FOOD: New England Seafood
I spent last week seeing the sights of New England with my family. Being that it’s my family, it included a lot of stops for noshing. (And a few stops for shopping.)
Pictured on the left is a really awesome tie that I totally wish I’d bought at Building 19–(which is a New England cross between Goodwill, the dollar store and a scratch and dent joint–but the glory that is Building 19 deserves a blog post of its own!)
Here are a few of the places where we went last week on our quest to eat our way through New England:
While I’m partial to the lobster roll joint on the bridge in Kennebunkport I realize that there are other places you can eat this delicacy.
Red’s Eats is one of the other top places where you can get lobster on a bun, with nothing but mayo and butter to set it off. I love a lobster shack far more than a fancy lobster place!
It looked like Red’s Eats might have been included in the book, “1000 Places To See Before You Die.”
One of the things you may not know about my home life is that my sweetie is addicted to fried clams. And when I say addiction, I mean addiction. On one trip up north, we had to pay a visit to a real ER. The diagnoses: an overdose of fried clams. Honest.
As a result of this addiction, we often pilgrimage to what is often considered to be the best friend clam in the world: The Clam Box. (It’s quality over volume these days for my sweetie.)
But of course, these weren’t the only seafood places we ate. Here are some other seafood pic’s after the jump:
|Lobsters at Gilmore’s Seafood, Bath Maine|
|I think my sweetie used to give the Pollock he caught to the cat.|