Located within the historical The Exeter Inn, Epoch Restaurant & Bar brings together the Gregorian architecture along with modern design. The executive chef Peter. J. Agostinelli is renowned for creating delectable local American cuisine that blends together International recipes. He also loves surprising his guests with a new menu every season. The food is made from locally sourced ingredients directly from the farm, ensuring great taste and quality to the preparation. Guests can end their meal with a delicious cheesecake or an Artisanal Cheese Plate filled with an array of cheese.
Open all days of the week, this delightful, family-owned grille has been a favorite dining spot for the locals ever since it was established in 1993. By adding a microbrewery three years later, the Tom Mills has made this a preferred watering hole where Golden Ales, Pale Ales, Honey Ales, English-Style IPA, stouts and other several brews are available on tap. Walk into this friendly, historic hangout and gulp down a few glasses of local beers. The pub serves the regular American fare of burgers, sandwiches, salads and appetizers, along with a selection of wine. And that's not all, as The Flying Goose also hosts regular weekly concerts, inviting renowned national artists for its concert series on Thursdays. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
The bustling Congress Street is home to a number of gems, and nestled among these is the Thirsty Moose Taphouse. This awesome watering hole quenches the thirst of even the most discerning beer drinkers by offering more than 100 draft beers. Right from the exotic Allagash Curieux Tripel style beer to the regular Guinness, this one has its tap filled with a wide selection from breweries across the world. And that's not all, as the array of homemade food such as Meatball Sliders, Buffalo Chicken Dip and Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders on offer are equally enticing for your taste buds. Performances by various local and national artists/ bands are scheduled here almost every day, and if you are in mood to give your voice to the songs, then walk up to the stage during their weekday open mic event and impress your pals with your skills in music.
Imagine your favorite deli, Irish pub and live music haunt all rolled into one. Harlow's Pub is that dream team that gives everyone a reason to come back for more. Regulars walk in here during summers to savor the combination of cold beer and sandwiches. Not fond of beer? Then you can opt for the wine and other libations on offer. Concerts are held every weekend and bands like Ghost Dinner, Deadbeat and The Blind Owl have set the stage on fire. Visit their website to know more.
The Boston Globe has praised it and so has the Maine Press Telegram. Now whether it's for the salad nicoise with greens and olives or the tuna burger with crispy celery fries, that's left for you to decide. But try not to let go of the pasta, especially the strozzapretti with fresh tomatoes. The wine cellar is full to the brim with everything from the Red wine Pinot Noir to Zinfandels from California, to satiate the wine buff. Enjoy your meal as Pesce takes your blues away. The patio is open May through October.
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"Bonta which means 'bountiful', has an ample menu to prove it. Just off route 101, you'll find a pink-peach stucco building and you'll be staring at Bonta. The ambience is casual and the interiors are done up with comfort in mind. The comfy seats and dim lights make your visit a relaxing one. Take your pick from the Stone Oven Specialty Pizza Menu or the eclectic range of Mediterranean delicacies. Or you can also order from the new specialties just off the grill and onto your table. End your meal with the fresh homemade desserts available. Sit by the polished mahogany bar and feast on the after-work cocktails. Drop in on a Thursday Night for some excellent martinis. If you are a music lover you should come by on a Friday night to experience the pleasure of listening to the piano and sax duo.
Not content with having 40 televisions, TJ's has gone the extra mile and has 40 high-definition television on which patrons can watch a variety of different programs. If you are looking for a little bit of quality baseball, head over to TJ's where all Red Sox games are shown. Offering a variety of food from clams to burgers, TJ's is known for their $5 Miller High Life pitchers. Happy hour is held M-F from 4p-7p and has a variety of drink specials including Jager Bombs. Located just across from Veterans Memorial Park, limited outdoor seating is available.
Located just across the street from the Verizon Wireless Arena, Greg's Place is the perfect place to grab a bite before, after, or even during the game. With the many televisions located around the bar, it is easy to catch any game. All the American favorites are served including Chili Cheese Fries, Burgers, and many different Club Sandwiches. Also a surprisingly good place for breakfast, Greg's serves four different types of Eggs Benedict, Omelettes, and a delicious Cinnamon and Sugar Raisin French Toast. Or if you are looking to wet your whistle, grab a draught, bottled beers, or a "malternative" and watch the game or play pool or video poker.
Located on the corner of Elm and Merrimack, J.W. Hill's location in the center of town is a great place to watch a game, catch a fast work lunch, or hang out at night. The menu includes a variety of bar food items and more healthful and flavorful dishes. For dinner, try the Turkey Bravo Wrap which comes with cranberry mayonnaise. The desserts are scrumptious: Peach Cobbler, Apple Pie, and Chocolate Cake all grace the menu. On the rare occasion when sports aren't playing on the screens, play airhockey or foosball at the tables. Ladies Night is on Thursdays where drinks are half off for all women. On Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday this place opens at 11.30am.
Not content with pizza in the modern age, 900 Degrees Pizzeria uses the pizza-making techniques born in Naples, Italy long ago. The recipe for the dough is "authentic" and all pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven to add shades to the taste. This oven's average temperature is, you guessed it, 900 degrees Fahrenheit. That's a hot pizza! The thin crusted pizzas come in flavors like "Vesuvio" with fresh mozzarella, roasted peppers, ricotta, and prosciutto. For those very few who don't like pizza, other entrees such as Red Pepper Panini and Tuscan Ribeye Steak are available.
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