocks from downtown on Route 135, Golden Scissors Hair Design is a full-service salon catering to the…More Brazilian community and beyond. With Portuguese-speaking stylists, the salon is an open, airy space with a separate waiting room that cuts down on the bustle of the salon area. A nice feature for the working clientele is how late the salon stays open -- until 8 p.m., six days a week. The friendly owner, Maria, has been a fixture of the community here for the past four years.
Eaton Apothecary 266 Waverly St, Framingham, MA01702 Eaton Apothecary is an independently-owned pharmacy offering its customers a level of service that the larger chain…More pharmacies simply cannot match. Out of its Waverly Street location, the store provides free delivery in Framingham. All employees speak Portuguese and/or Spanish, which is helpful to the local Brazilian community. If you need a special order for medical supplies or pharmacy items, the staff is able to assist you. All insurances are accepted and the pharmacy offers free care for patients at Framingham Community Health Center under the Health Safety Net program.