Kool Kone is a longtime roadside attraction in Wareham, attracting crowds year-around. Customers come for lunch and dinner and for ice cream any time of day and play mini golf in the adjoining “Dolphin Cove.”
Nick's famous sandwich is a well-stacked pile of soft pink roast beef inside a giant rectangular roll that is egg-yellow and studded with squiggles of onion. Many condiments and add-ins are available, including horseradish, cheese, mayo, and mustard, but the people’s choice is barbecue sauce, which has a spicy sweetness that makes it beef’s good companion.
New England summertime seafood at its finest. Here is one of the region's biggest, best, and least expensive lobster rolls. Also excellent fried clams and a surfeit of good ice cream concoctions.
A friendly waterside restaurant serving expertly-prepared local seafood at reasonable prices. Don't miss the chowder and the maple-glazed scallops. And the house-made cakes are dessert to remember.
Mr. Bartley's is a Cambridge institution patronized by people from all walks of life. The extensive menu features sandwiches and burgers named after politicians, sports stars, and other glitterati from the Boston-Cambridge area.
Mee Sum is a classic mid-20th century Cantonese-American restaurant, complete with powerful rum drinks in novelty glasses. In addition to its moo-goo-gai-pan repertoire, it offers first-rate versions of Fall River's unique chow mein sandwich, as well as chop suey sandwiches and egg foo yung sandwiches.