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Libbys Blue Line Diner

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A 1953 Worcester Lunch car, this diner sits like a fort, perched high above I-89, with a spectacular... View Travel Listing »

Little Lad’s

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Best Vegetarian Lunch Yes, it’s vegan, but with hearty choices that might include mac-and-cheese, chili, or eggplant cacciatore,... View Travel Listing »

Liv’s Oyster Bar

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Stylish seafood and heirloom veggies in a renovated movie theater. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Maine Foodie Tours

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Best Portland Nibbles Graze through America’s foodiest small city on a guided culinary walking tour ($45) or trolley... View Travel Listing »

Mangowood Restaurant at the Lincoln Inn

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Best Fusion Fare Singapore native Teresa Tan infuses contemporary American dishes with Asian spices to create succulent treats... View Travel Listing »

Migis Lodge

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Best Lakeside Lobster Bake Get a peek at this exclusive resort by splurging on its Friday-night lobster bake... View Travel Listing »

Mix Café & Bakery

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From the granola to the English muffins–even the chocolate milk and the cranberry cocktail (made with locally grown... View Travel Listing »

Modern Diner

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A 1941 Sterling Streamliner, this was the first diner named to the National Register of Historic Places, in... View Travel Listing »

Moon Dog Cafe

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Organic caf&eacute; on the green. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, May/June 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Morano Gelato

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Best Gelato With flavors such as Sicilian cannoli with sheep’s-milk ricotta, candied orange and pistachio, and almond-and-rum crunch,... View Travel Listing »

Morning Glory Cafe

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Best Bowl Of Noodles Taste the family’s Laotian roots with grandma-made spring rolls, or create your own pho... View Travel Listing »

Morse’s Kraut Haus

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Famous cabbage, and hard-to-find specialty foods. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Morse’s

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Best European-Style Deli &amp; Cafe Hidden in a barn amid rolling farmland is one of the state’s best... View Travel Listing »

O’Rourke’s Diner

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This eatery has been a town institution since 1941, offering 28 different omelet options. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Offshore Ale Brewery

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Best Island Ales The brick-oven pizzas are big and imaginative (roasted duck with pancetta and leeks, for example),... View Travel Listing »

Old Vines Wine Bar & Tapas Restaurant

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Best Wine Bar Mike Farrell renovated an old barn into an Old World-meets-New World European-style wine bar. Complementing... View Travel Listing »

One Stanley Avenue

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Classic Maine cuisine in an elegant Victorian setting. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine,</i> January/February 2012 View Travel Listing »

Orange Cat Café

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A favorite for breakfast sandwiches and pastries, homemade soups, creative sandwiches, salads, coffee, and sweets. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine,</i> January/February... View Travel Listing »

Orchard Hill Breadworks

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Best Diy Pizza Night Every Tuesday during the summer, pizza enthusiasts may bring their own toppings, while Orchard... View Travel Listing »

Oro

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Best Locavore Dining Owners Jill and Robin King are tight with the local fishermen and farmers, and it... View Travel Listing »

Paperback Café

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Popular spot for casual breakfast or lunch, coffee or tea break. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

PB Boulangerie Bistro

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Best Bakery Bistro You’ll have to line up for croissants or pain au chocolat at breakfast or for... View Travel Listing »

Penny Lane Pub

Penny Lane Pub

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English-style fare with light options (pear salad and gorgonzola!) and a neighborhood atmosphere. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

People’s Pint

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Best Small-Town Pub As the shire town for Western Massachusetts’ back-to-the-land movement, Greenfield has always hungered and thirsted... View Travel Listing »

Perennial Pleasures Nursery Tea Garden Cafe

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Best Garden Tea What could be more delightful than an English cream tea served amid one of the... View Travel Listing »

Perk on Church

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Coffee, cr&ecirc;pes, and quesadillas in a rehabbed Quonset hut. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Petit Robert Bistro

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Best French Comfort Food Steak-frites is only the start of authentic French bistro cooking, and Petit Robert keeps... View Travel Listing »



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