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New England Traveler

61st Annual Arts Festival

For over 60 years, Cohasset’s historic town common has been the site of South Shore Art Center’s annual arts festival, attracting over 9,000 guests to the three-day festival. Held on Father’s Day weekend, a sprawling eight-pole tent housing art exhibitions, 90+ exhibitor booths, food booths, and a performance stage transform

Maine Food Trail: Lobster Rolls

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Maine Food Trail: Lobster Rolls

A lobster roll is a simple thing: basically, cold lobster meat stuffed into a warm bun. It’s the street food of the rocky Maine coast–a vernacular masterpiece served high and low, at lobster pounds, cookhouses, and seafood shacks, at supermarkets and gas stations, at fast-food chains and in home kitchens.

Frog Rock Rest Stop

The boulder that State Representative T.J. Thurber painted in 1881 was a popular picnic backdrop for generations. But when Route 44 was straightened, Frog Rock was no longer roadside, and the site became overgrown and vandalized. In 2013, new landowner Joe Lernould repainted the quirky attraction and opened an antiques

Glenwood Drive-In

Best Birch BeerNo trees were sacrificed to make this cool refreshment, but the birch-beer syrup comes from a local source. Sweet and sassy, it goes perfectly with hot dogs, burgers, and lobster rolls.

Grace Church

Join the happy throngs at the parish hall for stuffed-to-overflowing lobster rolls, prepared to order by church members at a price that can’t be beat. $13.

Lobster Landing

Situated down a narrow drive, this marina-side shack is tricky to find. Don’t bother searching online; they don’t have a website. What they do have—headlining a menu board that typically features only three items—is toasted sub rolls loaded with a quarter-pound of freshly shelled, lemon-spritzed, butter-slathered lobster. A heated tent

Red’s Eats

This teenie spot on the Sheepscot River is a “don’t miss” for lobster rolls and hot dogs.–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2010

The Lawn at Castle Hill

The most scenic place in the state to grab a G&T and watch the water has upped the proverbial ante with the addition of an official moniker and a special al fresco menu. The view is even better when your belly is full of New England favorites such as clam

Tracey s Seafood

Tracey’s serves big portions of ultra-fresh lobster, chowders, and fried seafood at low prices: Think two-for-$10-or-$14 lobster rolls, plus weekend fish fries and clam fries with free seconds for $10.95. Don’t miss the homemade pies. Best Twofer Lobster Rolls

Truro Vineyards & Crush Pad

Before touring the winery, you can picnic on the grassy lawn with Niman Ranch burgers, skirt-steak tacos, and lobster rolls from the Crush Pad food truck (a mobile offshoot of Truro’s Blackfish restaurant). The winery bar sells Truro wines by the glass to complete the experience. Sandwiches: from $7. BEST

Woodman’s of Essex

Woodman’s of Essex

Woodman’s of Essex is THE place to go for fried clams. Woodman’s is the place where the first clam was fried – on July 3, 1916. Lawrence “Chubby” Woodman started the delicious tradition and today, 3rd and 3th generation Woodman’s are still serving up fried clams, lobster rolls, onion rings,

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