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Best American Restaurants in Lowell

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Lowell Restaurants

Grazie Italian Restaurant at Four Oaks Country ClubGrazie Italian Restaurant at Four Oaks Country Club
112 reviews
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Contemporary Italian | Lowell, Boston Suburbs

A friend and I returned. We had the Margherita pizza, Meatballs, Bolognese and Gnocchi. We were not impressed with the Meatballs but enjoyed everything else. Our server Ashley Grasso was attentive. checked in often and always had a smile. Jeff Martineau More

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Cobblestones of LowellCobblestones of Lowell
600 reviews
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American | Lowell, Boston Suburbs

Hadn’t been in awhile but still as good as ever . Great menu .. not too overwhelming and a nice trip for a special date More

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Tavern in the Square - LowellTavern in the Square - Lowell
176 reviews
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American | Lowell, Boston Suburbs

Excellent service and tasty food! Will be back again soon! More

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The Worthen House CafeThe Worthen House Cafe
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American | Lowell, Boston Suburbs

Welcome to The Worthen House, Lowell's oldest and most historic restaurant and bar! The building, a traditional mid-nineteenth century vernacular survivor from Lowell’s Mill City development, was built in 1834. Much of our present interior remains, most notably the belt-linked fan system, which is the only existing set in its original building in the country. The pressed tin ceiling and the late nineteenth century bar along with the intricate woodwork behind the bar, are all from the building’s transformation into the Worthen House in 1898. A few notable patrons are said to have included Edgar Allan Poe, Jack Kerouac, and Jimmy Breslin. In 1989, “Lowell’s Oldest,” which is on the National Register of Historic Places and located in the heart of the National Historical Park, was restored.

Come in for a cold drink, a delicious meal, and a warm atmosphere.More

Discover Lowell

Lowell, Massachusetts is a great place to visit if you want to experience a wide variety of international foods. In fact, the town is home to the Lowell Folk Festival, a festival that originated in 1974 that celebrates all of the different ethnic foods in the Massachusetts town. If you’re not there in late July for the festival, Lowell still has many fine options for people looking to experience Asian, Greek, Latin and even Burmese cooking. You can try Vietnamese pho, a down-home style establishment that specializes in waffles or more than a few Greek and Mediterranean eateries. Lowell celebrates the various tastes that comprise its culinary profile, making it an excellent choice for diverse dining.