Places for dinner and craft beer in Tilton, laconia area in NH

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  1. frankb34

    frankb34 Initiate (167) Sep 10, 2009 Massachusetts

    Anybody know of any good places for dinner and craft beer in Tilton,laconia areas in NH? Heading up there this weekend.
  2. barleywinebrewer

    barleywinebrewer Initiate (0) Jan 7, 2006 New Hampshire

    Burrito Me is a great place to stop in Laconia.
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  3. stoutluvr420

    stoutluvr420 Initiate (72) Aug 31, 2010 Vermont

    Good luck. I second Burrito Me, mostly because they always have some White Birch- which Im quite fond of. If you have the time, make a trip out to Concord and hit up Burts Better Beers and Barbs Beer Emporium. Yoou can also visit the White Birch Brewery in Hooksett if your out that way... As far as good food in Tilton, there is none. I usually go to Green Ginger which has some decent Chinese food and sushi when Im in the area.
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  4. Massbmx

    Massbmx Devotee (420) Apr 5, 2011 Massachusetts
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    Pretty sure no craft beer options but T-Hop has pretty good food (pizza shop type things). Also Paulie's is damn good for breakfast.
  5. FrankLloydMike

    FrankLloydMike Devotee (499) Aug 16, 2006 Massachusetts

    That's definitely one of the weaker areas for dining, and certainly beer, in New Hampshire. I still haven't made it up to Burrito Me, but based on their burritos at the Southern NH Beer Fest, I would highly recommend them. I've also heard good things about the Local Eatery--in the same old train depot as Burrito Me, I believe--but also haven't visited. I'm not sure what they have for beer, but I remember reading that they were hoping to feature local beers. There are also a number of Common Man restaurants--Camp, Lago, Lakehouse, I believe--in Meredith. Common Man tends to have pretty good, hearty, New England fare in nice settings. The beer list is rarely much to get excited about, but they do feature a nice pale ale, Common Man Ale, brewed specially for them by Smuttynose. Burrito Me would be my go-to, though. Like the North Country, the Lakes Region is kind of a black hole for beer, but it's beautiful in both places. Enjoy the weekend!
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  6. Rochefort10nh

    Rochefort10nh Champion (864) Sep 30, 2005 New Hampshire
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  7. Kinsman

    Kinsman Champion (873) Aug 26, 2009 California

    As others have said, that area is kind of a black hole for beer in the state. 25 minutes north on 93, in Plymouth, there's Bierdermans Deli which has excellent sandwiches and a decent tap selection (probably one of the best north of Concord actually). The deli is down an ally at basement level but above the deli at street level is Chase St. market which has a really good beer selection by NH standards if you want anything to-go.
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  8. nawset

    nawset Initiate (148) Mar 19, 2011 New Hampshire

    And if you happen to be in the Keene area, check out Fireworks. Just had Parabola on tap last night at a beer tasting there.
  9. frankb34

    frankb34 Initiate (167) Sep 10, 2009 Massachusetts

    Thanks everyone for the tips.Burrito Me sounds perfect. My wife loves Mexican food and the beer list looks good.Best of both worlds.
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