There is something deeply authentic going on at this bakery. Inside a well maintained historic structure, the food is painstakingly made from scratch. We had chili because we love chili. And it was good. But, the fish chowder looked like a recipe passed down from the town's Pilgrim era.
The cranberry orange muffin held whole pieces of real oranges and cranberries. I have never in my life seen such fresh ingredients.
Murals on the walls in the dining room are museum quality. The service was fast. The fresh food was delivered to our porch table quickly.
We made friends with the many locals who streamed continuously in and out of the bakery. They were EXCEEDINGLY welcoming and friendly.
It seems that the Blue Blinds is a favorite town meeting place for the locals. We met an authentic descendent of the original Pilgrims!! What a delight!! The group of neighbors we met were wonderfully candid and could talk about history as if it took place the day before.
If I am ever in Plymouth again, a stop at the Blue Blinds is a must.
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