Millis, Massachusetts, is a small suburban town about 25 miles southwest of Boston. As may be expected in a town founded in the 17th century that has remained small, the cuisine is warm, homey and friendly. Begin your day with light and fluffy eggs alongside cinnamon-sprinkled French toast. For lunch, buffalo tenders come with fries and onion rings accompanied by exotic milkshake options. Try the chocolate shake loaded with chocolate chips and Oreo cookies. For dinner, go Italian with a butternut ravioli appetizer sautéed with prosciutto and spinach in a sage-infused butter sauce. With your appetite whetted, move to an entrée of fettuccini laced with little neck clams, diced mussels, and sliced calamari mixed with a delicate balance of fresh basil, garlic, snow peas, and tomato, all cradled in a scampi sauce.