Sunday is probably among the busiest times to search for a nice eatery in old town Concord, MA. It seems the options were limited for a town so vested in tourist traffic. We didn't want the formality of the Concord Inn down the street, opting instead for the Main St. Market and Cafe. It apparently really was an old style grocery/market back 50 years ago. It was informal, busy and noisy with lots of people coming and going. Service was slow but our lunch picks were worth the wait. My friend had a turkey wrap that included the stuffing and cranberry sauce; she called it "Thanksgiving all rolled up!" I had a crab cakes panini which was tasty and filling. Surprisingly, this little place had a nice bar service to it. The bloody mary had a nifty bit of horseradish and kick to it. While we were too full to enjoy dessert, we will definitely be back just to sample some of the gorgeous looking treats displayed there.
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