Always good here. The food and service are always good. I really like that they have new beer just about every couple of weeks.
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We had a 60th Birthday Party for my wife in the upstairs of Hobbs. Our needs were the ability to host 50+ friends and family, a dance floor, handicap access and no worries on setup. The upstairs is a very nice private space with the...More
We we leaf peeping and wound up next to Hobbs around one in the afternoon. The place was half full so not so busy. We had ordered the calamari and it was very greasy. The lower half of order in the plate was inedible. It...More
Attractive atmosphere but noisy. Food is good but beer is better. Great burgers ! Service can be slow at times but in general is good. I've been there many times and will be back. Not a lot of competition in the area for a beer...More
Have been to Hobbs a couple of times now and it’s never a disappointment. The staff is always polite and attentive. The food is delicious, properly seasoned and perfect for the New England area. Definitely a step-up from the previous restaurant. Will recommend to friends...More
We had a gift card and decided to try this restaurant. We were not impressed. We felt the menu choices were very limited. The special of the night was 14 oz. prime rib for $28.00. The size was definitely not worth the price. We felt...More
It is difficult to say which rates better, the lunch or the atmosphere. The tavern is old world. Each of us had something different and we all liked what we had. The beer selection was perfect. Our waiter helped in pairing which was perfect.
Stopped here on way to Vermont. The only reason it did not get 5 is because of service. Food was awesome. Haddock sandwich was awesome for me and turkey was great for my wife. Also gotta say the beer selection was great. You gotta try...More
Stopped here as we were leaving New Hampshire. It was a very late lunch and we were starving. I wasn't sure I could eat anything on the menu, then I noticed all their fried foods were gluten free. Had fish and chips for the first...More