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  • Joined: 4/16/2007
  • Location: morton grove, IL
southern new england Mon, 07/23/07 9:42 PM (permalink)
i just got back from a six day trip to ct, ri, and ma with roadfood as my culinary guide. i made a fair number of stops int rhe six days and her is what i came up with on my visits on a scale of 5
pepe 5 the best!
iggys 3.5
allie' donuts 4.5
durgin park 3.5
essex seafood 4.5
woodmans 4.5

needless to say, i did some fine eating.

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    • Joined: 1/25/2006
    • Location: Wilton, CT
    RE: southern new england Tue, 07/24/07 1:18 PM (permalink)
    Sounds like you did indeed do some fine eating. I've been to both Pepe's and Iggy's (the Narragansett bracnh open during the summer only - which one did you go to?). I'd agree with Pepe's - it's probably the best thing I've ever eaten and I thought Iggy's is great too, although I've only had the Iggy burger and Doughboys as I have a seafood allergy (also preventing me from trying Woodman's and Essex Seafood). Need to make it to Allie's next time I'm in RI.
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