The Canoe Club
Hanover, NH

The Canoe ClubThe Canoe Club was launched in November of 2003 in the center of “downtown Hanover” with the goal of providing a stylish, yet informal, gathering spot for the Upper Valley. From the beginning, our intention was to present fresh local and regional food and beverage within a broad price range, complemented by distinctive, yet unobtrusive entertainment. Guests often mention the “good energy” they feel upon entering the Canoe Club - the welcoming staff, the smell of tasty food, and the vibrant scene.


The Canoe Club is festooned with authentic thematic ephemera, specifically items that harken back to Dartmouth history, the considerable local summer camp heritage, and the rustic, canoe-related traditions of the Northeast. We are particularly proud of our 1918 Old Town sailing canoe, our Chestnut canoe from the 1930's laden with single malt Scotches, the old sign from the summit of Mt. Moosilauke, and various 19th century Dartmouth artifacts. Several panels from the original Lloyd’s of London are also incorporated into the interior of the Canoe Club.


We hope the Canoe Club’s leather couches, waterwall and other custom features suggest an inviting, comfortable setting for straightforward food with a flair.


The Prince & The Pauper
Woodstock VT


Prince & The PauperIn the Heart of the Village


A distinctive, yet intimate resort inn nestled beneath Vermont's highest peak, The Innsbruck Inn at Stowe combines the atmosphere and style of a traditional european inn, with accommodations and amenities of a mountain resort.


Located only 1 1/2 miles from the base of historic Mount Mansfield, the inn is situated on a scenic, streamside property bordered by cross-country ski trails, the Stowe recreation path, and a real Vermont covered bridge.


Cafe Miranda
Rockland, ME


Cafe Miranda

Cafe Miranda is a small, cozy bistro like restaurant with a big menu of ethnic tastes and bites to please even the pickiest of palettes. Why is the menu so big? Because we can!


We serve generous portions of wholesome food with big flavor. Some of specialties include:


  • Fresh House Made Pasta
  • Meat & Potatoes
  • Bar-B Q
  • Burgers
  • Thai
  • Mex
  • Asian
  • Meats
  • Vegetaria
  • Kids
  • Seafood from Port Clyde Fresh Catc
  • Original Wood Oven Pizza

We are open 7 days a week starting at 5 p.m. with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas day.


We have a comfortable and casual dining room with lots of tables and dining al fresco during the summer months.


We pride ourselves on sourcing our meat, seafood and produce locally. We are a Farm to Table Restaurant, we have our own “Headacre” Farm in Owls Head!


Feel free to drop in or call 207-594-2034 to or click here to make a reservation.

We look forward to serving you fresh and local food not to be forgotten.

Sincerely,


Evan, Kerry & the Crew….



Margaritas
Westbrook, CT


MargaritasAgainst the backdrop of a sun-soaked village in Central Mexico, surrounded by the texture of centuries-old heritage, the Margaritas restaurant concept has been carefully crafted and thoughtfully prepared for import to the United States. Margaritas has become an experience warmly embraced by people looking for a place to visit as well as a place to enjoy delicious Mexican food.


Every visit to Margaritas is an individual journey, constantly evolving, always surprising and open for interpretation and discovery. Much like the subtle nuances that differentiate each hand-painted ceramic sculpture in our restaurants, no two Margaritas are identical and no two experiences are exactly the same. But every visit is undeniably Margaritas. Festive and fun!


The Black Sheep Deli
Amherst, MA


The Black Sheep DeliEstablished in 1986, The Black Sheep has been serving The Pioneer Valley area with an uncompromised commitment to quality food. We are a delicatessen, all-butter scratch bakery, café, and gourmet food purveyor.


Our deli offers a wide variety of overstuffed sandwiches made from Boars Head and imported meats, fresh vegetables, and our own freshly baked breads. We also carry iced teas, natural sodas and juices to accompany your meals.


We make plenty of side dishes daily with all natural and fresh ingredients. Our deli case holds an array of vegetable, pasta, rice, and poultry salads. We have hearty stews to warm up with in the winter and crisp, refreshing soups to cool off with on the hotter days. Our chefs make a variety of specialty entrée items daily, from deep dish quiche to shepherd's pie to mac & cheese.


Our bakers are in every night making from scratch a delicious spread of croissants, danish, muffins, scones, rolls, and breads. Everything from our bakery is made with all natural ingredients and real butter.


Camilles Restaurant
Providence, RI


Camille’s RestaurantCamilles has been a Rhode Island dining landmark since 1914. Originally located at 174 Atwells Ave., the restaurant was moved in 1919 to an old mansion at 71 Bradford Street, its’ present location. The original edifice is now considered our lounge area, while the offices on the second floor were once bedrooms. The back door to the mansion is now the entrance into our kitchen. Our dining room and kitchen area were all part of an expansion project in 1926 to convert the mansion into a business. A business Rhode Islanders fell in love with.


Throughout the years, Camille’s has always been the place to be…and to be seen! Our dining room has played center stage to lawyers, politicians, celebrities, doctors and business executives. It has always been a wonderful gathering place for working men and women and their families.


Stunning renovations have transformed our legendary restaurant and renewed our culinary spirit. Camille’s is once again the talk to the Rhode Island restaurant scene.



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