Frommers is a travel guidebook series and one of the bestselling travel guides in America. The series began in 1957 with the publication of Arthur Frommer‘s book, Europe on $5 a Day. Frommer’s has expanded to include over 350 guidebooks across 14 series, as well as other media including the award winning Frommers.com website which covers over 3,500 destinations. In 2007, Frommer’s celebrated its 50th anniversary of guidebook publishing. Since May 2007, Arthur Frommer has been actively blogging about travel[self-published source?] on the Frommers.com website.
Little Harry’s Review
Little Harry’s is an offshoot of the great Harry’s restaurant outside Ludlow. This one is located in downtown Rutland, on the first floor and in the basement of a strikingly unattractive building; yet this place has a wonderfully eclectic menu, just like its papa, with main selections ranging from grilled steak sandwiches to duck in a “searing” red Thai curry. Appetizers are equally eclectic, with choices along the lines of marinated olives, gazpacho, pad Thai, and hummus. Dishes span the globe and will appeal to anyone with an adventurous palate.
Hours: Daily 5-10pm
Location: Around Town
Reservations: Reservations recommended
Prices: Main courses $11-$17
Credit Cards: American Express, Master Card, and Visa