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kunman Jul 21, 2008 09:48 AM

2 couples with kids who never get away are staying for 1 night in Hampton Beach to see Jeff Dunham at the Casino Ballroom. I would some suggestions for restaurants within walking distance of the ballroom. A nice causal somewhat upscale place woudl be perfect. Thanks

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  1. Harp00n Jul 21, 2008 12:11 PM

    As they say, I'm sure others will weigh-in but here's my personal favorite.
    I believe it will fit all your requirements;
    Ron's Landing - http://www.ronslanding.com/

    Harp00n

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      negrazer Jul 21, 2008 03:48 PM

      I would second Ron's

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        RandyL Jul 22, 2008 06:59 AM

        I third Ron's. Although it was better when Ron was in the kitchen, it is still very good and sounds exactly what you are looking for.

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      joedreski Jul 21, 2008 11:38 PM

      the ashworth by the sea is good. you can walk to all the stores, arcades, and restaurants as the boardwalk is approx 1/4 mile long. ate at ron;s landing last year. was great. their is also a clam shack called "Jack's". If you want to drive back inot seabrook, Browne's seafood is a fun place to go.

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        kunman Jul 22, 2008 09:10 AM

        Great, thank you everyone, looks like Ron's it is. How far of a walk is it form the ballroom? Any specific recommendations from the menu? Thanks

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          RandyL Jul 24, 2008 03:27 AM

          Might be about a 10-minute walk from Ron's to the Casino Ballroom. My recommendations are anything from the "Signatures" section of the menu (classics they have served over the years - although many of my faves were not retained). The specials are always great - and they serve an excellent martini.

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            Harp00n Jul 24, 2008 05:34 AM

            I can only echo RandyL's recs. I usually order off the specials or "Signatures" and being a martini drinker I can testify that theirs is done right. Two other things that I always order are theirs Maryland Crabcakes and Key Lime pie. Both are as authentic as you'll find in N.E. Being anal-retentive, I Mapquested the distance from the Casino to Ron's; it's 9/10ths of a mile. Also, if you'd like the panoramic view from the upstairs dining room you can request it but they will only try to accommodate with out guarantee. However, earlier hours reservations stand a better chance of that happening.

            All the best & enjoy,
            Harp

          2. Jeremy01506 Jul 22, 2008 04:29 PM

            If you're open to Chinese, I would hit up the Ocean Wok (http://www.oceanwok.com/) over by the bridge to Seabrook, about a 10 minute walk from the Casino.

            I would also recommend the La Bec Rouge, for more traditional American food (with a decent sized menu (http://www.lebecrouge.com/). This is about a five minute walk to the Casino and they have a really nice deck overlooking the beach, if you don't mind the smokers).

            Then again, if you're in Hampton Beach then why not eat on the Boardwalk??? There's a pizza/wrap/etc place past the McD's (near Blink's) that serves great pizza and wraps, along with other boardwalk items and is only a 3 minute walk from the Casino. The only downside is that there isn't any seating so you need to either find a beach bench or eat while walking.

            Good luck! Wish I was back on the strip!

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              adrian Aug 11, 2008 05:35 AM

              Rons?????

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