Three Rivers, Massachusetts, is known for Red Bridge State Park, which features a man-made dam and facilities for fishing, boating, and hiking. Seafood is a community specialty; you could enjoy a traditional bowl of New England clam chowder accompanied by cheddar cheese biscuits and a mug of hot tea or your favorite ale. Irish food is popular in this area, and several family-owned and operated restaurants offer entrees such as shepherd's pie, bacon and cabbage, and sausages with boiled baby potatoes and cabbage. The area also has several diners with their own bakeries. Sunday brunch is a big deal in Three Rivers, with a hearty meal such as whole-wheat toast and eggs over-easy a common local staple.