Hi there folks. Happy T day. Time where we stop by Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog and share our drink related posts.
Yesterday (Monday August 24) my daughter took a vacation day from work. We decided to do something fun and summery, and so we made reservations to go the beach. New Hampshire only has 18 miles of coastline, but in that area there are 5 state parks, some large, some small. We chose one that isn't particulary large but is a bit more "isolated" and is harder to get to if you didn't drive there.
Some parks are requiring reservations this year to keep the numbers of people down with Covid-19. They have limited the parking to 50% of the spaces, and from what I could tell, it worked really well.
And we needed lunch. So we went and tried a restaurant I had heard a lot about and had driven by about 1000 times.
Here's what we both had for lunch.
Although our lobster rolls were very good, my daughter and I both agreed we'd had better. And they were a bit pricey, considering they came with chips and wanted almost 3 dollars for French fries. It was a fun lunch however, but I won't rush back. And they aren't the best lobster rolls in New England like the sign says. (For the less money at Pop's where we usually go, you get more lobster meat and French fries) But then again, at least for whatever my opinion matters, its pretty hard to find a bad lobster roll my area. And it was still a yummy lunch after a morning at the ocean.
And that's my post for today. Hope you have a great T day.
And thanks for visiting my blog also.