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 Trip Two- Lake Winnipesaukee

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bakman_01570

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  • Location: webster, MA
Trip Two- Lake Winnipesaukee Mon, 07/30/07 2:23 PM (permalink)
Sorry, no pictures (again!)

Stopped by Kellerhaus (see www.kellerhaus.com) If you ever get a chance to visit Weirs Beach. You must stop at kellerhaus for ice cream.

We also went to T-Bones which is located in Laconia. The service was quite accomodating. I'd say the waiter and hostess made sure to follow procedure. The restaurants Guest Bill of Rights can be found of their website, www.t-bones.com.

We tried a great beginnings sampler. The bacon cheddar fries were very good. I had a steak (with onions!!) and that was cooked to a perfect medium rare. The clam chowder was a little bit too thick for my tastes, however.

My mom said that the turkey dinner was as good and maybe even better than Hart's turkey farm.

I hope that helps anyone looking to dine in the area.


 
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    ellen4641

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    • Joined: 5/1/2004
    • Location: Egg Harbor Township, NJ
    RE: Trip Two- Lake Winnipesaukee Mon, 07/30/07 9:04 PM (permalink)
    thanks for the info.
    I went to the t-bones website, and I'd like to place my order now.
    I'll have the homemade guacomole and salsa, homemade potato chips, and the house specialty , the dry rubbed rib-eye steak.

    And I'm glad to see they also have a location in Manchester, NH, in case I fly in there , (cheap fares) and use that as my base to explore NH and Vermont.

    We've got to teach you to put in those pics , though.
    Maybe you can e-mail some of the pics to me, and I can try to put them in this report of yours. Love to assist!

    ellen in nj
     
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      wheregreggeats.com

      RE: Trip Two- Lake Winnipesaukee Tue, 07/31/07 6:09 AM (permalink)
      Forr anyone else headed up there, I recommend staying at nice family resort called NASWA. Been in the family since the 1950s.

      www.naswa.com


       
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