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Eat Play Stay: Lincoln, New Hampshire

By Mary Staes | September 6, 2022

A classic mountain showdown has this hopping ski town divided. But everyone agrees that no matter which mountain reigns supreme, this four-season hot spot offers great food, bucolic retreats, and a whole new view on the great outdoors.

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Eat Play Stay: Monadnock

By LeeAnn Huntoon | August 17, 2022

In this episode of Eat Play Stay, explore Natchitoches, Louisiana, the oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase territory.

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Eat Play Stay: Portland, Maine

By Very Local Staff | May 13, 2022

Portland, Maine, is just two hours north of Boston and has lots of options for great things to eat and drink. In addition to great food, Portland is a great place to find adventure on land or on the water. Explore these fun things to do in Portland, Maine.

Eat Play Stay: The Berkshires

By Mary Staes | May 2, 2022

From boozy margaritas and snug motels to exhilarating ziplines and thrilling coasters. This is the Berkshires.

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Eat Play Stay: Newport, Rhode Island

By Very Local Staff | April 19, 2022

Catch the perfect sunset after learning to sail or riding the rails. Devour a cheeseboard al fresco, sip on a cool drink poolside, or slide into a booth at a classic Italian restaurant. This is Newport.

Eat Play Stay Cape Cod

Eat Play Stay: Cape Cod

By Very Local Staff | April 14, 2022

Let a naughty mermaid be your guide to a finger-licking, dune-humping, lobster-rolling, ghost-hunting good time in this charming and historic seaside community.

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Eat Play Stay: Salem, MA

By Very Local Staff | April 4, 2022

Meet real witches, eavesdrop on a psychic reading and indulge your sweet tooth at America’s oldest candy company. The magic happens in Salem, Massachusetts.

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Eat Play Stay: Gloucester

By Very Local Staff | March 31, 2022

Discover a death-defying party trick, an ill-mannered seagull, and the origins of the saying “know the ropes.” This historic fishing town is Gloucester, Massachusetts.