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Spend a Winter Day in New England

Spend a Winter Day in New England
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One Response to Spend a Winter Day in New England

  1. Debra LaConte January 4, 2011 at 3:18 pm #

    I ran right to the Driftwood for breakfast after reading this article last January. I was soooo disappointed. The food was ordinary,Wonderbread straight out of the package…. no view of the water, and the bathroom was up in an attic with food supplies, and cobwebs, that you had to pass by. I really can’t figure out how this made the top breakfast place for a winter’s day. It was freezing in there, esp. the bathroom !
    The next time you need a good place for breakfast with “homemade bread” and fresh fruit in all seasons….go to Somerville, MA to The Neighborhood Restaurant. I can name 50 others too that are far better than the Driftwood.

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