Hollis is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 7,684 at the 2010 census. The town center village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Hollis Village Historic District.
Things to do in Hollis
4.5 based on 400 reviews
Welcome to MT's Local ~ Kitchen & Wine Bar, the new evolution of Michael Timothy's. We have an uncompromising passion for the quality of our product and hospitality. Our cuisine is chef inspired dishes with a creative twist to showcase the best of each product. Everything is made in-house utilizing the freshest ingredients and sourcing product from our abundant local resources. You will find a casual comfortable atmosphere in our dining room and wine bar to enjoy a meal with friends or celebrate a special occasion. Our menu is diverse offering salads, wood grilled pizzas, small plates and appetizers for lighter fare. Our wood grill imparts a unique flavor to our grilled meats and creative twists on meatloaf, pasta and pot roast are dishes you are sure to remember. We offer and extensive wine list of wine from around the world representing the best interpretation of each varietal. If reservations are booked please stop in as we only take limited reservations.
We recently enjoyed a Saturday night dinner at this Nashua restaurant. A+ for the appetisers and for the service, but the place was so crowded that it was difficult to enjoy. We sat in the bar area and people were literally rubbing up against our table. And the entrees were good, but not as good as the appetisers.
Try the calamari. Also the artichoke dip.
And maybe check this place out on a Wednesday evening.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
This is a yummy, local ice cream stand staffed by local kids. They make delicious Sundaes and have a large menu of ice cream, which we try to eat through each season. If you're in the 'hood, stop by for a scoop. And, if you're cute, you might get a double!
4.5 based on 171 reviews
This use to be our favorite restaurant, but tonight not so much. My meal was great, but my husbands was not. The meal he had was very dry.
The service,(waitress) was terrible. It took along time for everything. Nobody asked if everything was alright . The waitess never came back to give us our bill, another waitress did. We never saw our waitress again.
The restaurant was not busy, because it was the Friday night before Valentines day.
We probably won't be back for a while.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
A unique combination of Greek, Italian and American cuisine in a cozy country setting.
We LOVE Chrysanthi's for brunch, lunch, dinner and they also did a fantastic job catering my husband's surprise birthday party. Spanakopita is a favorite, but their steak tips are my husband's favorite and pizza is unforgettable. Everything is fresh and homemade. You will not be...MoreThank you for your kind words. We appreciate the feedback and promise to do our best to live up to your expectation and never disappoint you.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Truly delicious espresso, enjoyed again yesterday with a group of business colleagues on the way to a meeting. But it does take forever; we ordered three double espressos and one cappuccino and they came out serially over a five minute period, making it pretty tough for a group.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Family owned and operated. Our own pizza dough made fresh daily. Fresh, delicious specialty pizzas, subs, salads and pasta dishes. Indoor and outdoor seating. Indoor seating for 32, seasonal outdoor seating for 28.Dine In, Take Out or Delivery.
Now from around here and we are picky eaters. My wife and I and our four kids stopped in. A ham and cheese calzone, cheeseless calzone with veggies and ham, cheese pizza, Greek salad with grilled chicken, and chicken nuggets. Everything was fantastic and the service was great!
5 based on 1 reviews
Small bakery tucked inside the Hollis Market at Four Corners. Wonderful products baked on site - cookies, tortes, cakes, muffins, scones,...plus amazing glutten free peanut butter cookies. Also offers home-made soups, pulled pork, and a variety of daily specials.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Stopped in here for an early lunch, late breakfast and we were not disappointed.
The diner itself is quaint with a 50's theme to it. The wait staff has uniforms that resemble those from Arnold's Diner in the Happy Days sitcom. The booths were comfortable, our order was taken fast, and the meals arrived quite quickly. Mom had the short stack of French Toast (3 THICK slices) and loved it. I had the Rachel sandwich (a Reuben substituting Turkey for corned beef) that came with fries and a pickle) and that was also quite good.
The prices might be a little steep for Pepperell, but overall it was a good experience and good chow.
4 based on 290 reviews
After hearing so much hype about Parker’s, we decided to give it a try and drove 50 minutes to get there. Our breakfast was fairly average, or maybe we set our expectations too high. My first disappointment was when our meals came (pancakes and French toast) and our waiter handed us each a little bottle (think nips) of maple syrup. Told us what we didn’t use we could take home....lol. Honestly it was barely enough for my pancakes, let alone enough to take home. I have been to other sugar shack type restaurants and most have bottles or small pitchers of their syrup on the table for liberal use. Seemed a little odd for a “maple barn” to be rationing the flag ship product in such a way. Seemed kind of stingy to be honest. The pancakes were good, but nothing exceptional, especially at $5.99 for three w/o sides. The home fries were pretty standard, breakfast joint fries and the eggs were, well just fried eggs. Prices were a bit higher than I would have expected, but not unreasonable. ($35 including tip for two of us). I’m glad we tried this place and the atmosphere was worth checking out, however, I would never, ever wait for a table at this restaurant. I know people wait in excess of an hour or more on the weekends, but that is completely perplexing to me as I found it to be fairly average and so lacking any type of “wow” factor as I had expected after reading reviews and hearing other talk about Parker’s with such reverence. I think the idea and anticipation of visiting Parker’s far exceeded the reality of actually being there, at least for me.
4 based on 101 reviews
Having moved from Mass to NH, I was looking for a good Italian restaurant that I could frequent with my wife. We found PastAmore and it has become my favorite restaurant.
The owners both work there and make sure to keep the quality up. We always enjoy the whole meal. They bring their freshly baked bread to the table. We usually start with their Supli (Arancini) or Ceasar salad both are excellent.They have weekly specials and a decent menu.My wife usually gets the Chicken Saltimbocca (Delicious), and because they are a scratch kitchen, I usually get a variation of what is on the menu. (Gnocchi - baked with their Bolognese sauce).
They gladly accommodate my requests.. I am so glad we found this restaurant.
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