Lowell's Finest Eateries & Watering Holes

Lowell Massachusetts is the fourth largest city in Massachusetts, and is a great place to enjoy the niceties in life. This town is one of the many historic locales that can be found in the New England region... And, has no shortage of interesting sites to check out. As you may guess, Lowell has wonderful bars to enjoy and a great selection of fine dining choices to entertain your palette. During our time in Lowell, we've accumulated a few favorite spots and it is those spots that we'd like to share with you here. We would be happy to take you to any of these great choices while you're out on our Lowell Limousine adventure!

 

Limo Boston's Lowell MA Bar & Restaurant Reviews...

Connector Cafe & Grill

724 Chelmsford St

Lowell, MA 01851

(978) 674-8047

Of all the times we've stopped in at the Connector Cafe and Grill, we've always been served up with the heartiest of portions, and the quickest speed possible. Especially when you consider just how busy they always seem to be. In addition to their standard menu, you'll find that they also have a line on the "paleo" diet as well. Whichever you choose, you simply can't go wrong. Our favorite so far (and we're far from trying everything on the menu) is their corned beef hash breakfast. The staff is really friendly too, which is obviously never a bad thing!

Dudley's

19 Merrimack St

Lowell, MA 01852

(978) 455-3050

Dudley's is not just another corner bar. Among the great selection of craft beers, premium liquor, and fine mixed drinks, you'll also find a deliciously diverse menu offering a splendid selection of various foods that can satisfy a multitude of palettes. Add in the fact that they often have great blues bands playing and you have everything you could possibly want for a great night out! Be sure to get there early though, as they often fill up early on their busiest days. To top off your evening right, grab a seat on the patio in the summer. Just a great ambiance!

Marko's Mediterranean Grill

90 Thorndike St

Lowell, MA 01852

(603) 557-0048

Since you're going to be cruising around Lowell in a limo or party bus, we'd be remiss if we didn't recommend the widely recognized "best place to get a gyro in Lowell". Don't let the fact that this place is a trailer sitting in a parking lot. The food here is simply out of this world! Not only that, it's really affordable. Especially when you take into account the mountain of food you get! If you visit in the summer, you can enjoy the warm weather sitting in one of their picnic tables. If it's winter, feel free to dine in the limo, or take it to go!

Old Worthen House

141 Worthen St

Lowell, MA 01854

(978) 459-0300

Housed in a building that was erected in 1834, the Worthen House first opened their doors back in 1898 and has been serving the people of Lowell ever since then! It's known as the oldest tavern in the city, and it's easy to see why they've survived for so long. The old-world ambiance is unforgettable, and the food and drinks are both reasonable and top of the line! You can't visit Lowell without stopping to visit the Worthen House. After all, who wouldn't want to sit in the same space that Edgar Allen Poe and Jack Kerouac once graced? It was an honor to say that we've been here, and we really can't wait to go back!

Cobblestones

91 Dutton St

Lowell, MA 01852

(978) 970-2282

This is one of the more popular mainstays within the boundaries of Lowell. Cobblestone's is, like many other New England establishments, set in a classy and historic location that really makes for an interesting dining experience. Having been here a few times, we can say with confidence that you really owe it to yourself to try out the prime rib or really any of the seafood choices. If you're wanting to eat, be sure to get a seat in the dining area as the bar doesn't always serve the full menu. They also have a wonderful side walk cafe area for you to enjoy during the warm months.

Friend's Restaurant & Pub

350 Market St

Lowell, MA 01852

(978) 453-8285

Whether you want a fine dining experience, or a great place to have some drinks... You're welcome at Friend's Restaurant & Pub. The menu here is largely Portuguese which is a nice break from the norm for us. They even offer some great Portuguese beers to try with your meal; talk about authentic! While the menu isn't the broadest, what they do make, is made to perfection. Not to mention, you're not overpaying for what you get here. The people at Friend's make it a point to hire the friendliest people, and they are always willing to go above and beyond to ensure that you're fully satisfied.

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