My husband and I had been in the Lakes Region and stopped at this restaurant -- one of the few open out of season. We waited about 10 minutes and were then seated at a high top table in the lounge. Our waitress came and...More
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We loved the food here so much we went back the next night! Very friendly staff! The scallops & fried pickles are amazing! The scallops are so flavorful & the fried pickles are the first I've had that you really taste the pickles & not...More
Food is over-priced and tasteless. There are better options in the area. Chicken finger and onion rings consisted of 6 small fingers and a bunch of lousy onion rings.
Fantastic fried clams and scallops! If you remember the fried clams at Howard Johnson's...these are even better! We stopped in for a late lunch prior to heading to the Manchester airport. Their fried seafood had an excellent breading that was light, flavorful, and not greasy...More
This is my "go to" restaurant when I want Fried clams and onion rings. I have been going here for years and the service is always friendly and fast. There is a small drinks menu mostly beer and wine. The servings are plentiful and always...More
The place was busy but not too busy, nice booths and tables. We ordered fish and chips. Very good. Prices a little on the higher side for a casual lunch but good portions.
Johnson's in New Durham is a favorite amongst vacationers in the lakes region. It is a large restaurant that features an extensive menu offering something for everyone. A popular restaurant in this area can get pretty busy. We stopped by a little after 5 o'clock...More
We had dinner there this week. Portions are huge and reasonably priced. Service is quick and friendly. The fish and chips were great and the pork chops were also. Don't miss their Whoopie Pies! Will definitely be back soon!
We eat here about once a month, nothing fancy but solid fresh seafood and friendly staff. I've had the chowder a few times and its usually a solid B+. This time is was BAD, very sour tasting (it was odd, not off like bad clams,...More