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“Breakfast Break”
Review of Rosie's Restaurant

Rosie's Restaurant
Ranked #1 of 15 Restaurants in Tamworth
Certificate of Excellence
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: We are a family-owned and operated breakfast and lunch restaurant, and Rosie is celebrating 30 years in business! We work incredibly hard 7 days a week to ensure the quality and freshness of our food reflects the amount of time and care we put into it. Rosie herself is always in the kitchen very early in the morning baking her homemade bread, cinnamon rolls, desserts and more! Two of her sons Mathew and Britton have been raised in the business for the past 30 years, and hardly leave the line to gurantee the consistency we provide for you with our food. Our "Rosie Girls" are hard-working women who are very special to us (family and friends), and our loyal staff works endlessly to follow our high expectations. We do our best to make your eggs how you like, remedy any mistake we may make (we're only human!) and include you on our family's journey. We love our faithful regulars, new friends, and ever-growing community of breakfast lovers! And remember..."If you are grouchy, irritable, or just plain mean, there will be a $10 charge just for putting up with you!" ;)
Reviewed September 4, 2012

Located right across from White Lake State park, Rosie's gives the weekend camper a nice break from the propane grille. Homemade bread is a must when ordering French toast or just a side of toast. Would happily go again.

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Reviewed August 30, 2012

We were on a road trip and arranged to meet a friend here for breakfast. It was a great choice - the restaurant is just what you'd expect, the staff was extremely friendly and the breakfast was among the best I've ever enjoyed. All the usual items were good, but the homemade grilled cinnamon roll and homemade bread were truly excellent.

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Reviewed August 6, 2012

My family had breakfast here based on these reviews, but while we liked its charm and local flavor, the pancakes were strangely very dry (we had two kinds, so it wasn't just a bad batch) and the food otherwise was only slightly above average. The homemade toast was very good, but toast alone does not make a restaurant. We may be back again, because it's close to my wife's family vacation home, but I'll only give this one a mildly above average review.

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Thank mmbcde
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Reviewed August 1, 2012

Wonderful place for breakfast! You can tell the breakfast is great because all the locals are in there. All breakfast items I had were delicious!

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Thank Victoria G
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Reviewed July 18, 2012

Rosie's is a MUST for breakfast. Every year when visiting family we have to go to Rosie's. The service is fast and friendly. Nothing more to say about that. Now for the food. HUGE, delicious portions. Rosie's pancakes are the biggest I've ever seen. One pancake is the size of an entire dinner plate. I ordered one of the daily specials, blueberry stuffed French toast. Two big pieces of French toast stuffed full with blueberries and a sweet cream cheese filling. The bacon I ordered was perfectly crisp, not fatty and slimey like you get at some places. My daughter ordered silver-dollar pancakes which were the size of regular pancakes that you would get anywhere else. The lemon muffin was a good size and was nicely grilled.

If you are in the White Mountains on Route 16, stop at Rosie's. You'll be glad you did.

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Thank Shadow310
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