We stopped here at the end of day in Sandwich for a sweet. I got an ice-cream which was very nice. However, earlier in the day I had snapped this photo because I just can't get over some place serving so much coffee and then not letting you relieve yourself.
What is it with Sandwich and bathrooms?
The Daniel Webster Inn is a Sandwich landmark and has been around for over 300 years. It was lovely to walk in and see it all decked out for Christmas. The lobby was pretty bustling and, after lunch there was a gift shop to check out. And we loooove to shop!
Favorite Dish: We had planned to have brunch here at the main dining room but as it turns out, reservations were needed. Luckily, we could sit at the pub and order off their menu. This turned out to be perfect as I wasn't in the mood for all the food that comes with a brunch buffet.
One of my friends had a chicken sandwich off the specials which she said was delicious. My other friend had half a lobster roll and a cup of lobster bisque. I had a lobster grilled cheese type sandwich.
I worked and ate here for 3 solid years and I still crave this pizza. The crust is very thin and large and there is a wide variety of toppings. This is considered "gourmet" pizza and is definitely on the expensive side. One large pizza could be about $17- $20, but it is pretty big.
This place is known as "Sweet Tomatoes" for it's homemade sauce. There are large chunks of tomato in a thin sauce so if that's not your thing ask for them to take the chunks out.
One negative thing is that the staff is mostly high school students who can be rude.
Favorite Dish: I always order the white clam pizza (cheese, garlic, baby clams, lemon, no sauce).
This place may appear cheesy.......but it's where everyone goes for their fried seafood fix in the summer. It's a fast food set up where you order at the counter and wait for your number to be called. They have indoor and outdoor seating and a bar.
I never eat in the restaurant so I can't comment on the comfort level for dining but the food is delicious. Personally I always call ahead, pick it up, and eat elsewhere.
Favorite Dish: For a great meal I recommend sharing the fried scallops and fried clam strips (with the bellies of course), lobster bisque, and a stuffed quahog. Yum.
This is a quaint tea/gift shop that serves lunch and afternoon tea. Great variety of teas on the menu as well as in the giftshop.
I had the afternoon tea, an assortment of tea sandwiches with a scone, and a pot of tea. Cost was reasonable. Food was good.
Al fresco or indoor seating was available. I ate outside.
Favorite Dish: Enjoyed the Chicken salad.
1) For cheap eats and good food, try Capt Scott's on Tupper Road
2) For $$, splurge on The Beehive or Amari's on 6A
3) But for elegance and $$$, try the Bistro Inne on Jarvis Street. The restaurant was built into a former church. Combined with a parish house, this B&B and restaurant serves up a great combination.
4) For breakfast, everyone goes to Marshlands