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The Country View Restaurant

In Featured Restaurants By Jessica Sacco/Photos: Kindra Clineff / Published: Tuesday, 18 February 2020 11:03

It’s breakfast meets lunch and vice versa when you dine at The Country View Restaurant. Open most of the week from early morning to midafternoon, this Greenland, New Hampshire, eatery serves up both the first and second meals of the day, often blending components of each into its entrees.

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The Coop Rotisserie

In Featured Restaurants By Rob Levey/Photos: Allie Burke / Published: Tuesday, 14 January 2020 11:11

When you visit The Coop Rotisserie in Amesbury, you get more than a great meal, you get Chef-owner Elvis Jimenez-Chavez’s passion on a plate. You will also get his infectious smile.

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Ember Wood Fired Grill

In Featured Restaurants By Rob Levey/Photos: Tony Scarpetta / Published: Monday, 11 November 2019 14:17

The two-level Ember Wood Fired Grill in downtown Dover, New Hampshire, is housed in a converted 19th-century fire station. Downstairs, the ambiance is warm and relaxed, complete with a fireplace. Upstairs the scene is more casual, with TVs, community seating, and a pool table.

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Pastapalooza!

In Featured Restaurants By Diane Bair & Pamela Wright/Photos: Kindra Clineff / Published: Wednesday, 09 October 2019 13:05

Seacoast restaurants feature pasta in all its traditional and innovative glory

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2 Home Cooks

In Featured Restaurants By Jessica Sacco/Photos: Kindra Clineff / Published: Monday, 26 August 2019 14:10

Helen Williams, owner and head chef of 2 Home Cooks, wants you to feel like family as soon as you enter her eatery. Housed in Dover’s Cocheco Park, the restaurant features a large wraparound bar that surrounds an open kitchen, giving customers a front-row view of the action, plus the ability to interact with the person making their meal. “We want to get to know the guests and be a little more personal,” Williams says. “Instead of walking into a restaurant, you’re walking into our home.”

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