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Old 02-14-2022, 10:20 PM   #1
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I yearly did a poll of the favorite restaurant on the lake but restaurants found they could stuff the ballots as the last time there were more votes than people on the forum. Since its a quiet time i ask what's if your favorite restaurant meal at a restaurant on the lake.
Mine first North Atlantic haddock at the Bob house and second grilled haddock at VK on Friday
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O’s 24oz New York strip or Buffalo Wings at the Looney Bin


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This is difficult to single down because there are a verity of reason and cravings behind each dinning out experience is it a special occasion? Are we out for pizza? In the mood for Mexican? Need a good wine list? Want an after dinner scotch?

For me, though it doesn’t fit in any aforementioned categories, a steak, egg and cheese bagel on-a Sriracha asiago bagel with triple steak at Winnepesaukee Bay-Gil’s. Has not failed me yet
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The sweet and sour Thai calamari at Canoe - on top of a Caesar salad.
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Hands down my best most recent meal!! It was a special that night and I went over to tell Scott, the owner/chef, that it should be on the menu full time, it was so good, just the right amount of heat. He thanked me and said they usually have all the ingredients and to order it any time and they'd make it. Thats why Canoe is one of our go to restaurants!!
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I prefer the baked salmon at The Bob House.
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Shibley's Ivan Asiago Crusted Pork.

Great appetizer before would be the Fresh and Warm Potato Chips, which are homemade with delicious toppings.

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I'm a simple dude, but here are my faves in the area: Seafood platter at Bob House, Pop's, or Dockside; prime rib at Dockside; sampler at Yankee Smokehouse; sampler at Italian Farmhouse; farmer's breakfast at Farmer's Kitchen; and steak and eggs w/pancakes at Benton's (Waterville).

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I just wish that they would bring back the duck/noodles dish, it was spectacular.
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So far nobody has mentioned the McRib.

It it because it isn't a permanent menu item?
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So far nobody has mentioned the McRib.



It it because it isn't a permanent menu item?
Does Applebee's still have the "riblets"?!

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Stuffed mushrooms at the Bobhouse

Fried clam/shrimp combo at pop’s clam shell

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If I can't get a McRib with 8gv, my number 2 would be a lobster roll with my wife at Castle In The Clouds (or since they were closed last year) Dockside in Wolfeboro
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Has to be the Seafood Platter at Pop's.
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You titled on the lake and many have mentioned places in the Lakes Region. So here goes.

Osteria Poggio for Italian cuisine.
The Corner House Inn for comfort food.
Local Eatery, Best Locally-Sourced Menu
O's for fine steaks.
Walter's Basin for a unique experience.

I could go on. Lakes Region has more than its share of fine dining. Competition at its best!
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You titled on the lake and many have mentioned places in the Lakes Region. So here goes.

Osteria Poggio for Italian cuisine.
The Corner House Inn for comfort food.
Local Eatery, Best Locally-Sourced Menu
O's for fine steaks.
Walter's Basin for a unique experience.

I could go on. Lakes Region has more than its share of fine dining. Competition at its best!
I've never gotten to the Corner House, so I'll check that out this summer.

Question, though: Walter's Basin is a "unique experience"? It's essentially Garwoods West, right? Am I missing something?

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I've never gotten to the Corner House, so I'll check that out this summer.

Question, though: Walter's Basin is a "unique experience"? It's essentially Garwoods West, right? Am I missing something?

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Garwoods is an interesting one: It’s neither great nor terrible. It’s often a fallback or an easy stop when the dock isn’t full and I don’t feel like walking to Wolfetrap to be told it’s a 2 hour wait.

But seriously, their chef is in love with sweet Thai chili sauce. It’s gone too far. It’s on like 4 different menu items
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Agree on Garwoods. But, I personally never wait for food. So many choices you just have to look


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Question, though: Walter's Basin is a "unique experience"? It's essentially Garwoods West, right? Am I missing something?

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Far from being a Garwood West. I find it unique as it has an excellent view of Big Squam, the way they decorate the place is almost a camp experience. The food is excellent and the barkeeps are very sociable.

Garwoods on the other hand is a lot more upscale and EXPENSIVE!
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Penne Ala Vodka, and Mediterranean Focaccia at Giuseppe's
Farmers Daughter Pie at Pizza Barn
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Has to be the Seafood Platter at Pop's.
A boat ride to Alton Bay for a Seafood Platter at Pop's is a home run
A boat ride to Meredith for dinner at Lakehouse Grill
A boat ride to Wolfeboro for drinks and a Margherita Pizza at Nolan's

A boat ride to..............
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I'm a simple dude, but here are my faves in the area: Seafood platter at Bob House, Pop's, or Dockside; prime rib at Dockside; sampler at Yankee Smokehouse; sampler at Italian Farmhouse; farmer's breakfast at Farmer's Kitchen; and steak and eggs w/pancakes at Benton's (Waterville).

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Dockside is a decent regular. I’ll get the ribeye if it’s ever in stock again.
I’ll even say Alton Villiage pizza is dead consistent and always on time. Everything is “good enough”.

