This New Hampshire Sugar House Will Serve You The Best Breakfast Ever
If you live in New Hampshire, you love maple syrup. It’s just a fact. So of course, the opportunity to have breakfast at a genuine maple barn is something any New Hampshirite would jump at the chance to do! Located in quaint Mason, New Hampshire, Parker’s Maple Barn is a real, working maple barn that serves some of the very best breakfast in the state! If you haven’t been, definitely put Parker’s Maple Barn in New Hampshire on your breakfast bucket list.
Have you been to this hidden gem in New Hampshire? Do you agree that maple syrup is its own food group? Share your experience at Parker’s Maple Barn in the comments below!
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Parker's Maple Barn in New Hampshire
What are some unique restaurants in New Hampshire?
Who wants to visit a chain restaurant, when you can visit a totally one-of-a-kind spot? New Hampshire is full of unique restaurants that you'll be sure to enjoy. The Little Red Schoolhouse in Campton is an actual old-fashioned schoolhouse, but from inside, it feels like a treehouse, making for a totally memorable dining experience you won't soon forget! And Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough has some of the most magnificent views you've ever encountered -- plus you can dine either in a converted carriage house stall or on a gorgeous patio.
Where can I get a great breakfast in New Hampshire?
Are you hungry? Because New Hampshire is full of next-level breakfast spots. The eggs at Margi's Dream in Manchester are a revelation, and the breakfast platters at The Stage Restaurant and Cafe in Keeneand mean business. If you prefer sweet to savory, Colby's in Portsmouth has plate-size pancakes, dusted with powdered sugar and topped with maple syrup, the will have you in a total, happy food coma.
Are there many sugar houses in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire wouldn't be New Hampshire without sugar houses, and Stuart and John's Sugarhouse is one of the best. Stuart and John's Sugarhouse dates back to 1974, when two childhood friends saved up and purchased an evaporator (isn't this so classic New Hampshire?!) The rest, as they say, is history. Since then the sugaring operation has grown to an amazing restaurant as well as a retail maple operation, and online shop, where you can purchase fresh maple syrup any time of year. During sugaring season, the real treat is to watch the maple syrup-making process -- and if you're lucky, you may get to sample some fresh sap straight from the boiler. It's truly a delightful experience.