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Wayside Inn

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72 Wayside Inn Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776
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(617) 939-9473
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Best

Went to the Wayside Inn for a Saturday lunch. Loved the turkey dinner. It had all the usual fixings. Nice rustic dining room. Quiet atmosphere. It is worth checking the gift ...

Worst

I ate here a year ago and while the atmosphere is certainly cozy and traditional, the food isn't that good. I had a seafood mixed grill and it was salty, not fresh, and very blan...

Not Impressed 11/30/2005

I ate here a year ago and while the atmosphere is certainly cozy and traditional, the food isn't that good. I had a seafood mixed grill and it was salty, not fresh, and very bland. The service isn't great, the staff seems very frazzled and not that interested in being helpful. For the prices they charge, this place is definitely not worth it. more

Historian Inn 8/14/2005

Gave it an ok rating because I am not that interested in history, but people who are interested will enjoy this place very much. Every effort is taken to make this place have a historic feel. The grounds are extensive with authentic looking historic places. It is a great place to get a way to, if you can afford it. more
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  • The Scene
    Open since 1716--and it looks it: cavernous fireplace, beamed ceiling and tailored Windsor chairs. The spot was immortalized in 1863 by Longfellow in his "Tales of a Wayside Inn," and the same cast of characters almost seems to be here: married couples rekindling romance, families with dressed-up, well-behaved tots, and Oxford-clad regulars at the cozy, adjoining Red Horse Tavern.

    The Food
    The dining, too, is a little piece of history: Wellfleet Oysters on the half shell are fresh from the sea. Stuffed jumbo shrimp may not be unusual, but here they're served plump, juicy and rich. For Ye Olde flavor, go for the Wayside Lobster Pie--lobster meat in a light Newburg sauce with crumb topping. Just as deliciously retro but heartier is the filet mignon, broiled to order and slathered with brandied mushroom sauce.

  • 10/10/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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