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Oct 13, 2010 02:33 PM

Norwich/White River Junction with kids

My wife is taking a class at King Arthur in Norwich during December and we'll be staying overnight (before heading up to Montpelier -I know it's close by and we stay with relatives there, but want to do 1 night in a hotel) I need to have dinner with my two toddlers. Looking for kid friendly,any cuisine, but something interesting. Close to either WRJ (hotel) or King Arthur

In VT, we've done American Flatbread, Alchemist, skinny pancake, sarduccis, etc. and had no problems. I wouldn't do Simon Pierce or Hen of the woods with them, but you get the general idea.

Thanks !

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  1. In Hanover:
    Yama, good Korean and Sushi. Very moderately priced with good lunch specials.

    Canoe Club, a bit more upscale American fare. They have a nice children's menu as well.

    Jewel of India, passable Indian food if you really crave Indian. Service is a bit indifferent.

    Lou's, a casual diner institution. I don't love this place-- but it is good with kids-- and they have nice breakfasts.

    A bit north of Hanover in Lyme is a place that my kids love, Stella's Kitchen. Nice Italian/pizza in a very warm atmosphere.

    A bit south in White River is the Tip Top Cafe-- inventive with lots of veg options.

    Canoe Club
    27 S Main St, Hanover, NH 03755

    Yama Restaurant
    96 Main St, West Lebanon, NH 03784

    Tip Top Cafe
    85 N Main St Ste 100, White River Junction, VT 05001

    Jewel of India
    27 Lebanon St Ste Frnt, Hanover, NH 03755

    Stella's Kitchen
    5 Main St, Lyme, NH 03768

    1. For Kid friendly I'd go with Ramunto's in Hanover, NH.

      Lui Lui in West Lebanon is also very kid friendly, has more menu options.

      Lui Lui
      Powerhouse Mall, West Lebanon, NH 03784

      2 Replies
      1. re: Peznt

        Thanks for both reply's It's greatly appreciated and all look like good suggestions. I had a feeling we would be eating in NH. I'll let you know inb early Dec. where we ended up.

        1. re: MrPhil

          We've stopped by here when I was taking a class at KA. It has been a few years, decent, nothing special, but might be a fit depending on which hotel you'll be staying at. Its in Quechee,Vt

      2. if you are around on monday night, try the canoe club for dinner. they have a great magician walking around the tables during dinner time. he is great and the kids and adults all love to see him perform at their table. food is also good