Henniker is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 4,836. Henniker is home to New England College and Pats Peak Ski Area. Henniker is a college town and resort area, featuring both skiing and white-water kayaking.
Things to do in Henniker
4.5 based on 80 reviews
With a New Hampshire sugar shack attached a quaint place for a great breakfast with steady quality real maple syrup, homemade muffins and friendly service. Come afternoon the outdoor ice cream window serves great ice cream,sundae,s and sorbets. Generous portions makes this a must for ice cream lovers as well a smaller portions for those into moderation.
4 based on 12 reviews
I have stopped here often and it has always been a good experience. Their bathrooms are incredibly clean and so is the restaurant. The staff is always nice and has never gotten my order wrong or incomplete.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
A feast for the senses awaits you at Mediterrano; the exotic aroma of garlic, Mediterranean spice and fresh bread fills the air; an eclectic mix of art, antiques and architecture add sophistication and just a touch of whimsical style; using only the freshest and most flavorful ingredients, the innovative kitchen staff expertly prepares tantalizing dishes from each of the 14 countries...
Appetizers, main courses and desserts - all very good. The environment is an old new Englander home converted into a restaurant. The rooms are small and thus, it doesn't get very noisy. By all means, get the home made HUMMUS and bread. YUM. The pistaccio baklava is wonderful as a dessert item. This place is very good in all aspects of the meal. Service is a bit slow, yet it is worth the wait.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
Something for everyone, breakfast all day until 9 PM, plus salads, sandwiches, burgers and wraps. Very creative offerings, well prepared and fairly priced.
I ordered the Bup, a thin sliced short rib sandwich with cheddar cheese, tomato with horseradish mayo on crispy toasted white bread and kettle chips, a home run! My wife had 1/2 egg salad sandwich on white with a cup of home made tomato soup. She said it was the best tasting tomato soup she's ever been served.
There's a full bar and specialty soft drinks. Another hidden NH gem!
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Good food and large portions are standard at this place. Staff is very friendly and service great. If its crowded you leave your name and number and they will call you when your table is ready. Food is excellent and ingrediants always fresh
4.5 based on 12 reviews
You can't go wrong with any pizza made here. The market has excellent marinated meats and local products. Great beer selection as well.
4 based on 122 reviews
Needed something to eat while driving through southwestern New Hampshire and chose Country Spirit based on TripAdvisor rating. Great choice. Very convenient! Just off rte 9. We both had chowder -- a delicious New England corn that day -- and I had a blt and my wife a Turkey salad sandwich. Both were among the best such sandwiches we've ever had. Bacon in mine was especially delicious! Menu is large and varied. You can't go wrong here.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
We had dinner here last night after attending the Hillsborough fair. Took a while to get a seat at the bar as they were busy. The patio was still open and there were tables available outside and in. The restaurant area wasn't packed but busy.
Seems to be a local bar - many of the folks appeared to know each other. People were friendly and we had a pleasant conversation with a couple of the patrons. The bartender was friendly and took our order, remembered our sides (a big plus), and filled our glasses.
As mentioned in numerous reviews - the kitchen is slow. Really slow. We ordered chili as a starter and it took 20-30 minutes to arrive. Not sure why - there should be a big pot in the back, add some cheese, pop in the broiler and send out. Despite the wait, the chili was very tasty. Our meals arrived shortly thereafter (salad, fish tacos). They were both surprisingly good and worth the wait. The prices were reasonable and they have a fairly diverse menu. Good selection of beers on tap too. Our bill was $55 for dinner, appetizer, and drinks.
They're a bit far from home but we'll definitely stop in again if in the area.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
48 Seat Casual Restaurant Specilaizing in Home-made Comfort Food. Burgers, Pulled Pork, Sandwiches, Salads, Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten Free Options Available. Full Bar with Wine & 50 Plus Craft Beers.
So glad we found the Local while exploring NH's backroads. Cute little town. Great menu with tons of sandwich options from burgers to a Turkey, apple, bacon melt. Handmade egg rolls were a treat, too. Lots of homemade sauces. Very fresh and quality ingredients. Fast, attentive service. Great beer selection, too. Plenty of free parking on the street outside. Great place to fill up before visiting Rollins State Park nearby. Just remember they let the last car in at 4pm in the summer -- pretty early! So plan ahead.
4 based on 70 reviews
Nice place with great service. Stopped in while passing through for a late lunch. Food was extremely salty but was otherwise well prepared.
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