Old Saybrook, probably. Can anyone reassure us about the food/chow scene? We love to eat out, and are hugely spoiled after decades in this food mecca, and are also quite keen on cooking. We're dedicated to supporting local, artisan, organic (non GMO!) foods. Will we be able to continue? Nothing will seem expensive, shy of Manhattan, after San Francisco. There doesn't seem to be much happening according to the Slow Food website. Is there something they don't know?
Why, you ask? Have you heard our governor of late? California is, at best, misdirected. And while San Francisco is wonderful for grown ups, it's hard on the kids. Imagine trying to learn how to ride a bike on a street with a 20 percent incline. Or having to have someone drive you somplace to ride your bike, or skate. Sheesh. I won't even get started on the schools.
Thanks for any insight.