Ludlow is a New England town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 21,103 as of the 2010 census, and it is considered part of the Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. Located just northeast of Springfield across the Chicopee River, it is one of the city's suburbs. It has a sizable and visible Portuguese community.
Things to do in Ludlow
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Produce Store with Garden Center, Bakery/Deli, Beer & Wine, Specialty Grocery, and Homemade Ice Cream Creamery Open Weekends & Columbus Day Only through October. 11 a.m.
We stopped on a whim, even though we were not really hungry, because the place looked good. We made an excellent decision. The ice cream was fantastic, and the portion size was quite large. A $7 sundae included two large scoops of their excellent ice...MoreThank you very much!
5 based on 38 reviews
We've dined here frequently when in Ludlow for an annual visit. The food has always been excellent as has been the owners and servers. But now they have raised it to a new level since the expansion and remodeling. The place is sparkling and even more enjoyable.
5 based on 32 reviews
George has the freshest fish in the area and cooks it with the cleanest oil and Tastiest seasonings. The quantity to the quality and cost is unbeatable. My favorite is the whole belly fried clams and our 2nd choice is his fried fish and chips. Plan to bring your appetite!. FRESH FISH is available to buy and take home...if you prefer to cook your own! But, why when he cooks it just right!
5 based on 25 reviews
This coffee shop shouldn't be a secret though I suspect many persons drive right by on Boston Road in Wilbraham and don't know if its existence. The owners are great, quiet but spot on regarding excellent coffee, panini's, baked goods. This is a clean, inviting, place to relax, have lunch or coffee anytime of day.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
My kids like to stop in once or twice a week. Overall they do a good job with the products and service. On this occasion (Sunday morning) the line inside had 8+ people waiting, the sandwich station obviously wasn't staffed (since orders were backing up) and several people simply walked out without getting anything. I get so frustrated when these locations spend 90% of their time focused on keeping the drive-up timer 'green' , while ignoring all the red faced folks inside waiting forever.
4 based on 56 reviews
Restaurant, Banquet Hall, Lounge & Off-Site Catering
Went here for Easter Sunday because we heard the brunch they put out is amazing and we could not have been more pleased! The food was excellent and delicious, the mac and cheese was the most delicious mac and cheese I have ever had. Fresh out of the oven prime rib on a carving table was he best part of the buffet, cooked perfectly rare and great flavor! Almost too many options to choose from but that's not a bad thing. Was VERY happy with my visit and will be coming with my family again. :)
5 based on 25 reviews
Been around a long time. We get birthday cakes and are never disappointed. Their breads are also great. Huge donuts! Breakfast pastry....don't go in there hungry, you'll want everything!
Local dairy products (a few) milk, choc milk.
Bakery, not a sit down restaurant. Get your breakfast pastries to go. Great desserts cakes for parties or whatever.
4 based on 15 reviews
This was the first time I have been to a Friendly's in almost a year. The service, cleanliness, food and value we got here will make me return soon. Half price breakfast entrees Mon. - Fri as well as special value meals make the food a bargain. Our waitress was pleasant and attentive.
4 based on 117 reviews
We usually go to Jake’s for breakfast. It’s ok, a run of the mill local place. The menu resembles a diner. The food and service are decent. However, the last time we were there I had a burger.... it was one of the best burgers I’ve ever eaten. I highly recommend you try it!
5 based on 7 reviews
I was so glad when I saw Common Grounds Cafe open up. This Cafe is perfect. They have the best coffee around, with several specialty blends. I highly recommend trying Common Grounds. If you go to DD to get their watered down weak coffee, try Common Grounds, you will never go back to DD again.
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