Boston Restaurant Blog -- September, 2007
Monday, September 10, 2007
It is chilly and raw in Boston today, and looks to be that way for the next day or two. Perhaps this is a harbinger of things to come in New England, as the summer is, sadly, just about over. But the end of summer also indicates the beginning of fall, which is a particularly beautiful season in this part of the country. Soon people will be driving north, west, and south of Boston, looking at leaves turning from green to orange, red, and yellow.
Fall foliage trips in New England can be memorable experiences, especially when combined with cozy inns and classic New England restaurants. The latter if of notable interest to us, of course, and we have indeed created a New England Fall Foliage Dining Options page that lists some restaurants that are great places to go after a day of leaf-peeping. This page includes the names, addresses, and phone numbers of these restaurants, and separates them by state.
If you have any favorite restaurants that you go to while doing fall foliage tours in New England, please let us know; perhaps we will add them to this page. And we hope that everyone enjoys another year of leaf-peeping in New England!
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