The Best Farm-To-Table Food In Massachusetts Is Hiding Down A Bumpy Dirt Road, But It's So Worth The Effort
By Kim Falchek|Published September 27, 2023
Kim Falchek has been exploring the towns, trails, and hidden gems of Massachusetts since her college days in Boston. When not writing, Kim enjoys photography, going on road trips, and spending time at the beach. Kim has previously been a contributing writer for LA Family Travel, Global Munchkins, and Latched Mama. She currently lives in Salem, Massachusetts where she and her family embrace all things Halloween!
The road less traveled is often the best path to take. You never know what hidden gems are hiding just out of sight. The Plymouth, Massachusetts area is known for its cranberry bogs and historic attractions, but there are many other special spots in between. When you take the journey down the bumpy road to the Rye Tavern, a Massachusetts farm-to-table restaurant, you are headed towards a delicious meal.
Have you dined at the Rye Tavern in Plymouth? Was it worth the bumpy drive? More information about this hidden gem can be found on the Rye Tavern website and the Rye Tavern Facebook page. To learn about the farmer’s market, please visit The Farmers Market at Rye Tavern Facebook page. If you are looking for a nice place to stay the night, while visiting Plymouth, consider the John Carver Inn and Spa.
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