A mere four-hour drive separates Boston from New York City, and in the span of roughly 230 miles between the two cities, drivers on I-95 will find ocean views and plenty of stops along the way to curb road trip hunger pangs. Cutting through the center of Rhode Island and skirting the coast of Connecticut, I-95 takes road trippers through several major cities and smaller towns, each with its own local flavor.
From an oasis of baked goods in Providence, RI to a small sandwich shop in Stamford, CT, there are opportunities to fill up on coffee, order breakfast sandwiches via a drive-thru, or take a break to stretch and enjoy waterfront views. Here now are the 10 places along the route that will help the trip fly by. The stops are arranged for a road trip from Boston to New York, but the same trip can be made in reverse. Southbound and northbound exits are noted when applicable, and do note each stop’s hours of operation.Read More