South Shore Eats?
Norwell -- Trattoria San Perio on Rt.53 just past the Hanover mall is a great Italian place. Friendly staff. limited wines but the food is to die for, I always get the specials and if stuffed peppers are on the menu be sure to get those.
Plymouth -- Daniel's cafe is a secert spot that hardly anyone knows about for some reason. They are open for lunch and breakfast everyday and dinner Wed. through Sun. This food is amazing a true neighborhood resturant. The owner Vinnie is a great guy and is always cooking up some great food. It is very small so make reservation, tons of great Italian and South American wines.
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PLYMOUTH AREA: http://www.chowhound.com/newengland/boards/boston/messages/69969.html
CHINESE ON SOUTH SHORE: http://www.chowhound.com/newengland/boards/boston/messages/70005.html
SUNDAY BREAKFAST ON SOUTH SHORE: http://www.chowhound.com/newengland/boards/boston/messages/70074.html
VIETNAMESE ON SOUTH SHORE: http://www.chowhound.com/newengland/boards/boston/messages/70151.html
QUINCY FOOD SCENE: http://www.chowhound.com/newengland/boards/boston/messages/70191.html
BRAINTREE EATS: http://www.chowhound.com/newengland/b...
I've attended some beer dinners at the Olde Hitching Post in Hanson, I found it very good food at reasonable prices. D'Anns in Abington has quite the local following, I've never been myself. Christos in Brockton also has a good reputation but again I havent been there myself. As for Rockland, Lukes Liquors has to be one of the best and largest beer/wine stores I've ever visited in my life.