Do not try to go to this restaurant. Despite its great reputation with the locals, it closed unexpectedly yesterday and will not be reopening. Another restaurant could take over the space but that is conjecture.
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Rustic setting - located next to an old mill pond and waterfall. great country menu. Try the bison meat loaf!! Also good Sunday brunch
We discovered JPs last New Years Day after a First Day Hike up Monadnock. What a great surprise! Extremely cozy tavern space with old barn wood interior, cozy wood stove, and view out to a lovely Winter brook scene. Very friendly and welcoming staff. Surprisingly...More
We have eaten at this establishment on 3 different dates over the last few years and got to say it was not bad but not going to wow anyone. The food was a small portion the price was higher than I would have expected and...More
We stopped here with a coach party for lunch but opted not to have the three course meal on offer so sat in the bar and ordered separately. The staff were very friendly as were the other diners, mainly locals I think. Our food was...More
Stopped by lunch enroute to view the foliage. Nice surprise, rustic cabin with homemade cooking aroma - I had a great haddock dinner with a pumpkin martinin- the others had chicken and beef- we all like our dinners- service was great, portions were large- sessert...More
We just stopped in not knowing what this place was. We enjoyed it, the food was pretty good. A little expensive though. Dessert was to die for. Yummy!! It was just a nice place to go to once in awhile.
We had our lunch here while on Grayline's Fall Foliage Spectacular Tour. We are vegetarians so we were served with Vegetarian Pastas. Good Food.