Rumney is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 1,480 at the 2010 census. The town is located at the southern edge of the White Mountain National Forest.
Things to do in Rumney
4.5 based on 58 reviews
We arrived early for dinner (4:45) as we had to visit a friend at Spears Hospital. Wait staff was in room next to.lobby area chatting. We waited more than 5 minutes to be recognized and then given a tiny corner table even though room was empty. We were moved after requesting another table. We did have a great young waiter and meal was average.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
This higher end eatery, is definitely the place to get a great meal in Plymouth. Having enjoyed lunch on two previous visits, I was eager to sample their dinner menus. We were not disappointed. Imaginative cocktails warmed our first minutes on this cold evening. For starters the poached oysters were excellent. Our entrees of NY Trip and Pan Seared Duck were accompanied by mashed potatoes and rice respectively, with ample root vegetables. Both were perfectly prepared, presented, and consumed with pleasure. For dessert we shared the Grand Marnier Chocolate Mousse and proclaimed the meal a perfect experience.
I’d recommend reserving a table. We were lucky, arriving a few a few minutes after opening (5pm) and were seated at the last available table.
A bit more refined than most college town establishments, the visit is well worth it.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
This ice cream place is on the grounds of the Common Man Inn in Plymouth NH.
The gals that run this establishment are top notch. Thank you for all you do for the community of Plymouth. Being well loved by the students on the hill is a big reward for your hard work. My daughter loves your establishment. As do I. A return visit? You bet!
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Given it's not on the coast, the seafood here was surprisingly good. We had some lobster rolls, an order of whole belly fried clams, fries and the kids went for it and had a pretty tasty milkshake while we tried the fresh squeezed lemonade (excellent) and then followed that up with a beer. Great screened-in seating area that is built out over a wooded ravine. While it was a hot summer day outside, the dining area actually stayed quite cool. We went for a late lunch, so there were very few customers when we showed up, but they do have additional seating at picnic tables outside near the parking lot. This is not a place with wait staff. It's very casual - you order at the counter and they'll call you when your order is ready. This is easily one of those places you might zip right by in the car if you aren't actively seeking it out, but glad we found this. I would definitely return.
3.5 based on 14 reviews
We always get great coffee and coolatta's here. The chicken salad sandwiches are good too. Only wished they stayed open later in the evenings- sometimes need that last cool or hot drink to end the evening back at the Gilcrest.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
I stopped here to grab coffee before traveling north. Reasonable priced. Good service. Coffee was so strong I couldn't drink it. If you like Star bucks you will like this.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
It's the small, local places that we love best. This cozy little café in the beautiful little village of Rumney is a great spot for lunch. We haven't visited for dinner yet, but plan to very soon. Soups are homemade. Sandwiches are bountiful. Salads are fresh. And you can't ask for friendlier service. What more could you want? Try it!
5 based on 1 reviews
If you are a local bakery or business, this is place for you. They offer a wide variety of gluten free baked goods, along with many other items. The staff is amazing, as well as the owners, who are very good at what they do. Remember if you own a business and you want the best quality and the best baked goods you can buy on the market. This is the place for you.
4 based on 320 reviews
The Italian Farmhouse in Plymouth, N.H. is a proud member of the Common Man family, and serves delicious Italian food in a quaint farmhouse with spectacular views of 42 acres of surrounding land. Specializing in American-Italian fare, start off your meal with a selection from our antipasti menu, such as Fresh Mussels or Fried Calamari. Try our Antipasto or Verde Salad in between courses, and then delve into one of our hearty main dishes, like Farmhouse Scampi or Cioppino.
The menu is mostly Italian, but there are choices for other regions as well as for vegetarians. Food is well prepared and waitstaff effectively attentive. Garlic bread is available for helping your self along with several choices of dips. Chocolate covered espresso beans are the substitute for the white chocolate at the Common Man.
4 based on 202 reviews
Overlooking the scenic Pemigewasset River and Historic Blair Covered Bridge. Open for Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Brunch, year round. Our menu features an array of appetizers, huge salads, sandwiches, burgers, fresh fish, Northeast raised beef, dinner entrees as home baked desserts. Function room available for your special event with seating up to 100 people.
We were tired from a long drive when we arrived at our B and B and just wanted dome thing close and decent. Our host reommended this restaurant and we ended up going back. The soup was amazing!! I also enjoyed the brine chicken with mashed potatoes and brocolii. Service was very good and we had a nice river view.
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