Where to Eat

Where to Eat in Downtown Concord Massachusetts. Known as the Milldam area. Rich in history. Famous authors Alcott, Emerson, Hawthorne and Thoreau. Historic structures such as The Wayside, Old Manse and Orchard House. Great restaurants, clothing boutiques, hiking trails and bookstores to name a few tourist attractions. Shop – Tour – Dine. Pick one subject matter per day trip. Perhaps “The Wayside”. Indulge in all the writings and lectures from subject matter experts. Then finish the trip to one of the many fine eateries located within the Concord Historic District.

The Cheese Shop - Concord MA - Milldam Area
The Cheese Shop – Concord MA – Milldam Area

Restaurants on Main and Walden Streets:
This is the core historic district. Referred to as the Milldam Near the Visitor Center at 58 Main Street with plenty of parking and restrooms. Where to Eat …

Caffe Nero
Comellas Restaurants
Concord Cheese Shop
Concords Colonial Inn
Fiorellas Cucina
Graem Roasters
Haute Coffee
Helen’s Restaurant
Main Streets Market And Cafe
Priscilla Candy
Sally Ann’s Bakery

Colonial Inn Restaurant - Fine Dining
Where to Eat – Colonial Inn Restaurant – Fine Dining

Restaurants at Thoreau Depot and Beyond:
Bandoleros – True Taste of Mexico
80 Thoreau
Bedford Farms Ice Cream
The Concord Market
Farfalle Italian Market
Karma Concord
New London Style Pizza
Sorrentos Pizzeria
Verrill Farm

Nero Coffee Shop - Concord MA - Milldam Area
Nero Coffee Shop – Concord MA – Milldam Area

West Concord:
Adelita Concord
Concord Tea Cakes
Debra’s Natural Gourmet
Salt Box Kitchen
Walden Italian Kitchen
Woods Hill Table

Where to Eat in Concord’s Historic District. A perfect mix of culinary, retail and literary shops.