Friday, September 15, 2006

Fall Road Trips - Five Meals in Five Sentences

September and October are two of my favorite months to call in sick and hop in the car for three days of Fall Fun. Here are five places worth stopping by to eat when hunger hits you on the road.

Mama’s Pizzeria (Bala Cynwyd, PA): Forget about the Philly Cheesesteak Kings, this suburban steak-shop lays some serious regicide to the proclaimed royalty of America’s greatest sandwich. Recommended: Cheesesteak, whiz, wit,

Steak Frites (Montreal, QC): Tucked in between various tourist traps of Old Montreal, this classic French Bistro offers up nine perfectly prepared items for visitors in the know. Recommended: Steak-Frites (9oz) with Mushrooms.

Sheldon Farms (Salem, NY): Independently owned and a classic representation of nostalgic Americana, Sheldon Farms offers up some of the best produce, locally baked bread and farm-raised animal this country has to offer. Recommended: Raw Sugar Corn.

Anna’s Taqueria (Brookline, MA): The Holy Grail for my own burrito crusade, Anna’s sets the standard for what I look for in the perfect Mexican meal. Recommended: Large steak burrito with black beans and sour cream.

Hoagie Haven (Princeton, NJ): A pride and joy of Princeton alumni for years, this sandwich shop produces gut busting delicacies for everyone from the over worked under grad to the golf playing tenured professor.


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