Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Claremont, New Hampshire, United States. Claremont is the only city in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 13,355 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 144 reviews
My recent visit to Revolutions was a disappointment. We had two dishes and they were both very mild in taste. I don't think a chili pepper has ever crossed their kitchen threshold. Pricing is mid-range, but service at a lunchtime with few other customers was painfully slow. I am in no hurry to return.
4 based on 36 reviews
A good place to go with friends as lots of room around the table and not a loud place. I had steak tips which were good but would have wished the sauce had been a little thicker. Lots of good mushrooms and onions. Husband had fish and chips which he enjoyed. Waitress was attentive.
4 based on 25 reviews
The Taverne is situated in the Oscar Brown Block Building on the corner of Pleasant Street and Opera House Square in beautiful downtown Claremont, New Hampshire. Stemming from the ownersâ French roots, Taverne on the Square has a comfortable and inviting
We got off the highway and headed toward Claremont for some lunch. We found taverne on the square, this restaurant is a home run. Very clean restaurant with great great food. Brisket sandwich and the wagyu was perfect. Delicious sides of Mac and cheese fries. Tap beer selection has something for everyone. Donât miss out on the hidden gem. Pricing was extremely affordable for the grade of product delivered. We will be back. Thank you for your review! We hope we have the honor of serving you again soon!
2 based on 16 reviews
So I stopped by on a Sunday in September as I was in the area heading back from my yearly bike trip to VT... I decided to give this place another shot, since I was craving BBQ, and I came here 4 years ago, and the BBQ was half decent.I walk in during the Pats game, order a beer, and ask for a menu. I am told the only food they are serving are chicken wings, no BBQ. But they just ran out of wings.. It will be about a 45 minute wait for the next batch. Ok, I am not Gordon Ramsey, but since when does it take 45 minutes for buffalo wings to cook? If I didn't just order a beer, and the bartender was friendly, I would have walked out. I drank my beer and left.I check the website, and it makes no mention of just wings being served on Sundays. This will be my last stop here -- ever. Obvious sign of lack of management, or not caring about their business. After reading the other reviews since I haven't been here in years, I am glad I did not eat.
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