I stopped here on a Tuesday afternoon for lunch and it was pretty quiet. The place has a sports-bar feel with several large TVs tuned to ESPN. They had 7-8 of their beers on tap, which were pretty basic styles (I tried the stout which was decent and the pilsener which was pretty good). The food menu is fairly extensive, featuring most of your typical pub fare. I had the soup and salad which was tasty. Overall, a decent stop although there is really nothing about the place to stand out in my head and I’m sure I’ll forget I ever went here in a few years. Would I come back? Meh...maybe, but probably not.
Nice brewpub in downtown Nashua. Plenty of seating inside, very nice large bar, outside patio area also good. The staff is friendly too.
Didn’t try the food but I’m sure it’s fine.
As for the beers, they typically have about 8 of their beers on draught and a cask ale. Your best bet is to get the sampler and pick which one you like. The selection always varies and I definitely appreciate the brewmaster’s various takes. There is no category to peg the beers into. They do English ales, Belgian beers, Belgian inspired English ales etc.
You’re bound to find something you like and it’s definitely worth trying out.
Établissement visité le dimanche 18 juillet vers 15h. Ambiance: Très grand restaurant couvert de boiseries, briques et marbres. Musique en sourdine. Service: Attentionné avec présentation des bières maisons. Sélection: 8 fûts maisons lors de notre passage. Nourriture: Nous avons pris "Taco Salad", "California Turket Panini" et "Martha’s Clam Chowdah. Le chowder était sublime. (154e rating d’établissement)
This place is really noce, ample dining area, with a circular bar area, circular booths, a good selectiom of beers, but nothing really special. A nice touch with the candy store. Service was friendly if not a bit innatentive. 8 samplers for 8.95$.
Located in the heart of town. Part restaurant, part chocolate store, part brewery. Food was good. I had the lamb salad and nachos. Beer selection is good. There were 9 beers on tap when I was there. Good service. Worth a visit if in the area.
Pleasant small town brewpub, on a pretty and historic long street. Good sized patio, well kept, above average service. The brewmaster is relatively new here, and experienced and his lineup was above average and a bit adventurous. Good turnover in beer keeps it fresh. Early part of lunch, really not to busy for summer, perhaps reflecting the economy though traffic was fairly buzy. A worthwhile stop if you are passing through. Guest taps would be appreciated to encourage the trip for others, certainly not key for me though.
mcox90 (58) Wilton, New Hampshire | March 20, 2009| Updated June 14, 2014
This is a nice little brewpub/restaurant not to far from where I live, The interior is nice, wood paneling and brick walls. It’s an old 1800’s building. During better weather there’s outdoor sidewalk seating. The staff is fairly attentive and you usually get seated right away. The food is average. I usually eat from the sandwich end of the menu so I can’t comment on the entree’s. Beers are average to very good, depending on your taste. There’s typically 7 of their brews on tap, plus bottled macro brews. Growler refills are reasonable. All in all, a nice place
This is a very nice pub, there’s lots of wood and brick walls. The service and food were good. There was 7 beers on the menu and the quality varied between average to very good. It’s not awesome, but I wouldn’t mind going back to Martha’s.
I like this place but it pretty much turns into a nightclub at nights on Friday and Saturday. And as that happens it seems the average age drops. The food is solid and the beers I’ve had there have been pretty good as well. I really liked their Biscuit City Pale Ale and Another Ale. They don’t have the largest selection however. Half dozen taps or so. It is spacious so you shouldn’t have problems getting a table or a spot at the bar (which is also pretty big) unless you come on the aforementioned weekend nights when it is absolutely packed.