Hart’s Turkey Farm
Every day is Thanksgiving Day at Hart’s Turkey Farm in Meredith, New Hampshire.
Open and bright with wood paneling and a prevalent turkey theme. Perfect for a large informal gathering or family get-together. Gift shop offers knick-knacks and prepared foods.
Like the Bubba Gump of turkey: turkey plates, turkey croquettes, turkey livers, turkey pie, turkey sandwiches, turkey burgers, even turkey soup. Full kids and seniors menu. Full bar.
In true Thanksgiving style, Phantom has to ride home with his pants unbuttoned and the seat in recline.
Fried mozzarella sticks weren’t bad, served with a tangy dipping sauce. Turkey nuggets with duck sauce were crispy, hot, and a great alternative to chicken fingers. Decent garden salad.
Food and Drink(8)
Turkey plate including stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and squash tasted truly home-cooked. The turkey was quite juicy, the gravy thin but rather tasty. Sensational stuffing. Sliced turkey sandwich featured ice-cold but fresh turkey breast. The French fries on the side were luke warm at best.
Fabulous homemade options, including a cinnamony apple pie a la mode and a sweet and savory strawberry shortcake.
Gracious hostess, and friendly service. But Phantom’s server was a bit flighty, she brought a couple of wrong dishes.
Bussers could clear tables faster and the bathroom floors needed some work, but otherwise the dining room is quite clean.
Right on Route 3 in Meredith, New Hampshire, close to Weirs Beach. A fun area to visit, lot of parking in well lit lot.
Appetizers range from $3-11; sandwiches run $5-9; turkey dinners are priced $9-15. Free soda refills. Phantom didn’t feel like a turkey when settling his bill.