After our group of 10 toured the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and the Orchard House (where Louisa May Alcott wrote 'Little Women'), we were hungry, Based on the recommendation of our tour guide, we went to Trail's End Cafe, and we were very impressed by the yummy variety of sandwiches. Some of our orders included turkey club on a croissant, brie cheese and fig jam, chicken salad with granny smith apples, and crab cakes. Everyone was happy with their choices. After ordering at the counter, waiters brought our meals to us, and were very accommodating bringing pitchers of ice water and salad dressings.Definitely a place to go when touring historic Concord and you are looking for a clean, interesting place to eat.
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