Where would you go?????
This Saturday me and the SO have decided to rent a car and do sort of a two person chowdown at several different places in Massachusetts before heading to Providence to go to Dave and Buster's. The thing is we have NO CLUE where to go...lol. We like all different types of food and we are always seeking a unique and different experience. Some places I thought about were:
All Asia in Saugus
Great Wall in Bedford
Minado in Natick
Woodman's or The Clam Box
Kelly's Roast Beef in Medford
Okay I got brain freeze......
We would like some type of roadside ice cream place to head to as well.
We want to got to at least 4 or 5 different places...all uniquely different.
Where would u go??????????????????????????????
Wow what u have listed is a true geographic challenge especially before a trek south to PVD. and have u seen the price of gas lately ??? maybe focus on 4 or 5 spots on the way to PVD.. There is a great ice cream place in Easton ( near the 5 corners in Stoughton ) name escapes me , but since I am a City and North Shore girl I am sure other hounds can suggest other spots in that geography ( Sharon Stoughton Canton Norwood Easton) that might fill the bill. And save u a tank o gas
Since you're up for serious mileage, I'd go to Benson's Ice Cream on 133 in West Boxford, and take a cooler with some ice-packs. They make their ice cream on-site with ripe local fruit. This time of year it will likely be peach and/or blueberry. The fruit ice creams cost a little more than their other homemade flavors, but this is the best that fruit ice cream can be. Although it's on 133, it's almost in North Andover, so not very near The Clam Box (I prefer CB and Farnham's to Woodman's). But if you're going to Ipswich/Essex, do try Benson's. BTW, a Kelly's-fan friend of mine insists that the original Revere location has better food than the satellites.
"Revere location has better food than the satellites"
With all do respect to your friend, etc. I hear that oft' repeated saw over and over again and just don't see it. I grew-up with the original but the Natick and RT.1 Saugus locations' fare tastes just as good, IMO, and I hit them all fairly regularly. Maybe that perception comes from imbibing too much BBQ sauce or that they just really, really like seagulls. :)
Where are you starting out and what route are you taking to Providence? That could help us to organize a logical agenda for you.
Few random thoughts. I would go to Stoughton House of Pizza and have linguica pizza. Also, Joan and Ed's Deli in Natick for apple streudel cheesecake, and George's Coney Island in Worcester for a couple of chili dogs.