I have ne written a review but after tonight I felt I must. My husband and I went to the Happy Hour tonight for an early dinner. When we arrived the restaurant had 3 patrons. With many tables open we were sat between a family with 3 small children and the service station. Now I have 4 children and don t mind kids but with multiple open tables this was the worst choice of seating. First we had mozzarella sticks- Frozen with prepared sauce. I ordered the Pasta Alfred with broccoli ($11.49) & chicken (+$3.00) & lets not forget the frozen bread stick. Food was hot and fast. However there was no broccoli and very little chicken. OVERALL FAIR ATMOSPHERE AND POOR QUALITY FOR THE PRICE
I gave the Happy Hour 5 stars because this place is as good as it gets for this type of restaurant. It s not fancy, but it s a great family style restaurant. My wife and I have a vacation home in New Hampshire and we always plan our trips so we can stop at the Happy Hour for dinner on Fridays. I ve never had a bad meal here and have never left hungry. I normally shy away from salad bars, but their s is immaculate and always well stocked with fresh vegetables. It s better than any of the chain restaurants and the prices are extremely reasonable.
Very good food, nice atmosphere. The locals were very nice and the service was average. Parking is evil, as this is a VERY small burg and you have to park on the main thoroughfare, at an angle.
I have recommended this to my colleagues accordingly.
I've been coming to the Happy Hour for 35 years, and it is one of my favorite restaurants. I've been getting the Roast Turkey for that long, and in THAT many years, the quality of the food has not changed. That is saying something in my book. I cannot imagine anyone saying they went away hungry. I've never seen them skimp on portions, and I believe the prices are very reasonable. Nice restaurant - great food and so consistent. I love it.
Stopped in on a lazy Sunday afternoon drive, fabulous bloody Mary's, great salad & bread bar, good service, good food preparation however overpriced for the quality & portions. If your picky about seafood being fresh, drive east & avoid the fisherman's platter. I'll prolly stick to salad & sandwiches next time, & yes, there will be a next time :)
The Happy Hour is my favorite restaurant. My parents brought me there when I was little and my dad's parents brought him there when he was little. The service is always great and the food is even better. I have been a loyal customer to them all of my life and will continue it on to my kids. Wednesday night they have a two dinners for $20.00. It is a great value and comes with a drink, salad bar, dinner entree and dessert. You can't beat that at restaurant other than fastfood.
Bill and I stopped in Wells River, VT for dinner. the parking area to the Happy Hour Restaurant was packed, so we figured it must have good food. not like we had a choice, it was the only restaurant in this very small town. Bill was in the mood for seafood, so he had the baked haddock. he said it was real good. I choose the Philly Cheese steak, it was edible, but not great. the service was pretty good, but the food was a bit pricey. also didn't get a whole lot of food for the buck. we were still hungry when we left. the restaurant / bar had a whole wall of beer mugs. they were all chained to the shelves. it was a cool display.
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