One of New England 's most recognized restaurants the Tamarack is once again welcoming Spring and Summer. It's not a trip to the Lakes Region without ... More
One of New England 's most recognized restaurants the Tamarack is once again welcoming Spring and Summer. It's not a trip to the Lakes Region without stopping by for one of our famous 100% lobster rolls, hand made onion rings or any of our many other menu offerings. Come rain or shine we have indoor heated or air conditioned dining area as well as our popular outdoor shaded picnic area. Come see why we are recommended by Phantom Gourmet and TV Diner. Jim and Linda Clayton are here to welcome you and ring in the summer season!!!!
My husband and I were looking forward to the April 2007 season reopening after a long winter without a 'superior' lobster roll, but were shocked and disappointed when we received our order. What used to be a great and unique lobster roll is now merely ordinary. If you were a fan of the old lobster rolls, don't waste your time or money on the new version. Far inferior. No langostino's included, and very little watery mayo. Lobster meat tasted frozen. It did not justify the $36 price we paid for 1 regular & 1 large lobster rolls, with 1 medium soda. Upon leaving the parking lot, I read a sign that notified customers of the change in ownership.
BRING BACK THE OLD LOBSTER ROLL FORMULA!!! That was worth the price.
We went this weekend (4/07) waited 48 minutes (and there was a only a few orders ahead of us) for a small order of onion rings and a chocolate frappe that was chocolate milk. Asked for a new frappe and server was clearly annoyed. Everyone was waiting at least 40minutes and this was NOT even close to a busy day. Cost was almost $10. Servers never apologized, we wont go back again. Recent new ownership, they do not have their act together.
I never understood how so many people could like this place. People who think this is good food, don't know good food. The Lobster Roll is made with langostino, but still priced as actual choice lobster. The fried food is way too greasy. The burgers are skimpy. And prices are through the roof.
In 1992, the owners of the Homestead restaurants purchased the vacant Indian Head bank building in Laconia, NH. The historic
brick bank building did not fit the theme for another Homestead location so the McDonough family went to work ...
Features two adjoining Georgian Colonial Mansions. Enjoy the elegant estates of both Governor Spaulding brothers. Includes 20 charming rooms, gardens,
fine dining, and entertainment. All rooms have private baths. A light breakfast is served each morning. Hotel Details:8 Rooms ...
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