Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Bethlehem. Bethlehem is a hillside town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,526 at the 2010 census. It is home to Cushman and Strawberry Hill state forests. The eastern half of the town is within the White Mountain National Forest. The Appalachian Trail crosses in the south.
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4 based on 302 reviews
I can't review their upstairs restaurant as I only visit their downstairs pub. The pub fare that I've had (pizza or wings) are both very good and their bartender, Lisa, is always very nice. Unfortunately, she is "retiring" from bar tending bar and will only be doing the occasional fill-in for the regulars.
4 based on 806 reviews
Schilling Beer Co. Is a progressive European-inspired small-batch brewery. We exclusively brew beers that we are personally passionate about--beers that tell a story about our history, friendship and values. We believe that craft beer is best enjoyed in c
My husband and I were passing through on our way home. OMG it didn't disappoint at all. We were here on a Friday afternoon. Sat outside overlooking the river and a covered bridge on a gorgeous fall September afternoon. The waitstaff was attentive friendly and courteous and the food was awesome, kudo's to the chef! We split the pretzel with beer cheese, to die for, piping hot light and delicious. My husband had the 2 bratwursts with sauerkraut and mustard and I opted for teh salad with craisins, walnuts goat cheese pumpkin seeds with roasted chicken which was so moist and a nice honey mustard dressing. Great spot location. Next door is the tap house where you could buy and sample or stay for beers which included a food truck also out front. Lovely spot! Don't bypass it if your in Littleton NH, we will be back and only 25 mins north of Lincoln, NH, worth the drive.
4 based on 64 reviews
3RD trip here, Love the atmosphere/food, however, I have TWO BIG issues. My #1 problem that has me soooooo annoyed is the false advertising. Great craft beer selection but their draft beer menu advertises all draft beers at $8.25 for a 16OZ glass, only it arrives in a 12 ounce glass, when questioned (few would notice glass size) they make up some BS story about alcohol content, such a farce and flat out false advertising. I took a photo of the beer menu, Northwoods Mac and Margie Double IPA, $8.25 for 16 ounces, we were charged $8.25 for 12 ounces even when confronted.#2 problem is the live band that starts jamming at 6PM Thursday evening, although very good, drowns out any chance of having a conversation at your table and we sat as far away as possible. We are early 50's and appreciate good music but not that early on Thursday when you can't converse with your table guests. Back to Schillings I guess.
4 based on 63 reviews
too much cheese, not enough flavor on the Greek and Mediterranean pizzas. Next time, I'll check another place in town.
4 based on 49 reviews
absolutely friendly staff and best pizza in town at a great price.You can get everything you possible could need in this small place from sandwhiches,pizza, cold cuts,salads etc,Wonderful meats just everything you could possibly need.Parking can be tricky but you have the whole main st to find a parking or you can park in the back and short walk down.
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