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Old 06-25-2018, 02:50 PM   #1
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Default Buckeys' In Moultonboro ?

Anyone been to Buckeys' In Moultonboro ?

Good, bad or drive by ?

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Old 06-25-2018, 02:58 PM   #2
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I've been about four or five times. The ribs are all sauce, so those are out for me. The steak tips are super good but also super expensive--something like mid-$20's for a non-doggie-bag size.

In short, not good enough for me to continue past Bob House or Canoe or Rubbin' Butts or Village Kitchen...

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I love Bucky's.... I believe they serve good food at the right price....

A must have treat are their homemade potato chips....

If I had to label the establishment it is pub fare. It is not meant to be a Canoe, or Bob house... But is a step up from Village Kitchen in my estimation....

Village Kitchen for Breakfast and Bucky's for diner for me.... But then again like FLL, I am more of the Walmart side of life kind of guy..........
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I love Bucky's.... I believe they serve good food at the right price....

A must have treat are their homemade potato chips....

If I had to label the establishment it is pub fare. It is not meant to be a Canoe, or Bob house... But is a step up from Village Kitchen in my estimation....

Village Kitchen for Breakfast and Bucky's for diner for me.... But then again like FLL, I am more of the Walmart side of life kind of guy..........
I don't disagree, but these are Bob House/Canoe prices...

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We're regulars. Steak Tips with peppers, onions and a sweet marinade are the best I've had (10 oz is plenty); Turkey Tips very good. Service is warm and friendly, popcorn is free. Headed there tomorrow for Taco Tuesday!
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Default After golf at Ridgewood

After playing golf at Ridgewood, we often stop at Bucky's. Good pub food, good service, friendly atmosphere. We'd probably go more often if it wasn't on the other side of the lake from us.

I say "Go".

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I don't disagree, but these are Bob House/Canoe prices...

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After playing golf at Ridgewood, we often stop at Bucky's. Good pub food, good service, friendly atmosphere. We'd probably go more often if it wasn't on the other side of the lake from us.

I say "Go".

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Same Reason we go & also would like to go more often ,it is run very well
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The tips are that expensive because they're that good. They're Dom's steak tips if folks are familiar which are shipped up from Malden and worth their weight in gold. With that said, I've ordered the same thing for the past 10+ years about 20-30 times a year and it's the steak tip sub on a hoagie. Do yourself a favor, you won't be disappointed. Generally in there Friday night after golf for the live music.
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A Cup of Clam Chowder and the small portion of TIPs is more the enough. The Mashed Potatoes that come with the Tips are the best.
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