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Old 06-14-2017, 06:46 AM   #1
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Tried going to breakfast last Sunday at Ames farm, person we bumped into said they were closed .anyone know whats going on?
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Old 06-14-2017, 07:12 AM   #2
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We open today at 7:30! Our official season for the restaurant is Saturday before Father's Day through Labor Day. We always try to open a few days early to work out the kinks and that date is today . We look forward to seeing everyone soon!
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We open today at 7:30! Our official season for the restaurant is Saturday before Father's Day through Labor Day. We always try to open a few days early to work out the kinks and that date is today . We look forward to seeing everyone soon!
Great food and nice place to stay
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Old 07-05-2018, 09:30 AM   #4
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We had the blueberry pancakes with NH maple syrup this morning; delicious

The standard order is 3 pancakes, we went for just 2 each. Even then my wife got a box to take some of hers home and I was almost able to finish my two. They were filled with generous amounts of what looked like the small wild blueberries.
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We had the blueberry pancakes with NH maple syrup this morning; delicious

The standard order is 3 pancakes, we went for just 2 each. Even then my wife got a box to take some of hers home and I was almost able to finish my two. They were filled with generous amounts of what looked like the small wild blueberries.
I did the same thing last Sat. - got two delicious blueberry pancakes at Ames Farm because three are a bit too much for me. You will be hard pressed to find better blueberry pancakes around the lake. And, as Slickcraft mentioned, they serve real maple syrup with them.
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Back in the 70ís, when UFO sitings were a big thing, Jim Ames said he would greet them with real NH maple syrup if they landed in his field.


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Is there any docking available if you wish to go to the restaurant by boat?
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Is there any docking available if you wish to go to the restaurant by boat?
Yes there is limited public docking available. It's been a long time since I went by boat, however, and I don't remember how many boats their public dock can accommodate.
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Is there any docking available if you wish to go to the restaurant by boat?
They post on their Facebook page dock availability for the restaurant: www.facebook.com/AmesFarmInn
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They post on their Facebook page dock availability for the restaurant: www.facebook.com/AmesFarmInn

Yes that is how we get there. Docking for several boats. On weekends the dining room fills up shortly after 7:30 am opening so we dock by 7:15. Or it will thin out later.
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