Always good food and friendly atmosphere. Have been going here since the 60's when Grandparents lived in North Hampton.
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We must go to this restaurant at least once a month, sometimes more. It has in addition to a wonderful restaurant, a great bakery and coffees shop. I am gluten free and this place "gets it" - their servers are quite knowledgeable about what is and what isn't gluten free. Their clam chowder- gluten free mind you - is to... More
Very pleasant meal but... My friend and I thought we would check it out. I hadn't been there for at least 9 years and wanted to give it a try. The meal was delicious large Caesar Salad with Steak Tips. Salad greens were fresh and washed ( No croutons by choice). Dressing was good but from a bottle and the... More
This is one my favorite places to eat! Food is always delicious and staff are very pleasant. I especially enjoy the desserts. They are mouth watering to look at and extremely decadent. I always refer my friends and family to eat here.
Friends of ours raved about this restaurant so we decided to give it a try with them over the holiday weekend. Two of us had a 2 lb. lobsters stuffed with shrimp and scallops. It was wonderful. More than enough for one person. The other 2 had beef. Both were happy with what they got including the portion size. Service... More
I met a buddy here for lunch recently. We both had to try their Portuguese fisherman's stew. He had just recently returned from a trip to Spain where twice he had dined on paella. He pronounced the Galley Hatch stew the closest you can get to paella in New Hampshire. It was loaded with all the shellfish and salmon you... More
We stumbled across the Galley Hatch on a Sunday morning. The waitress raved about the angus corned beef reuben, so I tried it. Great sandwich, nice and sweet corned beef on Marbled Rye. We were offered a decent array of sides (fries, onion rings, cole slaw...) and i was waffling. The waitress offered a half and half order of fries... More
Stopped after an appointment down the road. Typical New England bar. The clam chowder was good. The steak and cheese sandwich was also good. (Soup was better). Fairly big menu. Lots of locals at the bar. I would come back. Nice bartender...
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