New England Guide

Josie’s Guide to New England: 

I’ve lived in New England since I was born. Over the course of seventeen years, I’ve learned a little bit about living here, and I’ve developed a list of my favorite places to visit in each state…

New London County
Niantic Bay Boardwalk, Niantic
Book Barn, Niantic 
Cafe Sol, Niantic
Past to Present, Niantic
Anna Pearl’s Curiosities, Niantic

Windham County
Sawmill Pottery, Putnam
85 Main, Putnam
Antiques Marketplace, Putnam
Tunk City Revival, Danielson
Heirloom Cafe, Danielson
Logees Greenhouse, Danielson

I live fairly close to the CT/MA border, so I visit pretty frequently.
Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall
Mike’s Pastry

Western MA
Calvin Theater
The Roost
Thornes Marketplace
La Veracruzana
Sticks and Bricks

Central MA
Seed to Stem, Worcester
Shawarma Palace, Worcester
Crompton Collective, Worcester
Bedlam Book Cafe, Worcester
Gongcha Bubble Tea, Worcester
Fatima’s Cafe, Worcester
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester
NU Kitchen, Worcester
Chashu Ramen, Worcester
Worcester Public Market, Worcester
(can you tell I love Worcester?)
The Rose Room Cafe, Webster
Booklovers’ Gourmet, Webster

Rhode Island
Misquamicut State Beach, Westerly 
Watch Hill
Providence Place Mall
Federal Hill
Venda Ravioli 

New Hampshire
Unfortunately, I can’t tell you much about this state. My grandpa lives here, but that’s about the only connection I have to it.

I love Maine! I’ve only visited once, but we were there for a week and spent a good time in Portland and OOB.
— Portland
Green Elephant

This is where my mom lives, so I visit Vermont quite often. It is the most beautiful of all the New England states, in my opinion.
— Burlington
Phoenix Books
Crow Bookshop
Lake Champlain Chocolates
Shy Guy Gelato
Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace
Penny Cluse Cafe

— Stowe
Stowe Mercantile
Piecasso Pizza
Trapp Family Lodge
Ben and Jerry’s Factory

— Brattleboro
Yalla Vermont
Brattleboro Food Co-Op
Everyone’s Books

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