The Three Chimneys Inn is a hotel that features fully furnished guestrooms in unique designs, and guests are provided with amenities such as free WI-FI access, along with private bathrooms. The guests at the Three Chimneys Inn are also served a full country breakfast every morning, and the property also has free on-site parking available as well.
The onsite restaurant at Three Chimneys Inn offers a variety of cuisines, which include American, International and Italian. It also has a bar, and guests can choose to dine in the garden or in the terrace. There are activities here that all guests can avail, which include fishing, skiing, massage, and cycling. The waiting staff here is friendly, and courteous to all guests.More
Open seven days a week, the Big Bean Café is dedicated to serving gourmet meals using the freshest ingredients available sourced from local purveyors and farmers. The breakfast and lunch menus offer a wide variety of dishes and the wait staff are fun, friendly and very attentive. Recognized by New Hampshire magazine, the Big Bean Café is good for families, small to large groups or just a casual meal out.
Start your day with a hearty breakfast and order one of the Big Bean Café's classic dishes. Try the breakfast burrito, huevos rancheros or the French toast. Or order one of the many breakfast sandwiches made with egg, cheese, meat, lox or vegetables. All sandwiches are served on toast, English muffins, bagels or croissants. For lunch, try the hummus wrap, quesadilla, the Big Bean club or the chicken ranch wrap. There is a special kid's menu available as well.More
Recently attended a tequila tasting and special dinner put on by Chef Shannon Bard. What a great value. Fabulous menu--lobster bisque, oysters and the best duck and venison I have ever had. On top of that we were treated to a tequila tasting (a blanco, reposada and an anejo) plus two tequila cocktails. At the end of the night, they gave us a goodie back with samples! Great evening. Chef even signed my cookbook. Mixteca is at the top of my list for restaurants in Durham. I hope to try their sister restaurant, Zapoteca, in Portland, Maine soon. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Bella's Casual Dining is a no-frills American restaurant that is all about great food and a comfortable atmosphere. Many upscale restaurants can be intimidating and pricey. Bella's set out to change that with a place that is family friendly without sacrificing the quality of great Italian cooking. Bella's also offerings a catering service which can bring it's particular brand of American cuisine to just about any occasion.
Bella's appetizer selections have a little bit of something for all tastes. Starters include quesadillas, nachos, bone-in wings, mozzarella sticks, cheese fries, onion rings, calamari and mussels in white wine and garlic sauce. Alternatively, Bella's also serves a signature New England clam chowder and French onion soup alongside a seasonal soup of the day. The entrée section is made up of mostly sandwiches, wraps and burgers like the pastrami and Swiss, grilled Rueben, grilled chicken teriyaki, fried haddock and meatball parmesan sub.More
Situated just northwest of Portsmouth, Durham is a mid-sized New England city that features a wealth of flavors to enjoy. If you wake up ravenous for a delicious meal, stop by a comfortable diner or renovated hotel from the 1600s that specializes in classic breakfast fare. You can also visit an eco-friendly diner that serves breakfast dishes made with eggs and ingredients grown by local farmers. After working up an appetite hiking or fishing near Great Bay, get some sandwiches and salads made with locally sourced ingredients at a diner that was once a train depot or grab a calzone, pizza or Italian wrap at the corner pizzeria. Standard American comfort foods, more traditional Italian fare, and Chinese and Japanese entrées abound as well. Don't forget to grab an ice cream, a smoothie or a whoopie pie for dessert.