You can always depend on good sandwiches, fresh ingredients, friendly service here. Much better than the Black Sheep Deli where you cannot depend on any or all of theses three categories.
Loose Goose has some very lovely sandwiches you are unlikely to find anywhere else, but they aren't particularly exceptional. I would expect to be able to recreate the sandwiches after having it the first time. Personally, I consider Lone Wolf to be a better value because I think Loose Goose is overpriced. Don't get me wrong, the food is yummy... More
My husband and I stopped off on our way to NH, so we got off of I-91 to at lunch in Hannover. We were starving, and we pulled into the first parking space we saw and bolted into Loose Goose since it was raining. At first glance, it looked like a typical college soup, sandwich and salad place with a... More
I visit Loose Goose at least once a week for either a breakfast sandwich or lunch. Although the prices are a bit high, you get quality, freshly made-to-order food. The chicken in chicken sandwiches is a thick cut of chicken breast. They have great salads, coffee, and you can't pass up the cookies:)
The Loose Goose Cafe offers a wide range of specialty deli sandwiches, named with a jazz theme. I prefer the Redman (smoked salmon based) but I have tried just about every other one over the years and have never been disappointed. The bread is fresh and delectable. The counter service is friendly and prompt. It seems like a place where... More
All of the sandwiches at Loose Goose are to die for: fresh breads with unusual ingredients, incredibly tasty delights that are way beyond the average sandwich experience - like that Burnin' Funk chicken sandwich with the hot sauce and blue cheese mayo - wow. Nice soft jazz music in the background, a great place to hang out, and an unusually... More
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