- Posted October 23, 2012 by
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Bread of Life
It's a little place on the corner behind the Basilica with a large outdoor patio and a softly cheery inside. My staple order is the seafood chowder...better than any I've had in New England because it doesn't have any potatoes! Just thick cream and lightly spiced seafood to wash down with some fresh mango juice. Served with toast and butter, it's my filling pick-me-up for a late afternoon snack. You can feel right at home here with or without dining partners, catch the All Blacks on the tellie, sit and chat long after you've finished and know that you are loved.
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