where would you tell me to go?
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Funny -- I found it easier to answer this for the town we used to live in (coastal CT) than for here!
Around here, assuming you mean the little town where we live -- I'd say Cornerstone Cafe. It's small, so service can be slow. But the Chicken Wild Rice Omelet is the best!
In the Cities, that's harder because we don't eat downtown very much. But we love Sebastian Joes for ice cream!
These are some of my favorites, for various reasons; most are either in Kingston or a town next to us, with one exception:
the Water Street Cafe (breakfast)
Sam Diego's (Mexican)
Mamma Mia's (Italian - they are a family-owned restaurant with 5-6 locations - one is in Plymouth on the waterfront and one is in Kingston; I actually prefer the pizza from Kingston!)
Tsang's (Chinese - they have the BEST spicy green beans!)
The Lucky Dawg Pub/Tavern - this just recently opened and they have burgers (yummy!), bar pizza, sandwiches, and some steak and seafood (I guess "American" fare - really good prices and DH and I were pleasantly surprised with the food!
Kelly's Roast Beef (on Revere Beach - for roast beef sandwiches, onion rings and I guess they have good fried seafood things too - I don't eat seafood, but know plenty of people who like it there)
I would send you to Shady Glen for their unique cheeseburger! It is like stepping into the past to a 50's ice cream shop -not because Shady Glen tries to theme itself as such. It just retains the character that it probably has had since the 50's. They make their own ice cream too!
we love this place. they give out free samples. even if you want to try all the flavors they have no problem with you sampling all the flavors. I haven't done that but every time we go in there I will try 3 differnet flavor I haven't tried yet.