Finally, Elm Street is the center of town. Another one-way road, it lends itself to being walkable. During Christmastime, it hosts the Holiday Stroll, and the trees lining the street are filled with lights. Restaurants and cafes line the street on either side. Beyond the food, Elm Street has the most shops in town -- anything from antiques to clothes.
The best part is that most of Elm Street is home to local businesses. It is hard not to get lost on Elm Street as you can grab breakfast and coffee at Dolce, an Italian cafe, lunch at Rosie’s, spend the afternoon shopping at Elm Street Bookstore or the Whitney Shop, have dinner at my favorite restaurant in town, Sole, and finish the night with a movie at the theater.