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tennisboy Jul 9, 2013 03:02 PM

We're driving from Boston to Woodstock on SATURDAY. Any great breakfast/brunch spots to hit out of town on our way? Thanks

  1. trufflehound Jul 9, 2013 03:27 PM

    NH or VT?

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      tennisboy Jul 9, 2013 03:32 PM

      either but we'll be hungry earlier so likely NH

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        bm_vt Jul 9, 2013 06:21 PM

        I think trufflehound means are you going to Woodstock NH or Woodstock VT? Don't want to suggest something off 93 north of Concord if you are headed up 89 to Vermont!

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        Clams047 Jul 11, 2013 05:42 PM

        NY, VA or GA?

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        tennisboy Jul 9, 2013 05:59 PM

        After doing some research, I like Robie's in Hooksett for our needs. Other ideas?

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          dfrostnh Jul 10, 2013 04:58 AM

          The Foothills in Warner NH is popular, Easy off I89 drive downtown. After breakfast continue north and get back on I89. The Schoolhouse Café in Davisville/Warner is also open for breakfast.

          But I would be tempted to go to the annual pie breakfast 7/13 in Wilmot NH - a few miles off I89.

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            tennisboy Jul 10, 2013 01:00 PM

            Sorry. We're going to Woodstock VT!

            Will check out The Foothills. But the annual pie breakfast sounds fun too, what more can you tell me about it?

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              dfrostnh Jul 11, 2013 02:25 PM

              Sorry, I shouldn't have mentioned the pie breakfast because I've never been. My husband and I like church suppers and breakfasts. The newspaper said the pies range from sweet to savory so maybe they have quiche too. I had a terrific strawberry rhubarb pie at the Andover NH 4th of July but getting good homemade pie is getting risky. A lot of younger cooks are using graham cracker crusts and pudding filling with cool whip.

              Foothills is very popular. There may be a wait.

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                Morganna Jul 12, 2013 05:49 AM

                It's never wrong to mention pie breakfasts! ;)

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