Chew England

Eating out in New England

Chew England

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The Holy Donut


 We’re always on the hunt for a good doughnut, so while on our way up to Augusta, ME, we had to stop at the Holy Donut in Portland. I had heard from a friend that these potato-based doughnuts were worth making a detour. First, I was impressed with the selection. I believe the varieties can change, but the most popular are offered every day. From the impressive choices we went with: Dark Chocolate Sea.. Read More

Louis Lunch


 The famous Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut, is known as the “Birthplace of the Hamburger Sandwich,” a title so appealing, Ethan and I drove all the way from the Boston area to Yale Land just to see what the hubbub was about. Some days you feel like driving two hours to see if something lives up to the hype. For those who have never been, this place is small,.. Read More

White Farms


 Setting the bar for all ice cream (for me, anyway) is White Farms in Ipswich, Massachusetts. We drove by this place with a cow on the roof several times on our way home from York Beach, and one day finally stopped in for an enlightening experience. First, they have an awesome variety of homemade flavors, a few of which you may have to ask about. The names aren’t very descriptive.. Read More