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Old Mill Restaurant, Westminster, MA

The 1761 Old Mill, Westminster, MA

by Eric H., lifelong New England native

The 1761 Old Mill in Westminster, MA, is not only a great spot to go for New England Yankee fare, but as one of New England's more scenic building landmarks.  The duck pond, long front porch, a covered bridge, beautiful waterfall, the rustic restored former saw mill, and attractive forested surroundings has been attracting adults and children for generations.  It's a peaceful oasis that is just as nice inside with a roaring fireplace in the winter, post and beam design and a neat gift shop downstairs with all sorts of nooks and crannies leading from one surprise to another.  The  Sunday morning buffet stands out with its homemade corn fritters and pecan rolls, carved ham and roast beef, breakfast specials, an endless array of homemade desserts and much more.  The regular lunch and dinners menus are terrific, too, and include an unbeatable roast prime rib and roast country duck.  Save some room for the delicious apple crisp!

The 1761 Old Mill , Rte. 2A, Westminster, MA 01473, Phone: (978) 874-5941

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