Franklin is a city in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. At the 2010 census, the population was 8,477, the lowest of any of New Hampshire's 13 cities. Franklin includes the village of West Franklin.
Things to do in Franklin
5 based on 184 reviews
In town for a baseball tournament and got the boys pizza during game break. The staff was super friendly, the restaurant was very clean, and the pizza was outstanding. The place was busy, but they get people through. Would stop here again if we’re in town
4.5 based on 46 reviews
My wife and I ate at Ciao Pasta on 21 July. This restaurant is a hidden gem in the Tilton/Franklin area. The food was excellent with a great choice of pasta, sauces, and "add-ons." They have a good selection of wine at very reasonable prices. The staff was friendly, courteous, and provided excellent service. With all the low end chain restaurants in the Tilton area, this is the best place to eat, by far.
Many delicious reasonably priced Italian food dishes, great service and full bar. Great place for couples, friends & families as well.
5 based on 11 reviews
Brothers Donuts has been on Main Street in Franklin New Hampshire since I cannot remember when. They open early and close early. Their donuts are homemade and out of this world. They also deliver to places around the state, so watch for the sign that said Brothers Donuts proudly served here. They are big and fluffy and decadent! They're glazed doughnuts are perfect fluffy and chewy and their apple fritters... Amazing! Crispy and crunchy on the outside with a wonderful glaze and on the inside soft and tender with nice apple pie filling in. They also have excellent plain cake Donuts that are just like old-fashioned ones that maybe your mother or grandmother used to make that goes so wonderful with a cup of coffee. And many other varieties. You cannot go wrong by stopping here.
4 based on 63 reviews
We took our daughter, son in law, and grandchildren with us to try Ciao Pasta Restaurant in neighboring Northfield, NH. They were leaving us to return to their home in Hong Kong after spending the summer with us at the lake. We were looking for family friendly and good food. Ciao Pasta did not disappoint.
Wait staff was extremely helpful with menu selections. Everyone's meal was presented in a very timely manner and full of flavor. Portions were more than satisfying. Sadly, we left no room for dessert but we plan to go back to Ciao Pasta very soon! We highly recommend this local gem.
4 based on 30 reviews
Stopped by for their lobster rolls which used to be the best, They cut the amount of lobster down, put it in a larger roll and spread it out (roll was grilled in a ton of butter and very greasy) and overcooked it so it was tough and rubbery, At this time, lobster is not very cheap and dinner for two ran us around $50.00. The coleslaw was inedible and they tried to make up with adding a lot of fries but it didn't work. Sorry guys...this meal was a disaster and cost too much to ignore such a poorly cooked attempt at what should be a simple thing to prepare. I see new owners...maye that is why.
4.5 based on 276 reviews
This was my first visit and I was pleasantly surprised. They had Guinness on tap and the fries that come with your burger/sandwich are exceptional. I ordered the Reuben and my only concern was I couldn't really taste the Swiss Cheese. There was a good amount of corned beef but just a thicker piece or maybe two pieces of cheese would have made all the difference. My companion had the burger and really enjoyed it. Sarah was an excellent waitress and the main dining room was comfortable. I would definitely go again.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
I love Thai food and we live in San Diego where there are a lot of Thai restaurants, so to find this little jem in Franklin, NH (someone actually told us about it), near where we spent the summer was AMAZING.
This is up there with the best Thai food ever. The ginger dressing was made from scratch & so fresh! Ever dish we ordered with top notch. We ate there every chance we could. They also have some Korean & Japanese dishes. A must for anyone in the area who wants great food.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Park is always a good place to go for a reasobable priced dinner. The hamburgers are really good and the tavern fries are tasty but you get to many. My wife still only gets the coastal salad. She loves it. Daughter had the prime rib. Prepared a little different. Good beer selection. Service is friendly.
4 based on 8 reviews
Not sure I even have to review a Dairy Queen! Had the apple pie blizzard. Delicious! Nice kids as servers.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Best food pizza home made italian anywhere north of boston
Meatballs chicken parm eggplant all made fresh ,there red sauce features san marzano tomatos dop from Italy you can taste the quality eggplant is made daily not the frozen pre breaded discs most places use
Boarshead cold cuts simply the best deli meats available
They even shave there own meat from top of the round for there steak and cheese
These guys take the time to cook
Seems to be a lost art,my go to place clean friendly atmosphere as well
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