Rindge is a town in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 6,014 at the 2010 census. Rindge is home to Franklin Pierce University, the Cathedral of the Pines, and part of Annett State Forest.
Things to do in Rindge
4.5 based on 93 reviews
While up in Rindge, visiting with family we wanted to grab a bit to eat. Reviewing TA for the area, Hometown Diner came up on the list. We arrived for dinner around 5:00PM on Saturday and found a table in the back. The diner is styled to look old on the outside, but is a newer restaurant. Inside the typical round stools lined a bar dividing the place in half, with booths along the outside wall and windows facing the parking lot. The booths were filled, but a server told us to go around the corner where 4-5 tables were and we sat. Service was quick and pleasant, noting they have beer, wine and certain drinks or the usual soda's and such. Two menus were presented, one regular and one of specials. We all opted for seafood, in choosing: stuffed haddock, haddock basket and shrimp basket. We all thoroughly enjoyed or dishes, noting they were lightly breaded, seasoned nicely, fresh tasting and best of all not greasy. Having half french fries and half onion rings was no challenge either. Our server came by often enough to check on us, without being in the way. Very local, casual and nice place. I wouldn't hesitate to go back again and actually look forward to it and hope to make it for breakfast!
4 based on 137 reviews
When Kimball Farm opens for the season in early spring it's cause for celebration. A great selection of ice cream flavours, huge portions keep people coming back all summer long. Also a great selection of seafood and burgers. The fried whole belly clams are amazing.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
We serve an eclectic mix of American and some European dishes and specials that strike our taste buds as well as comfort foods, homemade soups and a wide variety of fresh and creative salads. Our desserts include our renowned coconut almond cream pie as well as apple, pear & fig crisp and crème brulee. A full bar is available and we carry local Granite Roots beers as well. Catering for events large and small is also offered.
I have visited Sunflower cafe twice now for lunch and each time been impressed. When you initially walk in it is clear it is no frills. Very simple decor ,this time there were wintergreen sprigs rooting in vases on the table. Nice touch. We were immediately greeted and sat, provided a never empty water glass and a menu. The menu was varied. Lots of salads, tasty vegetarian items and yes, a variety of burgers.. plus quiche, and crab cakes... and more. Our waitress was very attentive( and busy) Our meals arrived quickly and were hot. My friend had the crab cakes, which were made on site,I had the quiche which came with fresh fruit and I had a salad added. We were both please with our meals. On the prior visit I had ordered a vegetarian entree and alas required it be gluten free. They were able to accommodate me with no effort. Which is always nice.
Another bonus was that they did not rush you thru the meal or after, I would definitely return again and I have already started recommending it to others!
5 based on 22 reviews
This place is at the north end of Central Street, a bit beyond downtown Winchendon. If you didn't know it was there, you'd likely not notice it, and that would be unfortunate.
I had an omelet that was very good. The menu includes French toast, pancakes and Belgian waffles. For lunch, they offer the usual burger options plus Reubens, a sausage sandwich, tuna or chicken melt, BLT, and hot dogs. They also have a Frito pie that I'll have to try on my next visit.
Service was attentive without being overbearing. Pricing was appropriate.
Parking is on street, but when I was there, it wasn't a problem. I parked across the street and used the crosswalk.
I recommend this little gem in Winchendon. I'll be back for lunch and that Frito pie.
3 based on 6 reviews
Sigh. The dunkins in Peterbrough are so much better. I avoid this place unless I have to stop and go in and get donuts for my family. You have to go in to pick out u our dounts. You can't pick out dounts In the drive through. Also they couldn't give or even sell a cup of iced tap water.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
We were excited to eat here but found the food to be hit and miss: some things were terrific and we actually had to send one dish back. For appetizers, the Flounder Frito was excellent but the Quattro Formaggio Crab Dip was plain, boring and none us could actually taste the crab (two of us thought maybe we could taste something remotely "fishy"). Dinners were good and bad: on the plus side the Chili-Sumac Crusted Salmon was perfect--I could eat it every day for the rest of my life--it was fabulous. The Pan-Seared Rainbow Trout was really good, too. The Smoky Chicken and Bacon Carbonara was good, but certainly nothing great--we've had better similar dishes in many other places. And lastly, the Shrimp Puttanesca was just boring, underseasoned and flavorless--after a few bites we sent it back, uneaten. So there you have it--if you are lucky enough to pick a dish that appeals to you, you will have an amazingly wonderful meal, if not you may be bored and disappointed.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
Sandwich Master Plus moved to a new location - 145 US Route 202. Please submit reviews to its new listing page - http://www.tripadvisor.com/6930072
saw this featured on Phantom Gourmet and had to try it out. I was not disappointed! There are so many sandwiches on the menu it is hard to choose just one, but one is more than enough for two or even three meals. I swear the Chicken Feast I ordered weighed five pounds. Crazy, insane and delicious subs and sandwiches. Skip the desserts though, my daughter grabbed a cheesecake and although it looked amazing, it tasted old, freeze dried and blah. I don't think these are made fresh on site or if they are, they sit far too long. But with the size of the meals you won't probably have room for dessert anyhow. The wait on the food was a little long, but they are super busy. Next time I thuink I'll call it in ahead of time. Great service though!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
This was our first experience here, but it will not be our last. We had a number of excellent choices on menu which were supplemented by a separate list of specials. The ambiance was enhanced by live keyboard and vocal music which we enjoyed during dinner. My wife had salmon from the menu and I had swordfish which was listed on their "Special" supplement. Both were delicious. We ate in the restaurant adjacent to the Pub
4 based on 52 reviews
We thoroughly enjoyed our breakfasts, lunches and dinners at The Grove during out stay at The Woodbound Inn. Every meal was cooked to perfection. We appreciated the service provided by Austin, Alex and Bob and the lovely woman server who was often on duty but whose name we failed to get.
Innkeeper Rudy is an excellent chef. We wish we could replicate his blueberry pancakes. Since all of the meals are cooked to order, prepare for a paced presentation but that's why we stay and dine at places like The Woodbound. When the weather's nice, the screened porch is a delightful dining venue.
4 based on 28 reviews
A new young family took over this Jaffrey restaurant several years ago. They brought with them a big upgrade in service and the quality of the food and vegetables. It's a very straightforward neighborhood restaurant with a full bar and the usual televisions. But it is clearly a cut above the rest and well worth a stop/
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