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I'm going to be in the area in April and I'm looking for some good recs for breakfast, lunch and an early dinner. Oh and coffee too!! I have a rather large list of food allergies but any recs will do and then I can research! Thank you!!

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  1. Hmmm, without knowing allergy specifics I'll just tell you places I like that have good customer service and should be accomadating....

    Lou's in Hanover for breakfast and lunch
    Tip Top Cafe in White River for lunch and dinner
    Canoe Club in Hanover for lunch and dinner
    Yama in Hanover for lunch and dinner
    Dirt Cowboy in Hanover for coffee and quick breakfast

    Let me know if you need more help!

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    1. re: madisoneats

      Thank you for getting back to me! The list includes peanuts, tree nuts, sesame, mushrooms, strawberries, raspberries, cauliflower, mango, pineapple...that should be all...phew!

      1. re: eenie1

        Wow...while I don't know any species all of the places should accommodate
        Also, consider the Hanover Coop for their prepared to go foods. They're very allergy conscious as well.

    2. Madison's list is a good one. I will also add Molly's to the list - a casual pizza & pub food spot right in downtown. Yama is perhaps the best & most interesting restaurant in Hanover - however avoiding sesame & mushrooms at an Asian restaurant may be tricky. Another suggestion if you like Italian - Three Tomatoes in Lebanon NH. Very pleasant casual but hip & upscale trattoria, with lots of good options. It's about 10 minutes from Hanover. For something more upscale and American, it's hard to beat Simon Pierce in Quechee Vermont, which is about 20-25 minutes from Hanover.

      1. King Arthur Flour in Norwich has pasteries for breakfast, sandwiches, salads, and soups for lunch and offers an early dinner menu.

        I second Tip Top Cafe though I think they're closed either on Monday or Tuesday. Stella's in Lyme (north of Hanover) has very good food, as well.
        The Tucker Box in White River Junction is a great coffee shop and offer soups and sandwiches for lunch.

        1. Double thumbs up for all the suggestions from Madisoneats except Dirt Cowboy-- great location but their coffee is lacking-- Just down the street from Tip Top is Tuckerbox-- fantastic place serving VT Coffee Company.

          A few other suggestions is Allechante just across the bridge and Umpleby's Bakery right in the thick of it on South St.