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Restaurants in New England with Good Popovers?

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What New England restaurants are known for their popovers? A few that come to mind are the Continental in Saugus, MA, Passports in Gloucester, MA, and the Jordan Pond House in Acadia National Park, ME. Any other places in the region? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 9/23/09 by hiddenboston)


REPLIES:

SB wrote:
Judie's Restaurant, in Amherst, MA has good ones, but nothing will ever come close to the glorious popovers served on the lawn at Jordan Pond Tea House in Acadia Park, Bar Harbor, Maine.
(Posted on 9/23/09)

KB wrote:
Anthony's Pier 4.
(Posted on 9/23/09)

HeidiHall wrote:
Anthony's Pier 4 in Boston.
(Posted on 9/23/09)

MC Slim JB wrote:
Anthony's Pier 4 is the famous one, but I've also had good ones at Clover Food Lab (made fresh in the mornings), Ula's Cafe in JP, and Ecco in Eastie (it's what they use for their lobster roll). They also have them at The Continental in Saugus, but I haven't made it up there yet.
(Posted on 9/23/09)

cs wrote:
Pie in the Sky Woods Hole.
(Posted on 9/23/09)

Erin wrote:
I can't believe no one has mentioned the Salem Cross Inn yet - they're known for them! :)
(Posted on 11/27/09)

anonymous wrote:
They have good popovers at Mt Vernon at the Wharf.
(Posted on 11/27/09)

PH wrote:
The Continental in Saugus.
(Posted on 11/27/09)

CB wrote:
The Woodshed in Moultonboro, NH. The individual popovers are baked in clay flower type pots.
(Posted on 11/27/09)

MMO wrote:
The Ship (Mt. Vernon) in Lynnfield, Mass.
(Posted on 12/19/09)

CMcG wrote:
Saugus MA, The Continental, the best!
(Posted on 10/28/10)

CLM wrote:
Popovers Bakery in Portsmouth, NH. Delicious!
(Posted on 10/28/10)

S wrote:
Continental on Rt. 1. Classic.
(Posted on 10/28/10)

Fun and Fearless in Beantown wrote:
I definitely have to second Judie's in Amherst!
(Posted on 10/28/10)

Cape Dan wrote:
Judie's in Amherst, MA. They are wonderful with the apple butter she serves with them. Simply wonderful...
(Posted on 10/29/10)

BrianX wrote:
The Fireside Grill in Middleboro, MA. That place and Dave's Diner down the street (owned by the same people) are pretty much the only reasons to ever go to Middleboro.
(Posted on 10/29/10)

Rob Sama wrote:
I miss the Popovers diner in Wellesley. They had the best ones ever. I have no idea where to go to get them now....
(Posted on 10/29/10)

Diamond Dave wrote:
Passports in Gloucester.
(Posted on 10/29/10)

RG wrote:
Not hidden, but lobster popovers at Towne in the Hynes are the best on the planet.
(Posted on 10/29/10)

Beth wrote:
Sweeny's retreat in Marblehead has good ones at night only.
(Posted on 6/14/11)

jlk wrote:
Popovers in Portsmouth NH is the best. All day always perfect.
(Posted on 4/6/13)

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