Not many choices in hancock, so went here for dinner on a Monday night. Everything was fine and service was as well. Nothing was amazing or so unusual that it warrants and excellent.
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I own a summer home not terribly far from Hancock, but have not been there in a number of years. I decided to go out for my evening meal and happened to see a sign in front of the Hancock House advertising that they were...More
We were in town for a festival. We stopped in to have a drink. The place was clean but sparse. They had a surprising broad wine list for such an isolated place.
I felt like I had stepped back in time -- in a good way -- when I ate at this restaurant. The menu choices were classics, like hamburgers, meatloaf sandwich, BLT, open-faced turkey thanksgiving day sandwich, clam chowder ... My wife's BLT came with home-made...More
Have eaten in the bar a few times. Service is usually slow. Have had varied meals there and the food was ok but nothing outstanding and a bit pricey.
Took a two hour ride just to visit this place. It was worth the trip. The food was delicious and cooked to perfection from the calamari to the Ruben to the coleslaw to the steak. They accommodate special requests. Many beer choices and even a...More
we live local and stop here often. Any meal in the dining room has been weak. That said, we have enjoyed the fresh popcorn in the bar and the various bar menu items. For, example, the burgers, sweet potato fries and soups do not disappoint....More
Ate breakfast here while hotel guest and also as part of a 30 person family affair one night. Breakfast is complementary as a hotel guest and enjoyed both the French toast one morning and perfectly poached eggs on the second morning. Only gripe is "maple...More
We have been going to the Hancock House ever since it opened. It is always clean with an excellent staff. Our favorite waitress is Beth, who is quick with a smile and attentive to her customers. There are other eateries in Hancock that have horrible...More