Best things to do in Salisbury
Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.
“Fantastic food, gorgeous setting. Two places to eat in the Inn: Provisions which is very casual and relaxed, you can sit at a communal table and play board games. The more formal pub rooms is stunning and has a nice cozy fireplace in the winter. ”
“Great spot for brunch, fine dining for dinner and for a quick bite go around back to Provisions for counter service. Great spot in winter to check out fire next to pub. Outdoor seating during summer. ”
“Terrific menu, probably the best sushi in the area, good bar. You'll be rubbing elbows with the prep school parents in the area. Good, on the pricey side.”
“One of the best croissants I've ever had. All in house home made. Coffee and teas of all sorts. On Main Street so you can grab a cup and walk around for a bit.”
“Hotchkiss Golf Course Located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, the Hotchkiss Golf Course circles the campus of the school, which is located on the top of a hill overlooking the village of Lakeville, Connecticut. In 1924, prominent golf course architect Seth Raynor designed the course, which still retains some of the best examples of his work in New England.”
“This little restaurant is renowned for their baked goods and teas. I wonderful little seating area compliments the wonderful food. Enjoy Chai Tea along with a slice of the "not to be missed" Tomato Pie for lunch. If you have room, and if your conscience approves, do go for a slice of the Devil's Food cake. You will now know how the cake got its name - it's so decadent. ”