Programs for People 98 Lincoln St, Framingham, MA01702 Programs for People is a day hospital specializing in mental health services. Staff includes licensed psychiatrists,…More psychologists, nurses, social workers and other therapists. Programs include individual and family therapy, substance abuse services, assistance with self-management skills, medication, follow-up services, and assistance with maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Participating in the programs at Programs for People can shorten hospital stays, improve symptom management, prevent hospitalization, help with employment, promote greater understanding of mental health and reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues.
Friendly's Restaurant & Ice Cream 27 Temple St, Framingham, MA01702 This Friendly's is located in the Stop and Shop Plaza on Temple Street. The restaurant has plenty of seating for diners…More as well as an ice cream walk-up window for people on the run. Friendly's has built its reputation on its delicious in-house ice cream flavors as well through providing quick and friendly service. A grilled cheese sandwich and ice cream sundae can make the perfect pit stop for busy shoppers.
Now 64 years young, La Cantina remains a staple of the dining scene in Framingham. According to owner and…More executive chef Lee Mencoboni, "We continue to serve my mother's homemade recipes while staying up-to-date with current dining trends."
And while Italian dishes are the foundation of La Cantina, people may want to come for the romantic dining atmosphere.
La Cantina has a lunch buffet on Thursday and Friday and a Monday night dinner buffet. Sunday brunch is served only during holiday weekends.
Entering the restaurant, diners are immediately invited to the 10-stool bar area which has a gleaming granite countertop. Chilled wines and beer are stored in see-through refrigerators and the "top-shelf" items are lined up against the windowed and terraced wall at eye level.
The dining capacity is 150 and for parties of eight or larger, reservations are highly suggested, according to Mr. Mencoboni.