Ackerly’s is lacking a bit lately. Lackerly’s?
I’ve received dishes lately that are sloppily over cooked, over/under seasoned or drowned in butter.
Nice people, but sloppy in the kitchen.

Pops scallops are always on point.
Hopefully new ownership doesn’t ruin Sawyer’s.
O bistro: Would do again. I’ve yet to try Pavilion, but it looks promising.

I’ll check out Bob’s and Yankee Smokehouse.
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Far from being a Garwood West. I find it unique as it has an excellent view of Big Squam, the way they decorate the place is almost a camp experience. The food is excellent and the barkeeps are very sociable.

Garwoods on the other hand is a lot more upscale and EXPENSIVE!
I hear you a bit on decor, but both have lake views and Walter's is actually as, or more, expensive—I just went to compare because I remember leaving last time thinking "damn, I should be way more full for what I just paid." Specifically, I was miffed that $10 only equated to four, FOUR, potstickers.

I'm not gonna call it criminal yet, but it's on my radar.

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Far from being a Garwood West. I find it unique as it has an excellent view of Big Squam, the way they decorate the place is almost a camp experience. The food is excellent and the barkeeps are very sociable.

Garwoods on the other hand is a lot more upscale and EXPENSIVE!
I think Walter's Basin overlooks Little Squam. Not Big Squam... A great view either way.

When sitting at the window, it's easy to envision Katherine and Henry getting out of their antique wood "Chris Craft U-22", and going into the little store on the dock...
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I did not like Mexican, wife does. Vida at the Weirs...WOW!

Last time there, I bought a quart of their red sauce that goes on their burrito, I made a seafood chowder with it, it was wild, very different a must try.
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The best / highest quality dining experience I've had at the lake was several years ago at Mise en Place in Wolfeboro.
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The best meal I ever had AND the worst was at Canoe. Obviously, consistency is their issue.

If you want a consistent dining experience, I would have to say Bob House and El Mariachi get my vote.
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The Haddock nuggets at Country Cook'n at the Lakeside in Gilford. Great fried fish with 2 sides for under $9. I recommend the broccoli salad as a side along with great fries.
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I think Walter's Basin overlooks Little Squam. Not Big Squam... A great view either way.

When sitting at the window, it's easy to envision Katherine and Henry getting out of their antique wood "Chris Craft U-22", and going into the little store on the dock...
I second Walter's Basin. That view of Little Squam right around sunset and the seafood paella. Perfect!

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I think Walter's Basin overlooks Little Squam. Not Big Squam... A great view either way.

When sitting at the window, it's easy to envision Katherine and Henry getting out of their antique wood "Chris Craft U-22", and going into the little store on the dock...
Another vote for Walter’s Basin! One of our favorite places! Just watched “On Golden Pond” again. Hadn’t watched it in probably 20 years. Forgot how good of a movie it was!


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Hard to beat the VK on a Saturday night for FANTASTIC PRIME RIB!
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I didn't hear any replies about best 'steak tips' around the lake ?

Besides buying steak tips at the Whining Butcher and grilling myself, would like folks restaurant suggestions.
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I didn't hear any replies about best 'steak tips' around the lake ?

Besides buying steak tips at the Whining Butcher and grilling myself, would like folks restaurant suggestions.
Difficult to beat Whining Butcher tips. Use to purchase a few pounds at $15.99. At $19.99 I stopped. Last was last spring, what are they asking now? Downgraded a bit to BJs or Costco. Still a fine meal. Restaurant wise, Os is the best


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Best restaurant tips = Bucky's.

Best *expensive* raw tips = Wining.

Best *value* raw tips = Hannaford.

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The steak tips at the 405 Grille in Laconia are great and the Buffalo chicken dip is incredible.


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Besides buying steak tips at the Whining Butcher and grilling myself, would like folks restaurant suggestions.
I doubt there are many local restaurants who have steak tips better than the Wine'ing Butcher's, bigdog! I love grilling their "Grillmaster" marinated tips ... absolutely delicious. Can't wait for spring weather so I can fire up the gas grill for the 2022 season.
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i had steak tips yesterday at Guiseppies and as always they were awesome.
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"Steak tips" seems a regional dish, most popular in New England.

I rarely see it on menus in Portland, and nobody I know has cooked it at home.

I do see a lot of New England clam chowder served at the casinos though.
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Steak tips are a regional New England dish according to my exhaustive 5 minute Google search. I had never heard of them elsewhere.

I doubt that it is a newly discovered part of cow anatomy, more an emphasis on a particular cut or even preparation. Regional specialties are interesting and frequently the source of friendly rivalry.
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i was told by a chef that a tenderloin may have 6-10 ounces. So when cutting to get to 6OZ what do you do with the extra. Well sirloin tips. I am sure Baygo or samiam i am will weigh in
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The short answer… Eat it when my wife’s not looking😊

Actually a tenderloin comes in weighing somewhere between 4 or 5 pounds and a skilled chef will cut it down to 6 ounce portions.
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