Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour

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Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Sun, 03/19/06 7:32 PM
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All the details for this years eating tour can be found here:

http://www.roadfood.com/store/roadfoodeatingtour/

The dates are May 6th and May 7th. Tickets go on sale on March 27th and 28th.

We hope you can join us (Jane, Michael, Stephen, Bruce & Marc)!

bethgrd
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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Sun, 03/19/06 8:12 PM
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will jane and michael be coming?

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Sun, 03/19/06 8:30 PM
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Stephen, I have visited the Clam shack before. It is super and I am truly sorry that i will be unable to make the long trek to Boston. sounds like a lot of fun and good eating.

Paul El Smith
Knoxville, TN

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Sun, 03/19/06 8:56 PM
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AWWWWW! You are breaking my heart and palate. Nick's was 2 miles from my restaurant in Hamilton, Black Cow Tap and Grill, Clam Box in Ipswich just down the road the other way and Woodman's about 6 miles away. I used to live ON Revere Beach and could walk to Kelly's. I've been to all of them many, many times. So I know y'all are going to have a fabulous tour. Sorry I can't go!

Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Sun, 03/19/06 9:40 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by bethgrd

will jane and michael be coming?
Of Course!

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Tue, 03/28/06 7:55 AM
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I'll be doing my own combo of many of those places, look forward to the wrap up. But a recommendation about Kelly's; the clams haven't been so great the last two times I've gone. Overcooked and tough. And the cheeseburger wasn't so great either, a flatter than flat patty that wasn't nearly as good as the one a seagull stole years ago. Maybe stick with the roast beef sandwich there, or I hear the lobster roll is still good (but $$$).

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Tue, 04/4/06 4:02 PM
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Is there a thread somewhere regarding carpooling arrangements for getting up to Cape Ann?

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Tue, 04/4/06 7:13 PM
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There is Train/bus service to Woodmans. It takes about 1 hour from Boston. If you need further info feel free to email me. Chow Jim

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Wed, 04/5/06 12:58 PM
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Thanks, Jim.

I guess I should have noted that I'm in NYC. Subway to train to Boston to train to bus sounds like just a bit much, even for clams.

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RE: Roadfood.com New England Eating Tour - Tue, 04/18/06 2:36 PM
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I haven't seen much chatter about this, and it's fast approaching. We are probably going to do WJ's priceline suggestion, and I'm curious if anyone has had any luck, hints advice etc. Where is everyone staying? Thanks for any info. Sue