It’s a great time for a nice hot bowl of chili, isn’t it? And not just because February 23 is National Chili Day. Any day is good.
Not a fan of chili? How about some good, old-fashioned New England clam chowder – just in time for National Clam Chowder Day on February 25.
Here’s a look at Dracut establishments that offer either chili, chowder or both. (We’re including all varieties of chowder, not just clam.)
Tell them Dracut Economic Development sent you. And, as usual, let us know if we missed anybody.
Bobola’s Family Restaurant, 1420 Lakeview Avenue, serves a chowder of the day.
Brothers Pizza, 1734 Lakeview Avenue, offers chowder on Fridays.
The menu at Brothers Sports Bar & Grille, 101 Broadway Road, includes both chili and chowder.
Coyle’s Roadhouse Restaurant & Tavern, 1480 Broadway Road, also offers chili and a seafood chowder
What’s better than chili? How about chili on fries? That’s on the menu at Don Tito’s Mexican Grill, 34 Broadway Road.
Dracut House of Pizza, 1067 Lakeview Avenue, has a clam chowder, as does Family Pizza, 1595 Lakeview Avenue, while Jimmy’s Restaurant & House of Pizza, 282 Pleasant Street, offers two kinds of chowder -- clam and fish.
M.L. Shaw’s Country Kitchen, 14 Loon Hill Road, features a chowder of the day on the lunch menu.
Owen and Ollie’s, 91 Mill Street, has clam chowder, while just a bit down the road at Paddy’s Ale House, 1629 Lakeview Avenue, you can order a corn chowder.
Go to Primo Pizza, 149 Parker Avenue, on a Friday, and you can order a fish chowder.
What would a beach club be without a chowder? The Sandbar, 39 Elm Street, offers a clam chowder.
The Sport Zone, 1734 Lakeview Avenue, can hook you up with both a clam chowder and a bowl of chili.
Tavern on the Line, 1794 Bridge Street, offers chowder on Fridays, and the chef gets to choose what kind.
The Village Inn, 544 Broadway Road, is happy to serve you a hot bowl of clam chowder.
And lest we forget, Wendy’s, 5 Arlington Street, offers a pretty darn good bowl of chili.