Today I made a trip to Newburyport, Massachusetts, stopping at one of my favorite locales…and trying out a new one. And I wasn’t disappointed with either! My first stop was the Plum Island Coffee Roasters, a quaint cafe tucked away at the water’s edge of a marina. A bit tricky to find, the cafe was well worth the search with its delicious coffee (today’s roast was “port wine”) and harbor views.
The next stop was Giuseppe‘s, my family’s go-to Italian restaurant. Giuseppe’s made a name for themselves with their delicious take out and have recently opened a sit-in restaurant as well. We picked up some arrabbiata sauce and a Mediterranean sandwiches (absolutely delicious!). Makes me very excited to head to Europe- and Italy- in just a week!
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Waterfalls + Covered Bridges
New Hampshire Seaside Views
Running the Coast: 15 Miles of New Hampshire Coastline
New England Coffee House Charm
Boston’s North End is absolutely one of my favorite spots to visit while I’m back visiting New Hampshire. The Italian neighborhood was buzzing with people today thanks to beautiful weather and (I’m guessing) delicious canolis. My mom and I enjoyed a pasta lunch followed by pastries from Mike’s Pastry— the absolute best shop for canolis outside of Sicily. To top it off, a trip to the North End always includes a stroll along the Freedom Trail.
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