I had an opportunity to check out the new Great Road Kitchen in Littleton, MA recently.
Chef Chris Frothingham brings hand made pasta, local seafood, and quality meats and chops to the varied menu. A little something for everyone!
There is lots of atmosphere here too with a great bar area, tournament shuffle board tables, several TVs to watch the big game and a serious beer, wine and mixology program.
Don’t let the suburban locale fool you, Marcus Palmer again offers one of the best wine by the glass programs anywhere in the state along with an affordable wine list. a large selection of craft beers and inventive cocktails. Try one of their creative bloody marys if you stop by for brunch.
Here’s a look at some of the yumminess of the brunch.
Look at this quiche. Delicious. It’s seasonal and changes each day. This day’s included cheese and chive.
From left, the corn flake crusted french toast with maple pecan butter, the corned beef hash, and the lobster benedict.
Also a look at the gorgeous interior. The food is great, but, honestly, I could sit in this restaurant all day. It’s very comfortable with a great interior design. Perfect place to meet friends for a meal. If you’re close to Littleton, it feels like a day/night out in the city without the schlep!
If you go:
Great Road Kitchen Oyster Bar & Grill
613 Constitution Avenue
Disclosure: I was invited to a media preview of the brunch. All opinions are, as always, my own.