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Friendly Farm
Route 101
Dublin
NH
03444
Tel: 603 563 8444

Where are we going today?

Wander through five acres and enjoy some of the most agreeable animals you'll ever meet. Not only will you be able to see the animals up close you'll soon find yourself wanting to pat and hug them.
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When can we go?

Open Daily Late May Through Labor Day, Then Weekends Though Mid-September!

What people are saying?

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    We dined here as a family of three, and ordered 3 fried chicken dinners. The chicken was delicious and arrived in 4 large pieces, well seasoned, crispy, and piping hot where you could see the heat rising from it. The Waitress was efficient, attentive, friendly and our cups never really hit empty. We were pleased when she asked if we did "not" want certain sides. The Sides: The corn tastes fresh cut from the cob, but the green beans were canned. It's likely sides are seasonal. They should offer fresh squeezed (not pink fountain) lemonade. Lastly,...Read More

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    This was definitely a dinning hall rather than the small farm resteraunt that I had envisioned. Many of the food options were fried. The non fried food I ordered was good. The ham was excellent. Large slice of bone in ham. It was juicy. The sides were generous and tasty. I would have given this a higher rating if most of the menu including several sides were fried.

    Service was adequate and friendly. Dinning hall service.

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    The food quality definitely does not match the price. Spent over 50.00 for two people to have 1 crab cake that looked more like a side of hash browns and pork chops that tasted like they were sitting in a steaming pan all night, soggy and absolutely no taste. And who does not serve mashed potatoes and gravy with pork chops? They brought out dry, season-less fries, canned green beans with some ham bits thrown in and two serving spoons of corn. I guess since they are cut back in the middle of nowhere, they can charge whatever they want and serve...Read More

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    I went to Friendly farms for the first time this past Saturday. The restaurant is located along a nice scenic drive through rural Maryland, its has a great atmosphere to bring the family as there is land and a lake to feed the ducks. But let's talk about the reason you came here which is the food. I got the fried chicken. The chicken was dry and was not seasoned at all, the chicken skin (which is normally the best part of chicken) was dry and distastefully unseasoned. The fries had no seasoning and the rest of my food tasted like it came from a...Read More

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    My family and I have been eating at this restaurant for almost 15 years. Although we may have encountered a terrible waitress from time to time, we have never experienced a problem with the food. If you're a crab cake and fried shrimp lover as much as I am, you will not find a better place anywhere in the surrounding area or even in places that are miles and miles away. I would also like to mention that we've never had a problem with the fried chicken, as some reviewers stated that they have. It has always been amazingly delicious.

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by SoDarn Normal

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We dined here as a family of three, and ordered 3 fried chicken dinners. The chicken was delicious and arrived in 4 large pieces, well seasoned, crispy, and piping hot where you could see the heat rising from it. The Waitress was efficient, attentive, friendly and our cups never really hit empty. We were pleased when she asked if we did "not" want certain sides. The Sides: The corn tastes fresh cut from the cob, but the green beans were canned. It's likely sides are seasonal. They should offer fresh squeezed (not pink fountain) lemonade. Lastly, the dessert at the end should be a sample sized slice of the pies that they sell whole. We do plan to go again.

by Kristina M.

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The food quality definitely does not match the price. Spent over 50.00 for two people to have 1 crab cake that looked more like a side of hash browns and pork chops that tasted like they were sitting in a steaming pan all night, soggy and absolutely no taste. And who does not serve mashed potatoes and gravy with pork chops? They brought out dry, season-less fries, canned green beans with some ham bits thrown in and two serving spoons of corn. I guess since they are cut back in the middle of nowhere, they can charge whatever they want and serve whatever they want and call it good..would only taste good to someone just getting off of survivor island, and would of licked a toad for sustenance. NEVER AGAIN!! What a waste of money, had a jumbo lump crab cake dinner (enough for 2 people) that was absolutely delish, came with a side, salad and breadsticks at Fratelli’s – also ordered an app and two drinks and left a tip for the same price as the nasty crab cake hash and pork chops and dry fries meal here..YUCK!! Anybody remember Horn and Horn (Westminster all you can eat) from back in the day? - yeah they had better food and was a heck of a lot cheaper..but somehow people still come to this place..the niche must be being the only gig in the middle of the woods.

by brian johnson

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I went to Friendly farms for the first time this past Saturday. The restaurant is located along a nice scenic drive through rural Maryland, its has a great atmosphere to bring the family as there is land and a lake to feed the ducks. But let's talk about the reason you came here which is the food. I got the fried chicken. The chicken was dry and was not seasoned at all, the chicken skin (which is normally the best part of chicken) was dry and distastefully unseasoned. The fries had no seasoning and the rest of my food tasted like it came from a can. The beets tasted like they were soaked in vinegar for months. I wouldn't send somebody to this restaurant to even use the bathroom the food is so bad. The thing that gets you is that you pay before you get the food and go in to sit down and eat. This way you can't just leave when you taste the food as you have already paid for it. I can't speak for the crab cakes that have been getting raving reviews but the fried chicken, chicken tenders, and vegetables were all terrible and I would never recommend eating here. I actually couldn't wait to write this Google review to tell others about here.

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