The emphasis on this foodie tour was certainly not the food! At one stop, a "lobster roll" the size of a quarter, at another one half scallop per person. It's a very misnamed tour. There was more emphasis on cocktails and how many times Pres. Bush ate here and where he sat and why, and nothing much about the chefs, how much local food is used, how or if the menu changes with the seasons - you know, things that foodies might be interested in. Very disappointing, and, as a local, I would steer my visitors away from this and tell them instead to just go to a good local restaurant and eat good local food, and take a nice walk through town to see the local inns instead of paying for this tour.
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