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So I thought I would put a few of my favorite New England eating spots out for all to see, with approximate distances from Lancaster.

 

Feel free to add any others you feel would be worthwhile stops during day rides in and around the UN.

 

Not in any particular order…

 

Woodstock Inn & Micro Brewery, (Woodstock, NH 40 miles)

Salt Hill Pub, (Lebanon, NH 78 miles)

Colatina’s Exit, (Bradford, VT 47 miles)

The Lobster Shack, (Cape Elizabeth, ME 120 miles)

Portsmouth Brewery, (Portsmouth, NH 128 miles)

Woodman’s of Essex, (Essex, MA 170 miles)

The Balsam’s Resort, (Dixville Notch, NH 42 miles)

Christopher’s Third Street Grill, (Dover, NH 112 miles)

Al’s French Fries, (Burlington, VT 96 miles)

Maine Diner, (Wells, ME 140 miles)

Ben & Jerry’s, (Waterbury, VT 75 miles)

 

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Polly's Pancake House, don't miss it!

 

+ 1 on this one. This is a family tradition when the family goes up to visit mom. THE BEST - and a great ride there.

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Where is it?

 

I assume they meant:

 

Polly's Pancake Parlor

672 Route 117

Sugar Hill, NH 03586

 

 

It's about 30 miles southwest of Roger's Campground by my calculation.

 

 

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hmmmm been through Sugar Hill many times... never noticed it before. I guess its a good excuse to go back through....

 

thanks for the tip

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Bump...

 

Four Season's Cafe in Oquossoc, ME is at a crossroads of a couple routes and a decent place to stop and recharge. Respectable clam basket and chili. There are a couple nice little stores to check out in the village too.

 

Top of Mount Washington does have a cafeteria too though nothing to write home about.

 

What "must stop" restaurants do the locals recommend?

 

 

 

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Fairlee Diner

Rt 5

Fairlee, Vt.

 

Just north of the bridge to NH on Rt5. Exit Fairlee off of I91.

 

My favorite place for breakfast. Small, old fashion style. Excellent home fries. No credit cards.

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Sunset Hill House

Sunset Hill Rd

Sugar Hill, NH

 

Definitely a splurge $$$.

Excellent food, killer view of the mountains. Rooms also available.

 

 

Anglers Restaurant

Rt1

Searsport, Me.

 

Best fried clams and fried fish in NE. Also grapenut custard if you are lucky.

I intend to ride over for lunch.

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Nice n Easy Rider

Anglers Restaurant

Rt1

Searsport, Me.

 

Best fried clams and fried fish in NE. Also grapenut custard if you are lucky.

I intend to ride over for lunch.

 

Tom, since this is Maine we're talking about I presume those are 'whole' fried clams, not strips, correct? :)

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Fairlee Diner

Rt 5

Fairlee, Vt.

 

Just north of the bridge to NH on Rt5. Exit Fairlee off of I91.

 

My favorite place for breakfast. Small, old fashion style. Excellent home fries. No credit cards.

 

+1 Homemade Muffins are killer

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Tom, since this is Maine we're talking about I presume those are 'whole' fried clams, not strips, correct? :)

 

Just so.

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Looking for a review of Legal Seafoods...Long Wharf in Boston.

 

Anyone been there?

 

Is it all that?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

MB>

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Legal Seafoods is very good. I haven't been there in a long time. Riding in downtown is, well, a pain. YMMV.

No lane-splitting, and Mass drivers are renowned for their "less than perfect" driving.

 

The clambake at the UN will meet/beat it!

 

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Legal Seafoods is very good. I haven't been there in a long time. Riding in downtown is, well, a pain. YMMV.

No lane-splitting, and Mass drivers are renowned for their "less than perfect" driving.

 

The clambake at the UN will meet/beat it!

 

I hope the Chow-da is good!

 

MB>

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If you are going to make the UN87 Lake Winnipesaukee route. I highly recommend the "Alternate" route that I emailed to everyone today as the better way to go. It looks like the YankeeSmokeHouse is only a slight diversion from the route...

 

If there is any room in your side cases... I'll have a full rack! ;)

 

Paul

 

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