We hit up the Decordova yesterday - a cold but sunny day, which highlights the stark beauty of the museum grounds. Afterwards, we did a drive-by at Lincoln Kitchen near the train station. We were not hungry enough to go in at 5 pm. Has anyone tried it? It’s from the same folks who own Trail’s End in Concord? Generally, we just need something serviceable, with decent beer and wine options, and a place that won’t mind a sometimes restless but always friendly 2.5 yo spring onion. It’d be nice to have something that fits this description that is so close to the Decordova.
Digga, it’s on our list for cheapish Monday date night and we’ll give it a try within the next few weeks unless it’s too busy. I’ll report back.
Have you picnicked at the DeCordova? We go a few times a summer, packing folding canvas chairs. It’s great, rarely crowded. You can legally bring beer and wine, and the cipollini (he, I think?) will be able to toddle and run freely. I don’t have to tell you how fabulous the grounds are, with the deep peace of the towering evergreens and fun sculptures and it’s free after museum hours.