Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Kingston, New Hampshire, United States. Kingston is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 6,025.
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4 based on 128 reviews
Weâre locals (for the past 5 years at least), we have always tried to love it here since the atmosphere is fun, the beer is good and itâs a town staple. That being said, the hosts are always so disappointing in welcoming and accommodating us when we bring our child. I get that itâs a great bar, however they have a childrens menu and we are never the only family there, yet weâre always are made to feel like having our child is an inconvenience and are always given crappy seating even when booths which we kindly request are readily available. It sets us up for an unpleasant experience and this time I just had to write about it to save another potential family of diners to go elsewhere. Whispering and debating an appropriate table for us âsomewhere in the backâ isnât a warm welcome, and itâs not the first time weâve had this experience when trying to be seated. The food is fine, nothing special and it always has an odd greasy texture and taste, but the beer is good, thereâs usually a good cider on tap (not this week) and a nice selection of wine. The dessert is another thing thatâs just fine, but theyâre way overpriced! Overall, I recommend trying the starlight or sticking to flatbread if you are dining with your littles and want to feel welcome and get good food.
4 based on 52 reviews
Located adjacent to the Exeter River at the site of the former Exeter Great Dam in an historic building, this restaurant pub offers wonderful views of the river below. I enjoyed a specialty apple cider concoction along with my lobster roll over a late lunch. Friendly service and updated, attractive interior, this is an inviting spot for drinks or dining. Enjoy!
4 based on 166 reviews
I have been to crave on multiple occasion, restaurant and pub setting. Both are amazing and similar menu. The beef tartar and oysters are my go to, but have tried countless other offering on the menu that never disappoint myself or friends. And the drinks are always fun and inventive!
4 based on 426 reviews
Converted Catholic Church into NH's Best Irish Pub in the State! Original stain-glass windows, light fixtures and large harp shaped bar. Great family restaurant, something for everyone! Enjoy one of our 26 beers on draft or our specialty drinks. Amazing o
One of my fav dishes is calamari, and this is one of the best Ive had not by a shore line. The peppers and chipotle aioli make it so yummy. Also the atmosphere is super cool, appetizers are pretty big and could be considered a meal :)
4 based on 39 reviews
Since they reopened the food and service are very good. My only criticism is the leftover containers. THE LEFTOVER CONTAINERS DO NOT CLOSE. Your wait staff canât even close them. I donât care if you bought 10,000 of them. THROW THEM AWAY. PLEASE.These containers must litter your parking lot every night from people who donât want there truck trashed with spilt food. So you made a mistake. Admit it, throw them away and move on. Do.a fund raiser to buy new leftover containers. PLEASE
3 based on 34 reviews
This is just not a night club. The lunches are wonderful. They offer an excellent diverse menu. Tuesday is $5.00 hamburgs all day. This includes a well dressed burger and fry's. A great deal which is very good. Wednesday is pizza day. They offer a special every week. The pizza maker, Matt does an excellent job of making fantastic pizzas. This is my now my go to place for lunch
4 based on 33 reviews
Located in Kingston NH, Rick's Food & Spirits is a purveyor of fine American dining from the esteemed Chef Rick Korn. With an all new dinner/drinks menu and a completely renovated dining area.
Walking in I had such high hopes. I briefly scoped out the menu online and they seemed to have a lot to offer. We chose to sit at the bar per usual and started to look over the draught beer. Decent selection. My stoneface was $8. I figured with the menu the price went hand in hand. No problem paying for quality. Our bartender, Amber, started off ok and then someone told her she knew a table in the dining room and she was gone for the most part. We got the nacho appetizer because most stuff was friend and I had already decided to have garlic fries with my meal (she never rang them in and that was probably a blessing) It was late-ish and hubby got a Rueben and I a Caesar salad on recommendation from the bartender. It was plain. Like the person making it forgot an ingredient or two. It happens. The tops on the nachos were very fresh (nacho portion on the small side) as well as very fresh romaine, also a small portion. His Rueben came with cajun fries and they were the weirdest fries ever. You bit into a crisp fry and then it was gone.... disintegrated. When Amber asked how the salad was because I hadn't eated even half and I responded with "plain" she actually started to argue with me. Asking me where I think I could get better. I gave the salad to my husband to eat and.....he didn't. When I said I would pack his half of a sandwich and that she didn't need to...she rolled her eyes then went into the kitchen and complained about us...the bar is open to the kitchen. She either forgot or didn't care.If I rated based on service I would give this place a 0.The level of service and quality of food did not meet the level of satisfaction their price point would lead one to expect. Very odd.
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