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Hart's Turkey Farm comes to Manchvegas!

whs Sep 1, 2008 04:09 PM

Located in the former Hooter's site at the Amoskeag traffic circle (in the newly rebranded Clarion hotel). Anybody tried it?

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    ghanson Sep 3, 2008 04:24 PM

    I have been to Hart's in Manchester twice. Ambiance aside, the menu is the same as in the original in Meredith. I did have the croquettes--not a good choice--too dry. My friend always orders the hot turkey sandwich and swears by it. The best part is the squash-excellent flavor, always consistent. However, if my friend hadn't been buying, my husband and I would never go there.

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      Whydon Sep 4, 2008 12:05 PM

      That's disappointing to hear. When whs posted the thread I looked over the menu and thought, some turkey would be really good soon. The reviews though have turned me off though.

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      rizzo0904 Sep 3, 2008 12:02 PM

      I had one of their turkey pies for the first time about 6 months ago. I was not impressed at all. I'd much rather get a chicken pie at Harrow's (Reading or Stoneham?? can't remember which).

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        gryphonskeeper Sep 2, 2008 06:02 AM

        My son went with some friends, thinking they would like it, because they were in the mood for "Thanksgiving food"

        They said it was a huge let down and very expensive for what you got.

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          greenstate Sep 2, 2008 01:53 PM

          I haven't tried the new one but based on knowledge of the one in Meredith, I wouldn't bother. It's dreadful.

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          lexpatti Sep 1, 2008 07:23 PM

          I don't like the one in Meredith so you won't catch me running to this one. Sorry, I'm not a big fan and they are pricey for blah!!!

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            whs Sep 2, 2008 05:32 AM

            When we first moved to NH, we ate at the Green Ridge Turkey Farm in Nashua--very depressing. At that time, dining options were the GRTF, the Hilltop across DW Hwy and the Modern downtown. It's a wonder we didn't pack up and move back to New York.

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              lexpatti Sep 2, 2008 11:03 AM

              Hubby grew up in Chelmsford, talks about Green Ridge too. We did the Hilltop in Saugus on Rt. 1 growing up. Might have been their first.

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