The Ultimate Five-Star Foodie Road Trip
From the mountains to the coast, 10 great New England dining destinations.
Edited by Scott Kearnan
Six states, 10 restaurants, and hundreds of miles of road. A culinary adventure exploring some of the biggest questions of our time, such as: Where can you get real-deal tacos in New Hampshire? Is New England’s best French bistro in Connecticut? And does food really taste better when you eat it in a fancy barn?
Here’s why the famed farm-to-table’s first, Waterbury restaurant still earns every accolade.
The remote, mill-set legend is one of the toughest places to score a reservation in America.
There’s no menu—and nearly no staff—at this A-plus surprise secreted away in the countryside.
Follow wooded country roads and the sound of bluegrass music to this quirky, wistful winner.
A nationally-lauded chef perfects tacos, enchiladas, and more amid Granite State strip malls.
A young gallerist has opened a Brooklyn-cool restaurant to help reinvent her rural hometown.
Alongside his wife-partner, Brandon Baltzley launches a winning new act in a storied career.
Here’s how seasonal harvests and a novel new chef keep the fancified grange feeling fresh.
Hell’s Kitchen alum Brendan Pelley brings a new spark to a classic Central Mass steakhouse.
Ben Sukle, a James Beard Award nominee, serves frameable dishes to a fashionable counter.