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Tiny but excellent quick lunch/picnic stop just steps from the Concord Depot Commuter Rail train station.
 
 

 

Country Kitchen is a tiny sandwich shop in a former coal-weighing shed by the railroad tracks in Concord, Massachusetts (map), that makes the best fresh-roasted turkey sandwiches in New England.

Every morning at 5 am owner Trish Irons shoves an average of six turkeys into the ancient oven. By 10 am they're perfectly roasted and ready to be sliced and diced to make fresh sliced turkey and turkey salad sandwiches for the daily lunch crowd.

Over the 30+ years that Country Kitchen has been in business since it opened in June 1981, Trish has carved up an estimated 30,000 turkeys for the daily lunch crowd, but turkey is not the only item on the menu.

The turkey sandwiches come with lettuce, mayonnaise, cranberry sauce, stuffing and mustard, or any (or none) of the above. Choose your style of bread.

Every day of the week (except Sunday, when it's closed), Country Kitchen offers a daily special, and there's always a variety of soups and sandwiches, including New England clam chowder.

There are a few stools at the counter, mostly for a breakfast crew of coffee regulars, and a picnic table outside between the tiny building and Sudbury Road, but mostly Country Kitchen's hungry customers come for take-out: ready-made picnics for a sunny day, a grab-and-go lunch for the Commuter Rail train at the Concord Depot only a few steps away, or sustaining food for a cold winter lunch at the office or in the cab of a truck.

Country Kitchen
181 Sudbury Road (map)
Concoord MA 01742
Tel: 978-371-0181


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Country Kitchen, a former coal-weighing station.

 

 

 

 

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