Reviews on Pub food in Rye, New Hampshire, United States. Rye is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 5,298 at the 2010 census. The town is home to several state parks along the Atlantic coastline.
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4 based on 88 reviews
We have been to Logans Run a number of times and also order take out via Gofer regularly. Their employees are very friendly and always make us feel welcome. We've never sat in the bar but the dining room is comfortable and quiet most nights. The menu is very large and with the amount we have eaten here I have a few favorites. Their Mac and Cheese is extremely savory and comforting. When we are ordering in food this is always my go to. I also think their buffalo chicken is the best in Hampton whether it be on the Buffalo Chicken Salad (which I have pictured) or their Buffalo Sandwich. I could write about all of the other wonderful foods offered at Logans Run but I will let you the reader try it for yourself.Thank you so much for your review!! We are so glad you always enjoy your visit with us at Loganâs. We hope to see you again soon and again appreciate your business and the time you took to share your experience.
4 based on 121 reviews
The Barley House Seacoast is the 2nd location of the popular Concord, NH restaurant focusing on simple but creative tavern cuisine, fresh craft beer, and premium whiskey. Similar to the old pubs and taverns of Europe, The Barley House is a gathering place
Don't find much these days to write home about, but Barley's was very good and a pleasant surprise. Nice Decor, lots of specials, great service and the food was excellent and creative. Their hamburger grilled in peppercorn and served with whiskey gravy, blue cheese, micro onion rings, lettuce and tomato was worth the price. Came with great fries. The haddock Chowder was excellent but different. Very thick and creamy, lots of fish, lots of bacon and potatoes. Ate 1/2 a bowl, took the rest home to thin out as left overs. Waitress even checked in with us a few time to see if we needed anything.
4 based on 1268 reviews
Welcome to New Hampshire's original brewpub, a landmark in downtown Portsmouth's thriving restaurant scene since 1991. Our wide-ranging menu is complemented by a selection of our own unique, hand-crafted beers, as well as selected guest beers, including h
Stopped in for lunch on a Friday. It was fairly busy but the service was great. My husband had the PB and J (had pulled pork on it) and liked it. I had the fish sandwich which was Ok. Overall I would say the food was Average for a brewery. My husband did have the oatmeal stout and said it was good.
4 based on 316 reviews
Very diversified menu selection, snack food, sandwiches, pizza, or a meal. BLT was not on the menu....but made one and wife was very . Extensive beer menu to choose from. Friendly/attentive wait staff...
3 based on 44 reviews
We meet every other Wednesday for the all you can eat spaghetti and garlic bread for $3.99. They have a great menu and the staff is terrific there!
4 based on 50 reviews
Stopped in to grab dinner, while in town on business. The service was extremely friendly and fast. The wings were cooked to perfection. The beer was ice cold and tasty... they had Narragansett on Tap... delicious beer. I will definitely dine here the next time that I am in town.
4 based on 144 reviews
Established in 2012, Earth Eagle Brewings is an eclectic brewery & pub located in historic downtown Portsmouth, NH. Enjoy a wide range of beer styles brewed on site, along with craft cocktails, lunch & dinner daily. Popular Earth Eagle beers include New E
Walking around Portsmouth, we came across Earth Eagle Brewings and stopped by for a beer. We originally sat outside, but since it started raining (and their covering apparently allows water through), we moved inside where it was hot and humid. We asked the bartender and server if they could turn up the fans, but even with that, air wasn't moving. I hope that Earth Eagle Brewings considers investing in some central air or something.Other than that, we really enjoyed the beers that are made right there. Our friends mentioned that Earth Eagle Brewings' beer menu had changed from when they were there 2 weeks ago, so it is good to see a brewery updating and rotating their beers.Finding the entrance to Earth Eagle Brewings may be tough since they are located on a side street. We wouldn't mind going back, but we hope that there is good weather.
4 based on 29 reviews
Started with the fried pickles. Forget the ranch get the onion ring sauce!Quesadilla - on pointFrench onion soup - Delicious!Buffalo chicken mac n cheese - DivineStaff is very attentive, our drinks were never empty, stopped several times to make sure everything was good. This was an excellentStop for us. If you live near here or happen to be traveling rte 1 and pass by it is absolutely worth the stop
4 based on 50 reviews
We had been traveling the area around Portsmouth with our dogs and were so happy we found this place! We started out with the pretzels-- AMAZING! We even asked to keep the remaining dips to dip our truffle fries that came with the Smutt burger into. The Smutt burger was delicious and the truffle fries were to die for! You will not be disappointed in ordering these items! If I ever make it back to Portsmouth, I will definitely be returning here!
4 based on 233 reviews
We had booked into the Quality Inn and wanted a place for dinner. This restaurant is within walking distance. The hotel receptionist highly recommended this place and she did not steer us wrong. One section, the Bratskeller, is a bar style restaurant and more laid back while the Dinnerhorn is a little more up scale. We ate crab cakes at the Dinnerhorn and they were the best I ever tasted. The whole meal was fabulous and so was the service.
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