For me, a vacation has as much to do with the food I’ll eat as the things I’ll do. When I get home I’ll tell friends and family stories about the dinner we ate at a certain restaurant or the roadside stand where we found the best fruits and vegetables. That’s why I’m excited about this week’s post about Foodie Massachusetts.
Massachusetts has the best the sea has to offer right at it’s doorstep as well as some of the best agricultural delights you can think of. So when I head to Massachusetts you can bet I’ll be checking out the many locally sourced, farm to table type eateries they’re so well known for.
The best place to start searching for restaurants is Flavortown USA. Here you’ll find the drive-in, the diners and the dives (which by the way often have the best food), all rated by people who’ve been there, done that.
Any trip to Massachusetts would not be complete without noshing on some Boston Cream Pie. Why not visit where it all began, at the Boston Parker House, which by the way is also one of the top 25 restaurants in Boston.
Finally, since what I’d really be after is the ultimate taste experience, I’d work my way through as much fine dining as I could find! Restaurants like The Farm Table, Cru, Martha’s Vineyard Chowder Company, The Naked Oyster, The Pointe, The Sole Proprietor, and Emerson Inn by the Sea are just a few of the notable restaurants in Massachusetts that call my name. Hmmmm, maybe a week wouldn’t be enough?