What, candy isn’t enough for you? You want something sweeter? Dig into this list of The best dessert menus in New England.
The big list featuring sweets from all fifty states comes courtesy of Eat This Not That. But we’ll look exclusively at the six New England states. Maybe a slice of Boston Cream Pie from Massachusetts? Something maple sugary from Vermont? Or a Del’s-inspired lemon meringue pie from Rhode Island? Every state in the union has their preferred confectionery concoctions. But instead of ordering just a slice of this or a piece of that, we’re ordering the whole damn menu.
It’s a fresh angle to take, frankly. Sure, you can rattle off Mississippi’s favorite meal-enders. But why stop there? This list grabs the menu at restaurants all over the United States of America, flips it over, and takes a look at the rundown of sweet treats and dessert delicacies. So not only do you get to drool over all the pies, cakes, and milkshakes, you get a primer of where to go to order them all. My goal here? To give you a sugary roadmap so that, the next time you head out on the road on a New England road trip, you’ll know where to go to get the goodies.
The Best Dessert Menus in New England
I’ve laid it all out roadtrip-style, too. We’re Boston’s ROCK 92.9, so we’ll start in Massachusetts, naturally. Then, it’s north to Vermont, east to New Hampshire, and further east into Maine After that, we’ll make our way down the coast to Rhode Island. Then, it’s west into Connecticut to wrap up our trip. And again, if you’re craving more sweets, check out Eat This Not That and their full list of the beset dessert menus from all fifty states. Let’s dig in!