Nothing says summer like digging into a plate of fried clams. Phantom reveals the eight spots with the greatest golden fried orders he’s ever found.
Maine has lobster and Massachusetts has fried clams. But when it comes to summertime dining in Rhode Island, it’s all about Clam Cakes, and nobody makes them better than Aunt Carrie’s.
There’s nothing like eating fresh seafood right near the water. In the Boston Seaport District there is a little place where the portions are big, the prices are small – and the parking is free.
The Halfway Café offers diners a great meal and value without going all the way into Boston.
Situated below the Davis Square Theatre in Somerville, there’s a hideaway that’s almost impossible to spot.
By Dan Andelman, Phantom Gourmet
Most restaurants serve pasta on a plate or in a bowl, but at Mia Regazza on Route 18 in Abington, they stuff it inside a lobster. It’s one of the most indulgent lobster dishes in New England, and it’s only part of the story.
At Hash House A Go Go, the food is all kinds of crazy… and you won’t need to eat for a couple days after you eat here.
There’s an impressive new restaurant in Acton, where you can sit outside by the water or inside by the fireplace, and where the scenes in the kitchen look like something you’d see on reality TV.
The kid friendly contenders were Barbara’s, Keebler, Nabisco, and Stauffer’s.