There were 4 in our party and decided to eat here while looking at foliage during October. The restaurant is on one of the scenic foliage routes in NH and is worth the stop. We had to wait about 20 minutes for a table to...More
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This place is huge to start off. The Wilderness feel , and look to the place is awesome. Its crowded always and an enormous place inside. There is a large menu and huge portions. The ribs and chicken were great. They give you so much...More
There are few "watering holes" that I'd be happy to visit on a regualr basis, but this is one of them. Usually crowded, but the service in the pub/bar area is good and their nacho plate with a pint of Pig's Ear is a delight....More
My family and I were on vacation for the holiday. We decided to stop in for dinner on a Friday night. The waitress, who was older, was rude and horrible. She was bothered to be our server, you could tell she hates her job and...More
Hi Julie, We are truly sorry about your experience here for dinner. I do know of the incident, and it seems as though our servers dry humor did not go over well with you. It was not meant to be a malicious attack on you,...More
Love the Cascade Lodge -- Swiftwater Room! Breakfast is phenomenal, drinks and pub fare in the bar are fab, staff is so friendly and inviting! Keep it up!
We stopped by and got the kitchen sink natchoes and the cheese stuffed pretzels. They make a very good root beer and good beers.
We stopped here on s Sunday morning. Were seated in the pub area as it was very busy. I ordered the cranberry walnut pancakes, which were excellent! My husband ordered the red velvet hash special. He enjoyed it. Our only negative experience was a few...More
This was possibly the best beer from a brewery I had on tour and the wait staff were really helpful in choosing the best beers to have in the flight. The food was also great and portions good.