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“Stopped in on a slow Sunday afternoon to treat my mom to a late lunch. The building is nicely renovated with beautiful décor and design. Our waitress was very pleasant and attentive and checked on use frequently. As far as the food, wow! We both enjoyed our sandwiches and truly well above the standard pub grub. The beers are more on the average side with the Rye IPA being the standout from the 6 I sampled that day. They had 9 on draft and with two tap handles not in use. So you will get a variety of styles. Honestly because of how great our food was, I will return again. Really worth a stop and less crowed then the places in Conway, NH.“
AirForceHops 1598 days ago
“Nice place, I won’t go into where it is, others have done that. Nice looking with rustic wood beams and a wood ceiling. I was there with my party a litte after the lunch crowd so we had the place almost to ourselves. Food was excellent. Beer I had was decent. Worth it if your in the area.“
mcox90 1633 days ago
“Stopped in here last month with the family on the way back from Maine. Great location at the intersection of 16 and 25. Rustic wood beams stone fireplace with couches and a square bar in the middle with a decent sized patio in the back. They had 8 or 10 brews on they day we stopped in, decent to pretty good. Mostly pub fare on the menu, but done very well. My wife said it was one of the best French Onion soups she’d ever had. Service was quite attentive on the midweek lunch session. Seemed a bit expensive even for a tourist area. I would go back if I were in the area.“
johnnnniee 1658 days ago
“This is a nice traditional New Hampshire country tavern on Rt 16 just a little north of the intersection with Rt. 25. Rustic looking place. Square shaped bar. Spacious seating. There were 8-10 beers on tap all brewed here. They offered an array of styles. Five sample flights for $1.50/glass. Their beer wasn’t bad and represented their styles well. Worth checking out.“
puboflyons 1658 days ago
“Stopped in on the way home from a ski trip. Perfect location and much less crowded than Moat Mt where I usually hit after skiing. Nice building with comfortable seating, a fireplace and a couch area and a music venue upstairs. Typical brewpub fare with a basic selection of house brews and a few guest brews on tap. I sampled all the house brews and they were all fairly average though none of them were bad. $1.50 per 3oz glass, no need for a paddle, taste just the ones you want to taste. Location though is what will bring me back to this one.“
BroSpud 1904 days ago
“Cozy modern/rustic brewpub we stumbled upon while driving through New Hampshire. Five taps of their own with guest taps provided good variety of styles. House brews generally good with each having a notable distinguishing feature. Friendly service, food service was quick and fresh. Menu has good variety, being essentially upscaled pub fare (grilled flatbreads, fried cheese curds) and some additional higher scale options like oysters. A nice place to stop on our way through the mountains of New Hampshire.“
brettj22 1994 days ago
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