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going to Montreal, what's to eat on 93N

Hey,
driving to montreal next weekend, just wondering if there is any good chow on the ride up. As this is the first time driving I will be sticking to the "big" road but will be able to make a small side trip +- 5 miles off of 93N

thanks
gutterman

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  1. Where do you start from? I know Rt. 93 most of the way up to Vt. Will you be in Concord, NH for lunch or more like Plymouth area, or dinner? give a little more......

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    1. re: lexpatti

      Yep sorry about that, I will be leaving Boston (J.P) at about 7 am. so a great breakfast or early lunch in northern NH is the way to go.

      thanks
      gutterman

    2. Heard good things in Littleton about Miller's Cafe but haven't been:

      http://www.millerscafeandbakery.com/i...

      Fratello's is great in Lincoln, and the WoodstockStation in N. Woodstock

      All are good lunch places, which should be bout 3+ hours from leaving.

      1. Here's the website for Woodstock Station, I remember this being the best breakfast I've ever had in the french toast catagory (if you can hold off on breakfast til you get here). I'm not at all a pancake, waffle, french toast person but this place was over the top.......

        http://www.woodstockinnnh.com/dining.php

        1. Arnie's Place in Concord NH http://www.arniesplace.com/index.html
          Tilt'n Diner in Tilton NH http://www.visitingnewengland.com/Til...
          Littleton Diner in Littleton NH http://www.littletondiner.com/History...
          Miss Lyndonville Diner in Lyndonville VT

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          1. re: whs

            Big agreement with the Miss Lyndonville Diner......but isn't that off I-91? My geography is lacking in that area of the state...maybe 93 and 91 are close to each other there.

            1. re: Science Chick

              It is off 91 but not too far from 93. Great place.

              1. re: Science Chick

                Yes it is off I-91. I-93 ends in St. J where it joins I-91. Then Lyndonville is about 5 miles further north.

            2. Or, you could go 93 to 89 and stop in montpelier at NECI or burlington. Takes about the same time.