Thursday, April 23, 2015

jm Curley, Boston, Massachusetts

For our next road trip we are taking you into the city of Boston for a stop at jm Curley, named after the former mayor of Boston, James Michael Curley. Although they don't have a large menu, the food is delicious and worth a visit.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

The Daily Scoop, Bristol, Rhode Island. How far would you drive for super premium ice cream?

One of our favorite coastal towns to visit in New England is Bristol, Rhode Island. Unlike many other coastal towns, Bristol has yet to be overdeveloped. When you are near the water it is quiet and relaxing, hopefully, this serene place will remain unspoiled for all to enjoy for many years to come. A fun fact about Bristol - it is the home of the oldest July 4th parade in the country.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Simon Pearce Restaurant, Quechee, Vermont. How far would you drive for the best Cheddar Cheese Soup?

Our next trip, takes us to the small town of Quechee, Vermont. Here, you will find the Simon Pearce Restaurant, a real culinary gem, you must hop in the car because it's definitely time for a road trip.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Road Trip # 1, Mario's Italian Restaurant, Lexington, Massachusetts

For our inaugural road trip we have decided on an old favorite, MARIO'S in Lexington, Massachusetts. Mario's is a great family style Italian restaurant in that they are very reasonably priced and their portions are large.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Time for a Road Trip, would you drive over 4 hours for a Reuben sandwich?

My wife and I enjoy our free time on the weekends and rarely stay home or near home.  Thus became the habit of taking road trips with and without destinations.  Often, we will jump in the car and just drive and go in whatever direction feels right. So, it shouldn't surprise you that these trips would involve food - whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner.