This local favorite opened in 1979 and still makes fresh ice cream on site with premium ingredients. The delicious recipes are the work of the shop’s founder, Walter Simonsen, who created many of HP Hood’s ice cream recipes and even invented frozen yogurt.
French Memories brings a taste of France right to Snug Harbor. Founded in 1989 by Philippe and Debra Odier, the bakery features Parisian sandwiches and tempting pastries, as well as a selection of coffees and desserts.
Family-owned Foodie’s is a full-service market located in Hall’s Corner of Duxbury. The grocery store provides fine foods and will special order any product that is not available on their shelves. The in-house chefs cook hot meals and fresh salads daily. In addition to any everyday essentials, Foodie’s also provides a selection of beer and wine.
A Duxbury landmark for over 50 years, the Milepost Restaurant & Tavern offers home-style meals in a quaint environment. The menu offers a variety of seafood dishes in addition to beef and poultry options.
Tsang’s Café offers a selection of Chinese entrees and drinks.
Established in 1998, Snug Harbor Fish Company provides the local community with fresh caught fish. They offer a wide variety of fresh fish, fresh vegetables, and even prepared foods. Snug Harbor Fish Company is a great spot for lunch and for enjoying the buzz of Snug Harbor.
This family run farm stand offers a selection of vegetables, eggs, and blueberries you can pick yourself. In the winter months, they also offer Christmas trees.
This farm stand offers fresh vegetables and cut flowers throughout the spring and summer. In addition, it provides free-range eggs. All products are available at its honesty stand from May through October.
Tony and Anna Bongiorno moved to Duxbury over 75 years ago and began raising chickens and selling them out of a small shop in Quincy. Eventually they began raising turkeys and established Bongi’s in 1947. Located on route 53, Bongi’s became an institution for vacationers traveling to Cape Cod. Bongi’s still serves delicious food using the same recipes established all those years ago.
Sun Tavern’s roots stretch back to 1741, when the farmhouse – which now comprises the front part of the restaurant – was first built. Once home to the hermit Lysander Walker, the restaurant is now owned by Larry and Carol Friedman. The Sun Tavern serves classic American recipes and offers space for private events.
The Windsor House Inn offers food and accommodation for visitors and residents alike. The restaurant serves a variety of dishes, with a focus on New England style fare, while the accommodations feature private bathrooms and tasteful décor. The restaurant also offers private function rooms as well as indoor and outdoor spaces to host parties and gatherings. Owned by the Windsor family until the 1950s, the restaurant and inn has strong historic links to the Duxbury community. At present, the Windsor House Inn is owned by Chuck Weilbrenner and Holly Safford, and their sons, Andrew and Alex Marconi.