Concord is home to a wide variety of great food establishments, each with its own varied and unique menu and style. No matter your taste, there is a place in town where you can go to enjoy a rich and fun dining experience. Whether you are looking for a quick bite between classes, or a full-course meal on a night out with friends, the restaurants in Concord have you covered. Seeing as how CA is conveniently located right on Main Street, most, if not all, restaurants in Concord are accessible from campus. With so many attractive places to eat in the area, you are sure to find more than a few that leave you wanting to come back for more.

Two of the more pricey restaurants in Concord are 80 Thoreau and Woods Hill Table, both of which are very different in style. Woods Hill Table is very rustic, with a focus on French and American cuisine, including burgers, bucatini bolognese, cheesecake, and more. On the other hand, 80 Thoreau is a very traditional American restaurant, and features fries, lamb, and salmon, among many other American classics. While the prices at both these places are higher than others in the area, the food is very high quality. If you are looking for a formal experience, these two unique restaurants will provide you just that.

If you are a big fan of bakeries, then you are in for a treat. Concord features many local bakeries, such as Nashoba Brook Bakery, Concord Teacakes, and Sally Ann Food Shop. Of the three, Sally Ann Food Shop is the closest to CA, and it has the largest non-bakery menu. Concord Teacakes and Nashoba Brook Bakery are closer to West Concord, and they are both very well-regarded when it comes to the quality and depth of their bakery selections. If you prefer name-brand bakeries, you can check out any of the three Dunkin’ locations in Concord, all of which carry the standard Dunkin’ foods and drinks that have made the company so popular.

Italian food is well represented in Concord, as indicated by the many Italian-style restaurants and cafes in the area. Places such as New London Style Pizza, Sorrento’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, Comella’s, The Concord Cheese Shop, and Cafe Nero are all great options if you want to sample some Italian cuisine. The main focus of these restaurants is pizza, with the exception of Cafe Nero and The Concord Cheese Shop. Cafe Nero provides more of a general cafe style and menu, with options like sandwiches, muffins, and lattes. On the other hand, The Concord Cheese Shop is a specialty food market, and is well known for its italian cheeses and deli meats. With that said, all of these restaurants have delicious selections that will not disappoint if you are looking to enjoy Italian-inspired cuisine.

In addition to Italian, there are many other international cuisines represented in Concord. Chang An Restaurant is well known for its high quality Chinese and Asian food selections, and Karma is a Japanese style restaurant that specializes in sushi. Great Mediterranean and Greek food can be found at Dino’s Kouzina and Pizzeria in West Concord, which features a great variety of dining options from that part of the world, such as fried ravioli, garlic pizza, and spinach pie. Another restaurant, Adelita, brings a high-quality selection of Mexican food to the table. All of these places have unique menus and styles, and are good representatives of their respective cultures.

There are also quite a few American style restaurants and cafes in Concord, including Main Streets Market and Cafe, Haute Coffee, and Starbucks. Haute Coffee and Starbucks both opt for a traditional American cafe, with a focus on coffee and breakfast and lunch options. Main Streets Market and Cafe is well known for its extremely broad menu and superb service. 

When it comes to dessert, Bedford Farms and Reasons To Be Cheerful have you covered. Both establishments specialize in ice cream, but have other sweet treats as well. Reasons To Be Cheerful not only has numerous flavors of ice cream, but many different crepes as well. In addition to their ice cream selection, Bedford Farms allows you to create your own customs pies and cakes, or choose from a variety of stock ones. No matter which place you pick, you can’t go wrong. 

These are just some of the restaurants and cafes in Concord that are well worth checking out. There are many unique establishments in the area that are worth your time when you find yourself hungry, so don’t limit yourself to just one or two. There is nothing wrong with having a favorite, but there are too many great places in Concord not to branch out and experience all the great food the town has to offer.