Order breakfast off the griddle at Deluxe Town Diner.
There is something quintessentially New England about train car diners. This beloved greasy spoon joint will make you feel like you have stepped into the 1950’s. Except, in this version of the 1950’s, there are great vegetarian options and eclectic pancake variations like sweet potato pancakes. This is all alongside diner classics like burgers, chili, and Boston cream pie. Drop in for a late breakfast, or try one of their dinner entrees.
Get your veg on at Red Lentil.
With new dietary trends come new and creative restaurants. Whether you are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten free, you will find a satisfying meal at Red Lentil. The menu includes healthy wraps for lunch, soups and protein-rich mains for dinner, and even a Sunday brunch. Like many popular vegan joints, red lentil specializes in Indian-influenced cuisine, but also pulls off respectable Mexican items like tostadas, hearty classics like shepherd’s pie, and seriously tasty pizza.
Turn an everyday meal into a party at La Casa de Pedro.
This Venezuelan and Spanish fusion joint is all about great food, drinks, and fun. Try it out for a spicy twist on brunch with lovely patio seating. Or, drop in if you have a hankering for a late dinner with plenty of meat, cheese, and flavorful sauces. Lovers of creative cocktails are sure to delight. This is a very popular place, so you might want to make a reservation. And with so much space and such a festive atmosphere, it is a great place to host a party or event!