This is one of the most popular dishes across the country. In its honor, Mashed highlighted the best Chicken Parmesan in December, and a New England restaurant was named.
Describing this dish as “comfort food at its finest,” Mashed says, “Whether you’re enjoying elevated dining or you just want a quick bite at a neighborhood spot in sandwich form, there’s a chicken parmesan option for you.”
Do you go with pasta or sub?
In addition to its hot and delicious taste, chicken parm has the flexibility to come in various forms. It’s commonly paired atop a mound of fresh pasta. Then, it is smothered by tomato sauce. Furthermore, a chicken parm sub sandwich is also a very satisfying (and filling) lunch option. Tucked in tightly between a crunchy sub roll and oozing with mozzarella cheese, this sandwich option can be found in restaurants and delis.
In New England, the restaurant that was named among the best for its chicken parmesan dish is not the first place you think of when searching for the best Italian food. In fact, this popular destination is better known for the nature adventures they offer. There’s a good chance you have embarked on a ski or hiking trip here.
We’re heading to Stowe, Vermont to a restaurant that is locally well-known for their pizza. Yet, it’s their chicken parm that is getting the national attention.
Located at 18 Edson Hill Road in Stowe, Salute serves their chicken parmesan dish specifically with rigatoni instead of spaghetti. Digging into the menu at Salute you’ll find this meal under the pasta al forno section, simply listed as “Parmesan.” Eggplant or veal are options here, but the chicken is the all-star of the bunch, however.
At Salute, you can wash the best chicken parmesan in New England down with various wines, beer, or spirits. If you are searching for the best chicken parm in Massachusetts, Eat This, Not That selected Carmelina’s in Boston for their smoked mozzarella take on this classic meal.