This delightful eatery, Storrowton Tavern is located in a museum of historic buildings in East Springfield, Massachusetts offers traditional New England fare. Friends of ours who live nearby guided us here where the four of us feasted on Yankee Pot Roast, Fried Oysters, and Roast Duck L’Orange. The tavern is housed in buildings that date from 1789 and 1822 and exude colonial elegance!

After dinner we wandered through the quiet streets marveling at the historic 18th and 19th Century buildings that have been rescued from other locations and brought here to create Storrowton Village on the grounds where The Big E, the Eastern States Exposition happens every fall. We will not still be in the area then but hopefully, with family and friends nearby we’ll get to experience the fun of it one year. In the meantime it was fun to explore the area without the crowds!

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