We live in Manhattan and ate at Peyton Place when we were in NH to retrieve our son from camp. We find that some country inns prepare food that is heavy and rich for our taste or simply a poor imitiation of styles that we find in the city. By contrast, Peyton place strikes a good balance of dishes that are not over spiced, sauced or designed but still original and delicious. There are several options for vegetarians, many local ingredients and some interesting international accents. There is a limited but interesting wine list with most bottles selling in the $30-40 range. Appetizers range from $6-11 and main courses are mostly around $18-25. The dining room is appealing and the service is mostly efficient and friendly. This is a family run enterprise.
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