The East: TWENTY-TWO RESTAURANTS WELL WORTH THE TRIP

Poor Richard's, Ogunquit, Me. In a 1780 tavern on the King's Highway, now a restaurant specializing in Yankee pot roast cooked in wine, baked lobster in wine sauce, breasts of capon and prime ribs of beef.

Newfane Inn, Newfane, Vt. Built in 1787 as a stagecoach stop overlooking the common, owned since 1957 by French-born Chef Rene Chardain. Duck and trout, with quail and pheasant in the fall.

Toll 0ate Lodge, Manchester, Vt. Pleasant mountain scenery. Excellent veal cutlets and crabmeat.

Les Pyrenees, Canaan, N.Y. Probably the best restaurant in the upper Hudson and...

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