Reviews on American food in Holderness, New Hampshire, United States. Holderness is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,108 at the 2010 census. An agricultural and resort area, Holderness is home to the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center and is located on Squam Lake. Holderness is also home to Holderness School, a co-educational college-preparatory boarding school.
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Squam Lakeside Farm, is a restaurant and boat rental. You can get the the restaurant by boat or car. It is on Little Squam on Rte 3. Their little patio dining area has views of the lake beyond the road. The food is decent for the lake. The price is high, but you pay for convenience / location. For comparison, we ordered 2 burgers with fries at both Lakeside and 5 Guys in Tilton. The burgers were very equal in size and taste and lakeside's fries were smaller and less tasty and undercooked. Lakeside came in just over $ 5 more for the 2 meals. Lakeside's burgers are $ 2 cheaper than Walter's Basin a short walk down the road. Lakeside does have homemade ice cream with an ever changing assortment of flavors. You can look at about $ 4.50 for a regular size hard pack ice cream. The times we stopped by, the soft serve was out, but Riverside down the road does have soft serve.
4 based on 117 reviews
Biedermans is always spot on. The beer selection continues to excite. More and more beers every time I go. The balboa is still the king of kings... best type of sandwich going. Delicious meats and bread. Been going here since I was a freshman back in 2000. Always stop on my way back from skiing... keep it up!
4 based on 163 reviews
A diner and more. We now serve our own homemade breads and bakery items mad right here at the diner!! We love our comfort food and hope you will too!!
Sat at counter. Had a nice breakfast. Staff was fun. Cute old style dinner in college town. Good eatsThank you for coming in!!
4 based on 484 reviews
So good, service, food & atmosphere. Really cozy restaurant in Plymouth NH. Lots of little rooms with a few tables in each made for a really intimate dining experience. Greeted warmly and our server Jane took great care of us. Our meal...the Monkfish Special was delicious...cooked so well. Perfect portions. Really a great place to eat
4 based on 30 reviews
We stayed at The Manor on Golden Pond, and enjoyed two breakfast meals, and one dinner in the dining room. The breakfast choices were really great. Perfectly sized, very well served, and the highest quality and taste. Truly perfect. At dinner, we were 1 of only 2 couples, so service was perfect. And our dinners (lamb chops, and the scallop entree) were exceptional. We even got a visit from the chef! Breakfast was included with the room; dinner was a little pricey, but nothing that we didn't expect. Would highly recommend a visit!
4 based on 31 reviews
Fabulous little deli with lots of goodies including cooked items and salads to make a takeout supper, delicious breakfast rolls and sandwiches, grocery essentials and treats and great coffee.
4 based on 463 reviews
Went with friends who have been coming here for 15 years. Cozy atmosphere but spotty service. Enjoyed the soups and salads and mainstays such as chicken potpie..and steak tips..cool that they allow dogs in the outdoor dining. Also nice touch...white chocolate pieces at the end of the meal.
4 based on 117 reviews
Worth a visit for solid, diner-style food and nice, salt of the earth clientele and servers! Lots of smiles and thatâs always nice! Food was solid. We had some Mickey Mouse Pancakes, French Toast âSticksâ (homemade, not frozen), and more. All good, not super greaseball. Bread was dry but hey, itâs a diner and you canât have it all! Decor was basic, as to be expected. Pricing was super reasonable.
4 based on 159 reviews
Our dinner was thoroughly enjoyable. We sat outside at a pleasant table and received immediate attention from our server. We enjoyed our drinks and the our meal was delicious. The key lime pie for dessert was the best I have ever had. Our server was working hard with a full house but remained attentive and helpful.
4 based on 421 reviews
Overlooking the lake with bar, lounge and dining room seating. Full bar and great service. Appetizers and desserts and everything in between. Fried clams and the salmon were great, as was the trout. Snowballs for dessert were a real treat. Great service and reasonably priced. Beautiful setting.
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