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Ipswich Restaurants

Ithaki Modern Mediterranean
Ithaki Modern Mediterranean
(871)
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Mediterranean | Ipswich, Boston Suburbs

My grandaughter has spent time in Greece and loved the food there so for her 23rd birthday, we went for lunch. The waitress was a delight and excellent server, the food met our expectations, a greek salad that was fresh with the best feta cheese and spices, a fish and beet dinner and chicken souvlaki, that my said tasted like she was in Greece. So we loved it and will definitely return. More

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Grove - Briar Barn Inn
Grove - Briar Barn Inn
(23)
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Contemporary American | Ipswich, Boston Suburbs

I was thrilled to find this place... apps and dessert were OFF THE HOOK.... Pasta dishes could have used a bit more flavor... but overall really impressive..... More

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Discover Ipswich

This coastal village is known for its bountiful fishing waters and is even more famous for its yearly Ipswich Chowderfest. Why chowder? Well, in Ipswich, there’s one type of seafood that is the most popular: clams. In fact, you can get one of the best bowls of New England clam chowder that you’ve ever had in the Ipswich area. Fried clams are also massively famous and delicious. In fact, legend states that this fried food was invented in town by the potato chip entrepreneur Lawrence “Chubby” Woodman in 1916. In any case, clams are definitely big around here. If you love other types of cuisine, you’ll find plenty to satisfy your appetite in Ipswich. From steak to pasta to burgers, there is a delicious array of food to discover.

Discover Ipswich

This coastal village is known for its bountiful fishing waters and is even more famous for its yearly Ipswich Chowderfest. Why chowder? Well, in Ipswich, there’s one type of seafood that is the most popular: clams. In fact, you can get one of the best bowls of New England clam chowder that you’ve ever had in the Ipswich area. Fried clams are also massively famous and delicious. In fact, legend states that this fried food was invented in town by the potato chip entrepreneur Lawrence “Chubby” Woodman in 1916. In any case, clams are definitely big around here. If you love other types of cuisine, you’ll find plenty to satisfy your appetite in Ipswich. From steak to pasta to burgers, there is a delicious array of food to discover.