Beer, Wine & Spirits in Gardner


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  • Martha's Exchange Restaurant
    Grab a seat at Martha's Exchange Restaurant if you're hungry for an easy American meal — sandwiches and salads are popular options at this low-key establishment. Both low-fat and gluten-free menu items are offered at Martha's Exchange Restaurant. Unwind with a glass of wine or cocktail with your meal — Martha's Exchange Restaurant has a wonderful selection of drinks to accompany your dinner. Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to Martha's Exchange Restaurant — they'll love the menu and scene here as much as mom and dad. Round up your coworkers and head to Martha's Exchange Restaurant for happy hour. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Martha's Exchange Restaurant diners who prefer their meals al fresco. Martha's Exchange Restaurant is a great location to host a group dinner. DJ fans will appreciate Martha's Exchange Restaurant's frequent live mixes. Be sure to call for a reservation if the restaurant is part of your weekend plans — it can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays. Folks tend to dress down at Martha's Exchange Restaurant, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. Catering from Martha's Exchange Restaurant will take your party to the next level. Or, take your food to go. For quick and easy parking near Martha's Exchange Restaurant, park on the street. Martha's Exchange Restaurant offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. Meals at Martha's Exchange Restaurant are incredibly tasty and reasonably priced around $30. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it's the dinner menu that really draws the crowds.
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    185 Main St
    Nashua, NH US
  • LaBelle Winery
    Amy LaBelle has come a long way since she made her first batch of blueberry wine in her Boston apartment. She's taken classes in the Wine and Viticulture program at UC Davis in California and added cranberry, apple, peach, and 23 other varieties of other fruit and grape wine to her repertoire. Her first bottles were so popular that they sold out at local shops and farmers' markets. This was also when Amy began collecting her numerous awards. But her biggest achievement was opening her eponymous winery in a new state-of-the-art facility in late 2012. Today, Amy and her husband Cesar Arboleda continue to run the winemaking process. Besides production equipment, their facility houses a sleek tasting room where guests can sample wines such as the bold Red Alchemy, the maple-finished Granite State Apple, and the signature Dry Apple. The bottles pair perfectly with dishes at Bistro at LaBelle Winery, which serves French-style cuisine in a warm, family-friendly setting. And visitors who find themselves inspired by Amy's can-do spirit can purchase items from The Winemaker's Kitchen, a line of culinary products that includes wine-infused jellies and wine-infused cooking wines such as the Jalapeno Cooking Wine and Sweet Onion Cooking Wine.
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    345 Highway 101
    Amherst, NH US
  • Milly's Tavern
    After the Stark Mill brewery closed, many feared Manchester would fall victim to the unchecked infiltration of commercial and contract beers. Determined to save New Hampshire's Queen City from such a foamy fate, master brewer Peter Telge gathered his wits, a group of supporters, and 20 years of brewing experience to reopen the historic Millyard District brewery under the name Milly's Tavern. Now operating as a brewpub, Milly's is home to a passionate staff that serves up juicy burgers, baby-back ribs, and beer-battered fish 'n' chips alongside microbrews crafted in the onsite brewery. Milly's microbrews are pure works of art, even earning the 2009 Readers' Poll award for Best Local Microbrew from New Hampshire Magazine (not to be outdone, their chili won as well). The all-natural brewing process begins with imported malted barley, sometimes up to 1,300 pounds of it, depending on the beer. After stirring the barley by hand and singing it to sleep with a lullaby, brewers blend it with hops from Washington’s Yakima Valley and Europe’s agricultural hotspots. An Old World–style fire heats the brewing system, caramelizing the sugar to imbue batches with unique and subtle flavors. Milly's always keeps at least 12 beers on tap, ranging from cream ales and IPAs to stouts, porters, and seasonal brews. Milly's is not just a place to relax and enjoy a leisurely pint. At night, the eatery transforms into a nightclub and lounge, treating guests to DJ tunes, live entertainment, and local musical acts. When not setting the scene for evening revelry, the space can be used to host affairs for up to 100 people, with special catering options available.:
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    500 North Commercial Street
    Manchester, NH US
  • West Bridge
    Cambridge Brewing Company experiments with hops and barrel-aging processes to create house beers on-site. You don’t have to look hard to catch a glimpse of their brewing tanks and kettles—they’re as much a part of the décor as the exposed-brick walls and pine accents.
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    1 Kendall Sq
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Homebrew Emporium
    Across five locations in Massachusetts and New York, Homebrew Emporium's resident experts educate local brewers in the ancient ways of beer. Inside each store, visitors will find an array of equipment, ingredients, and accessories ranging from complete home-brewing kits to hop pellets in a variety of styles. Classes teach greenhorns the ropes on how to perfect a home-brewed beer, prepare bottles and kegs, and throw an epic party to drink it all.
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    45 Sterling St
    West Boylston, MA US
  • Ritual
    A warm orange and red light illuminates Ritual, tinting its brick-accented walls and exotic statues an inviting ruby. Flickering candles and the glow of flat-screen televisions add to the romantic, yet contemporary atmosphere, where the trendy decor is rivaled only by an eye-catching menu of American-fusion cuisine. Globetrotting meals commence with small plates of chocolate-dipped applewood bacon or waygu beef, which diners sear over a hot rock or the grill they keep in their wallets. Chicken marsala and bacon-wrapped filet mignon represent a portion of the more traditional entrees, but dishes stretch as far as the bounds of the chef's imagination, including an award-winning seared duck breast double-coated with crushed cocoa beans and a hazelnut-chocolate demi-glace.
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    281 Main St.
    Worcester, MA US

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