Epping is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 6,411 at the 2010 census. Epping includes the area known as Camp Hedding.
Restaurants in Epping
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Great to be able to buy online and reserve your seats. Theaters are clean and roomy with good seats. As with any movie theater; expensive popcorn, drinks, etc... Plenty of parking plus lots of places to eat before or after right in the same plaza.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
New Hampshire's largest winery was a fun experience. The wines were OK. After all, you're in NH. It's also a distillery. You can try 5 samples (total) for $5.00. If you buy a bottle, the tasting is free. I tried 3 wines, gin, and maple liqueur. Some of our party liked the whites (Niagara and Cayuga). Others liked the port. We took a bottle of the maple liqueur home. I wish they had indoor seating. We would've enjoyed having a glass at the winery.
4 based on 133 reviews
We camped for a weekend and it was lovely! Lots of waterfront pitches which looked so pretty! The shops are well stocked, good prices on canoe rentals ($20 ph) the toilets were fine (flushable) and the beach and playground were a great size. We'd definately camp here again!
4.5 based on 27 reviews
No visit to this area is complete without a visit to Lindt. The spotless sales area has been redone to include a beverage bar, more sales area, and a cooking/meeting area. Offering the latest flavors and styles of chocolate you can generally score some items that were deemed to be less than perfect. These are sold at a reduced price and are quickly grabbed up by those in the know.
The European candy selection is generally filled with wonderful offerings that aren't always found at all of the retail stores. When you enter the store you are offered a truffle and a smile. Not a bad way to start your shopping experience! The staff take pride in helping you with any special selections you might need and steering you to some of their better deals of the day. This is a very happy place to shop.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
My cousin Nick married Nicole this past Friday. The wedding took place at Zorvino's Vineyard in Sandown,NH. The grounds were very nice and of course decorated with all types of fall flowers and pumpkins etc. While they were taking pics we went to a wine tasting for $5. I'm not really into sweet wines but the Reisling and the Mano wines were very good. There was also one with tones and spicy. We had bacon wrapped scallops, steak teriyaki, stuffed mushrooms ans marinated chicken that were distributed by wait people. All were fantastic. There was a cheese, veggie, fruit and cracker buffet that would make you cry. It did me. I'm the Queen of Cheese and these past few weeks I've been abstaining to diet. Well I fell off the wagon. The Brie OMG and the hot spinach and artichoke dip❤️. For the main course I had the prime rib, cooked to perfection. My husband had the chicken with cranberry bread stuffing, what little there was. He said it was just ok. At the end of the night there was pizza which was also very good. The place itself is very nice for a wedding. Of course the bride and groom were the highlights of the night. Congratulations Zorvino's for making their day special.
4 based on 32 reviews
Mother nature interrupted the races this year. We attended Sat race and it was fabulous, even had tickets to the John Force hospitality tent. But Sunday, we were rained out and having to work Monday we were forced to miss the best day.
Always look forward to going to Epping, gives us an excuse to go to the ocean,we will be there again next year!!
5 based on 34 reviews
Bedrock Gardens is a private 20-acre garden designed, built, and maintained by its two owners. It is notable for its horticulture, specimen plants, garden design, hardscape, and art.Please note that it is open to the public only on the third Saturday of the month, May thru September. Check our website for details.
This is a private property that is only open to the public on certain occasions (5 times a year or so). It's worth it to go at least once. If you like unique plants, unusual steel sculptures and a bit of a reprieve from the hustle, it is a very nice place to be. The owners do this to show their sculptures and hope you have enough to afford them. They don't really appear to want you there though. They are not "Bed and Breakfast Friendly". As long as you are aware of this, it doesn't matter because soon you will be walking across acres of beautiful gardens and woodland areas. You will not be near them. Enjoy! Give your self a couple hours to see it all.
5 based on 35 reviews
Our daughter attended for 4 years and her focus, sociability, leadership and personality improved exponentially....graduated 2015...on to a great university. Tough, but an experience to be obtained if at all possible...scholarships available. We got involved... joined the parents leadership committee.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We hit this spot up in a series of local breweries and it was a good decision. What stands out off the bat is the nice, relaxing friendly atmosphere. It isn't like other breweries. This one is designed for talking and relaxing while trying samples of the beer. They had 8 beers on tap to try and they were very inventive. Different yeasts, flavors and such that made them stand out in uniqueness. I would suggest hitting this location up no doubt. Worth the visit off the beaten path.
5 based on 8 reviews
My wife and I recently attended the SIG Sauer Academy to take their Handgun Orientation (Handgun 101) and Basic Practical Handgun Skills (Handgun 102) full-day courses. We had a lot of fun and learned a lot. Both Kevin Williams (Handgun 101) and Mike South (Handgun 102) were excellent instructors who kept things fun and interesting, but above all safe. The class sizes are kept small (10:1 student:teacher ratio) so there is plenty of hands-on time between the instructors and the students. The facilities are excellent and modern. The Academy has the first "green" shooting range in the State. While it is a bit of a drive for us coming from the Toronto area, we have already booked to go back in October for Intermediate Handgun Skills, Intro to Defensive Shooting (Handgun 103) and Defensive Handgun Skills (Handgun 104) (both full-day) as well as Introduction to IDPA (a two-day course). We can't wait to go back!
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