Culinary travel in MA includes tastings, cooking classes, cookware shopping

Massachusetts is a food lovers paradise and travel adventure starts when you walk out the door of your home or lodging. Stay local and visit farms, farmer’s markets, orchards and vineyards for delicious produce and meats, wines and beers, prepared foods, coffees and sweet treats. Dine causally, alfresco, on the waterfront and dine fine at popular and award-winning restaurants, cafes and bistros of every stripe. You’ll find exceptional food and ambiance to make your culinary questing all the more special. Here, Yankee hospitality and comfort food are always a good choice, and favorites like lobster, oysters, crab cakes, old-fashioned chicken pot pie, turkey dinners and pot roast are staples.

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Publick House Historic Inn On the Common Dining  Sturbridge MA
Publick House Historic Inn On the Common

277 Main Street - Route 131 Sturbridge, MA, 01566 Phone: 508-347-3313 Toll-Free: 800-782-5425

They’re passionate about food at historic inn’s tavern and bake shop

Is food your passion? Then you’ll feel right at home at the Publick House, the lovely historic inn in Sturbridge. Yankee hospitality is only equaled by the Yankee fare at Ebenezer’s Tavern, named after the inn’s Revolutionary War-era founder, Col. Ebenezer Crafts. The cozy tavern serves up traditional fare from shepherd’s pie and roasted turkey with all the fixings to jumbo crab cakes and New England clam chowder. But the tavern is only one stop on your foodie journey. The 18th century Bake Shoppe is famous for its pecan sweet rolls, decadent desserts, homemade breads and traditional pies and cakes. Baking goes on daily in its Yankee ovens, as the aroma that greets you at the door will attest.