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The Crystal Quail Restaurant is a world celebrated gourmet destination. An intimate dining experience in a historic setting. Located in the foothills of the White Mountains, in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire. Chef owned, The Crystal Quail specializes in upland gamebird cookery and fine cuisine.
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Located in historic Center Barnstead, New Hampshire - we are an old fashioned, family owned and operated trading post! General Store, Restaurant, Pizza, Subs, Dairy Bar, Gun Shop, Hunting Supplies, Metal Detectors.
Restaurant, Specialty Foods. Crystal Quail Restaurant Harold and Cynthia Huckabee 202 Pitman Road Center Barnstead, NH 03225 603-269-4151. Duane Family Farm Rick & Tammy Duane 122 Suncook Valley Road Barnstead, NH 03218 603-435-6867. Eider Down Farm Dennis & Joanie Verrill 449 White Oak Road
Located in historic Center Barnstead, New Hampshire - we are an old fashioned, family owned and operated trading post! Our Restaurant offers the area's best cooking, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an extensive menu of American & Italian cuisine.
5 reviews of Jj Goodwin's Eatery & Sports Bar "Epic pizza cool dive bar with pool tables and stuff. Bartenders are extremely friendly and helpful. Also decent bar selection on tap."
No. Offers Catering. No. Accepts Reservations. No. Alcohol. No. Outdoor Seating. No. Accepts Credit Cards. Yes. edit restaurant information. Does any of this information need to be updated or is this location closed? Please let us know. share this restaurant. Facebook Share Twitter Share Google Plus Share Linked In Share ...
There weren't that many people in the restaurant, so I don't know why it was slow for a salad and a sandwich. Little things like that made it feel disorganized and kind of awkward/uncomfortable. Ted Mitchell. · September 1, 2017. The new owners have made great improvements in the appearance and quality of food.