But while virtually everyone seems to love a good diner when traveling New England, how do you truly know which ones are the best?
VisitingNewEngland editor Eric Hurwitz took the guesswork
out of finding great New England diners in his new book, The Best Diners in New England. The
past several years, Hurwitz often stopped at diners as an affordable
way to eat while writing
his web site. Some were great, others just OK, and a few achieved
dubious greasy spoon status. Several months back, Hurwitz reviewed his
list and started writing, in detail, about the 50 best diners he
experienced in New
England. The book features a lively mix of diner descriptions, food
offerings, history, interviews, interesting anecdotes, some
storytelling and lots of colorful photos of these local treasures. All
types of diners are included -- historic, modern, popular,
hidden, breakfast-only, 24/7, and even those those that serve lobster!
The Best Diners in New
England is an ideal book for all walks of life -- froms ages
eight to 98 (or older).
The book can be taken anywhere -- whether at home or on the road --
since it is on Kindle and can also be read on your SmartPhone through
the Kindle app. It is also affordable -- the price of a blue plate
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