Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Concord. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Concord's historic Main Street area is home to various sites of cultural significance, including Railroad Square, the Eagle hotel, which hosted such notable guests as Eleanor Roosevelt and Richard Nixon, The Pierce Manse, former home of President Franklin Pierce, and the State House, the oldest state capitol in which the legislature meets in its original chambers. Far more than the sum of its history, Concord boasts a popular planetarium, plentiful performing arts and an international speedway.
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4 based on 230 reviews
Caution in dining is urged.12 of us retirees gathered to celebrate long-time friendship at Cheers in Concord.The waitress seemed in a bad mood. I also suspect she was new.Food was good. Service a horror show. Bills all wrong. Some refused to pay the included tip. Took us over 30 minutes to pay and leave, Bills were just a mess.A complaint was made to management about the lousy service.A member of our party touched the waitress to get her attention and speak about this. It was crowded and loud.This member of our party was just told by the police a complete for assault was lodged.BEWARE OF CHEERSMr. Healy,I am sorry you feel like the service was not to your liking. I understand the owner reached out to you to discuss the situation but you did not want to discuss the matter, however, instead you are leaving reviews that are not true in any manner. And you are also making derogatory comments on your facebook wall that are unnecessary.
4 based on 105 reviews
Their breakfast is so good I never get to order their lunches or delicious homemade baked goods! Recently brought a group, family reunion of sorts, and the service could not have been better. Its always great service, but this time it was over-the-top and they never even said a word when we stayed a few minutes past closing without realizing the time! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!1
4 based on 289 reviews
Another "must dine" created by Chef Owner Scott Ouellette, O Steaks & Seafood South is located in Concord, ME. Offering only the freshest ingredients we work to bring you the classic steak house with something extra. Steak not your choice? Try the Lobster
I am a big fan of O. I really donât understand the criticism of the pricing. This is fine dining, a la carte... and such restaurants tend to be a little pricier. In comparison to other restaurants of this type, O is quite reasonably priced. In my opinion, if you want cheap, then go to one of the sundry chain restaurants. You want quality? You spend a little more and go to O!I typically get the 1/2 lb lobster man and cheese... it is to-die-for (and my favorite meal in the city). On my most recent visit I ordered the escargot and the Waldorf Salad. Iâm a devotee of escargot... and it was very satisfying. The salad was fabulous: everything was fresh and crispy... and the poppy seed dressing was divine.My wife had the crab cake appetizer and ahi tuna entree. The chili sauce on the crab cake was the perfect complement. And she said the tuna was absolutely perfect!As always the cocktails were tremendous... and the service was excellent. I highly recommend O...If you have yet to try the lobster mac - try it, youâll like it!
4 based on 118 reviews
Upscale Casual Dining experience, with a farm to table influence. Eclectic wine list, interesting cocktails Owned and operated by Chef Corey Fletcher
This place offers fine dining, so the price is most definitely justified with the fresh ingredients and artful presentation, not to mention the amazing flavors. Fish was the choice tonight and both entrÃ©es were fantastic. Tender and flavorful with wonderful sides. Scallops were cooked perfectly. Canât say enough about the pear martini, but the big hit was the carrot cake! The absolute best I have ever had. Great service.
4 based on 769 reviews
The Common Man restaurant in Concord, N.H., located in New Hampshire's capital city, offers a variety of options to our guests - from our comfortable expanded lounge, Doc's Primary Pub, and deck areas, to our cozy dining room with crackling fireplaces, an
I can't say enough about how wonderful the servers and staff were at The Common Man in Concord. They accommodated a large group of us in a nice room. I suppose I should add that we were all there for a funeral, and the restaurant didn't charge us to use the room, which was a kind gesture -- thanks. The servers were very patient with us -- we had a few older folks whose hearing has declined, and the servers were undeterred by delays and questions :) The food was good and the choice of drinks made everybody happy. The restaurant made a difficult event much more enjoyable, and they deserve accolades for that. Thanks.
4 based on 372 reviews
My family and I love this place. Everything is fresh and service is excellent. The lobster roll is excellent. I think itâs only available on Friday. The scallops are perfect. Everything weâve ever gotten is delish. And desserts? If youâre too full after your meal get it to go. We go with a handicapped Mom. Very accommodating!
4 based on 490 reviews
Enjoy New American cooking from Chef Daniel Dionne and his talented team. Granite offers seasonal menus influenced with French, Mediterranean, and Asian style using local New England products whenever possible! Granite Restaurant & Bar is located within T
This is a nice space in the Centennial Inn. Seems like locals congregate in the bar to hang out and eat. We had a table in the dining area. We started with non-alcoholic drinks off the special menu, and they were inventive and tasty. A nice surprise â sometimes the non-alcoholic stuff is meh. We started with the housemade mozzarella. It was fantastic, but the real star was the tomato jam that came with it. Delicious! I ordered the filet mignon, which was fine. My husband had a fish special, which was outstanding. For dessert, we shared a nightly special that featured fruit in season. Again, outstanding. The menu here isn't huge â a sign that they are focused on doing a few dishes well instead of a lot of dishes OK. There seems to be a commitment to using local ingredients in season. Pay attention to the specials, because there's probably something really good there. Our waiter was low key and very professional, friendly, gave us great suggestions.Hello Sks028, Thank you for taking the time to write such a detailed review. We appreciate your compliments on our "mocktails" and you are spot on with our menu philosophy. We focus on an approachable and balanced menu with a seasonal influence and our chefs serve up outstanding specialty dishes seven days a week. Keep a close eye on our menu as fall changes will be right around the corner. Hope to see you soon!
4 based on 706 reviews
Concord's choice for quality food, top-notch service, and fresh local micro-brews. Located across the street from the State Capitol, The Barley House is a popular spot for business lunches, parties, after-work crowds, and culinary pleasure seekers.
My husband and I went for lunch. He had the Korean BBQ burger. The burger was cooked perfectly but there was no Korean BBQ flavor. The french fries were great. I had the french dip. The roast beef and bread were quite good but the red wine demi au jus wasn't good. It's a nice place, though.
4 based on 327 reviews
We stopped in here for dinner after a movie. We were promptly seated and waited on. Our food was excellent. Both soups, French Onion and Seafood chowder were top notch. The Roast Beef sandwich was piled high with roast beef and was excellent. My English Fish -N- Chips was also excellent. The place is small but clean and well lit. There is plenty of parking in their lot. Prices are reasonable. Service was excellent.
4 based on 147 reviews
Lucky us -- we went for lunch on a Tuesday, which turns out to be the day Tucker's features lobster rolls. I live in a lobster-roll desert, so that made my choice easy. My spouse chose a salad. (Shrug) The food was delicious. Service was friendly. Can't ask for more than that! We showed up a little after 1 p.m. and had to wait about 10 minutes or so for a table. I guess everyone knows Tuesday is Lobster Roll Day?
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