Lancaster is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States, on the Connecticut River. The town is named after the city of Lancaster in England. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 3,507, the second largest in the county after Berlin. It is the county seat of Coos County and gateway to the Great North Woods Region. Lancaster, which includes the villages of Grange and South Lancaster, is home to Weeks State Park and the Lancaster Fair. Part of the White Mountain National Forest is in the eastern portion. The town is part of the Berlin, NH−VT Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Lancaster
4 based on 138 reviews
telephone is 603-788-3660, sports bar & pub
My husband ordered a 4 topping calzone and said it's the best he'd ever had. I had the veggie wrap and it was great. The portions were so large we ended up taking half of each home for lunch the next day. Prices are average for the area and the wait staff were very good.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
Casual upscale dining ... we have a beautiful dining room and a great cozy pub. Everyone feels comfortable and welcome here. Our food is recognized as some of the best in the area and our service is the best!! We offer everything from a full course dinner to a burger and fries ... everything is homemade, even our desserts!! We have a full bar, a great selection of draft & bottled beers and entertainment some nights. My guarantee to you is once you have been here YOU WILL BE BACK!Next to the Weathervane Theatre, we provide pre theatre and after theatre dining. During the summer we serve until after midnight! days and hours vary by season Closed march and april
We made a reservation here to have dinner before attending the Weathervane Theater next door. Great menu with many choices. To our surprise, the waitress served our drinks along with our "will-call" tickets to the theater! They had our name and knew we were going to theater and so picked up our tickets for us. I was impressed!
Service was excellent, food was delicious .... highly recommend if you are a theater goer like us and want dinner beforehand.
4 based on 24 reviews
We were in town for 4-5 days and spent a lot of time at this Dunkin'. Not once did they get our order wrong. That was awesome. We were also greeted with smiling faces each time. The drive-thru or walk-in were both equally as friendly and everyone seemed to really hustle here. The last day, they were out of caramel swirl for my latte, but I tried the french vanilla instead and it was still yummy. This was a good clean bathroom stop as well. I like that I could empty and fill with confidence here. They also had run out of sesame bagels on our last day, but they had an everything bagel that did the trick. I think we may have a new favorite Dunkin' when we are in this area!
5 based on 66 reviews
Artisan breads and pastries inspired by european cuisines. Espresso bar, tea.Light lunch.
The area is not gourmet, but this nice bakery has excellent bread and good coffee. It's the local hangout.
4 based on 358 reviews
NO RESERVATIONS~ FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED ~WE CAN SERVE PARTIES OF ANY SIZE.- MAXIMUM AT ONE TABLE IS TEN..IN THE SUMMER OUR PATIO IS ALSO OPEN WITH LARGE PICNIC TABLES *Classic American Diner food ! Good Home cooking** Fresh Seafood **Fresh Roasted Meats*** Fresh homemade pies*** Our Menu has a large variety of . Burgers.. Sandwiches ..Subs... Dinners, Daily Specials & A Kids Menu.. Reasonable Prices .
Of the 17 people in this little place, 15 were locals. Very good coffee and outstanding baked goods (locally made). I wouldn’t necessarily detour for this place but I would definitely stop here if you’re in the area.
5 based on 16 reviews
Coffee Shop and Cafe with breakfast, lunch, excellent coffee, espresso, espresso drinks and treats from the bakery case.
I had a sandwich, tasted my husband's soup, was given a taste of their espresso. The sandwich was wonderful--clever mix of flavors, nice homemade bread. The soup made my husband swoon. The coffee was so good I bought some beans to take home. Friendly service;...MoreThank you for your review! We appreciate your time in writing the review and that you enjoyed your visit with us!
3.5 based on 103 reviews
Tried to eat here. Like, the service was the worst. Like, the kid at the counter couldn't even, like stop talking to his friends, bro, to like even help us. Seriously, the patience of a Saint would be tested. This establishment is the best advertisement for any other pizza restaurant in the vicinity, including the Chinese restaurant down the street.
4 based on 381 reviews
The dining room is very nice with great views. Same menu available in the comfy bar. The food is very goodDear richg328, Thank you for reviewing. We're glad you enjoyed your meal and we hope to welcome you again in the future. Christopher Diego Managing Director
3.5 based on 113 reviews
Beer is nice and cold but food is average. Good service. Deck is nice but the black flies can be so bothersome it's better to just sit inside. Great for families- kids options are standard.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
My husband Paul and I celebrated our wedding reception at the MVG in April 2014 and loved every second of it! Every year, we go back to celebrate our anniversary and cheers to the wonderful memories we had here in 2014 and since then! We always make a point to have a wonderful dinner at the 1865 Wine Cellar.
As soon you enter The Cellar, you are instantly transported to an incredibly romantic and dimly lit environment. The ambiance is perfect and sets the mood for a special occasion and the food is simply divine! On this particular night, there was an appetizer called "The Forest Floor" which consisted of foraged mushrooms, juniper, sorrel, rye, edible flowers and other delights. When they brought it out, I was blown away by the beauty of the dish. It was truly enchanting!!!! It was as if they presented a real forest floor on a plate...with the fog of the morning and everything. It was an experience! I can honestly it was the best appetizer I have ever had in my life. So delicious! I had tasted flavors that were new to me and were so full of flavor (yet, not overpowering). Hats off the chef who created this masterpiece! What an artist!
Our entrees were also absolutely delicious with every bite melting in our mouths. The wine selection was endless and the dessert was fantastic (and also a true piece of art!). We are going back this April to celebrate our 4 year wedding anniversary and have already made our dinner reservations at The Cellar. we can't wait to celebrate the wonderful memories we consistently have at The MVG! I should also note that we just love seeing the folks that work there every year as well. They are always so friendly and helpful. Thanks, Sue, Shelby and the rest of the staff! We look forward to seeing you all again in April and toasting to the wonderful service and experience you provide to your very grateful guests! Cheers!
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