Branch Line is a neighborhood rotisserie and wood fire grill serving wine and beer. Outdoor bocce and patio seating as weather permits. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Branch Line
Mosesian Center for the Arts
The Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts (formerly the Arsenal Center for the Arts) is a vibrant multi-disciplinary community arts venue located in on the Arsenal on the Charles Campus in Watertown, Massachusetts. This 30,000 sq. ft. former US Army arsenal is home to the 380-seat Main Stage Theater, a 100-seat Black Box theater, Exhibition Galleries, 2 Rehearsal Halls, Education Classrooms, and Resident Artist Studios. Offerings include visual and performing arts productions, classes, and workshops for all ages, literary/art discussions, and world-class theatrical and musical performances. The Center is home to the award-winning Watertown Children’s Theatre as well as New Repertory Theatre, Professional Theatre Company in residence. The Mosesian Center for the Arts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. MosesianArts.org
New Rep Theatre
New Repertory Theatre is the award-winning, professional theatre company in residence at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown, MA. For over 30 years, New Rep has been a leader of self-produced theatre in greater Boston, producing contemporary and classic dramas, comedies, and musicals in both the 340-seat Charles Mosesian Theater and the 90-seat Black Box Theater. In addition to its mainstage productions, New Rep produces Next Voices, a program dedicated to developing new plays through staged readings and world premiere productions. Under its Lifelong Enrichment Arts Programs (LEAP), New Rep also produces its Classic Repertory Company, Page to Stage, Insider Experiences, and Spotlight Symposium Series. New Rep is dedicated to its mission to produce plays that speak powerfully to the essential ideas of our time. Through the passion and electricity of live theater performed to the highest standards of excellence, New Rep expands and challenges the human spirit of both artists and audience. For more information please visit NewRep.org
Watertown Farmers Market
The Watertown Farmer’s Market offers farm-raised food overlooking the cityscape, where the answer to “Is this local?” is always a resounding yes.
Every two weeks, May- November, Landry’s Bicycles is on campus giving a bike workshop that is free and open to the community. Stop by and learn how to fix a flat tire, how to tune up your bike, how to safely ride around Watertown, or join them on a relaxing bike ride. A bicycle is encouraged, but not needed. These workshops meet bi-weekly on Thursdays, on the front lawn in conjunction with the Farmers Market.
The Arsenal hosts a daily food truck program on Kingsbury Avenue in front of Building 60. Trucks are onsite from 11:00–2:00.
The Arsenal has a variety of lawn games that can be used by anyone visiting campus. Games such as Ladder Ball, Baggo, KanJam, Whiffle Ball, and Horse Shoes can all be acquired at the Reception desk in the atrium of Building 311 from May–November.
We proudly support The Farm School in Athol, MA, and serve as a pick-up spot for their summer & winter CSA programs. Community members can enroll online, and summer shares are picked up at The Farm School’s stand at the Farmers’ Market. Winter meat shares can be picked up in a freezer inside of Building 97. We also partner with local caterer, Cuisine en Locale, and act as a pick-up spot for their Once A Week Meal Delivery service. Community members can enroll online and pick up their organic, local, made-from-scratch weekly meals from our refrigerator inside of Building 97.