We drove from one end of the Rocky Mountain Natl Park to the other and then back again so we could see the views from both directions (and it’s not a loop so it would have been a few hours to get back to start without driving back through the park) so while in the town on the other side, Estes Park, we stopped for lunch.
We wanted something light and fast so we stopped at “Scratch Deli and Bakery”. What a great place! They make almost everything from scratch, including the bread and they also smoked the turkey meat right there. The sandwiches were HUGE and really good. Here’s my review on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/scratch-deli-and-bakery-estes-park?hrid=bZHYFQWWLM5_8BAkQA1RLw
While in Roswell we decided to go out for Thai food as we haven’t had for a while. We found a place called “A Taste of Thai” (apparently a very common name!) and it was really good! Here’s my review of it on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/taste-of-thai-roswell?hrid=ZjgsF6ufP0NBjpCax41e0A
While in Needles we visited Juicy’s Famous River Café – here’s our review (click here).
While in Gettysburg we were in the mood for pizza and stopped at a place near our RV park. It was good! Here’s my review of the place on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/tommys-pizza-gettysburg?hrid=fmAlu2HtXBXEfY9GCwWY_g
While in the Akron area (30 minutes outside of Buffalo) we decided to try some Chinese food. China King is a little storefront right in the heart of Akron. It doesn’t look like much, but the food was definitely worth it!
Here’s my review on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/akron-china-king-akron?hrid=_wwf_tG8CvyHQZgTh2TTyg
While we were stuck in the motel in Brattleboro we ate most dinners in our room (freezer and microwave food) but we went out a few times. The choices were limited in this small town, but we did go to one place that was excellent – called “Top of the Hill BBQ” as it was on a small bluff above the river that runs through town. Great food out of a very small kitchen (a bit larger than a food truck!).
Here’s my review on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/top-of-the-hill-grill-brattleboro?hrid=lzpgFuYZCGcXyb8sKlbjhQ
We wanted to get real Maine lobster while on the coast of Maine, and there was a seafood restaurant within walking distance of our RV park. It wasn’t on the water in one of the little coastal towns but it wasn’t as expensive either!
And, the food was great! Here’s the link to my review of the restaurant on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/demuros-top-of-the-hill-restaurant-southwest-harbor?hrid=zK_zc8zD1pHywU0enI5n3g.
And, here’s a picture of Jeff enjoying his lobster:
Our first day in Cape Code we went to a local seafood place in Brewster where we’re staying. The first place we stopped at wasn’t open for the season yet 🙁 – so we kept driving and found JT’s.
It was great! Here’s our review on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/j-ts-seafood-brewster?hrid=xm83b-YErRQD49tORDb37A.
I love Indian food and don’t get to have it often because Jeff isn’t fond of it. But, we tried a buffet for lunch yesterday and even he liked what he took. I LOVED IT ALL!!!
Here’s my review of it on Yelp (click here)
When we got together with Jeff’s friend from college we went to a cajun restuarant, Pappadeaux’s Seafood Kitchen. It’s a real nice restaurant and Jeff felt the Shrimp Creole was doing really well. Lynne and I both had the “skinny salmon” (no sauce) – YUMMY!
Here’s my review of the restaurant on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/review_share/gAze3qbX9r7Hjc1ciO44xw/review/Q7ZJ9HQLTqrL9Yb4wKA3rw?fsid=GRARY6ri7DAw4oT1m4xXdg