148 N Main St #4917, Concord
Alex took GREAT care of us and made a couple of wonderful cocktails for us from the menu. sliders had a good flavor and the chicken wings were very tasty! Would definitely go again when back in the area
Kitchen a little slow but dining room and bar people are very good
Amazing experience. Drove by a few weeks ago and decided to pop in tonight. Had the delicious cheese and meat plate (pictures below). . . Had two delicious blood orange whiskey sours - these were a special.. . Ordered the mussels, roasted cauliflower, spicy tuna and pork belly bao.. . Highly recommend all of these! . . Finished it off with a special dessert. Baileys espresso creme brûlée. . . Also super reasonably priced!
Our waitress was great, and the drink menu looked fantastic. However, we ordered 2 appetizers and an entree. The first appetizer (pork bao) ended up being made by the waitress because it had been 50 minutes since we ordered and still wasn't ready. After another 25 minutes with no second appetizer we decided to cancel the rest and leave. The frustrating part of this being that the place was not even remotely busy. The pork bao that we ordered was not bad but certainly wasn't worth the $10 price tag. Be prepared to wait, unless you just want drinks.
While the service was amazing, the wait time for the food was absolutely abysmal. Unfortunately I cannot comment on the food, since it took about an hour to even get an appetizer and we decided to leave before our entree’s.
We just had a very nice lunch with our first visit to Whiskey and Wine. We were the only ones there, but it seems like they are new to doing lunch. Service was super nice. We love tapas style eating, so loved the menu. Did the meatballs with white wine and mushroom sauce, yum! Chicken bao, roasted cauliflower! Very good! Thanks!!!
We stopped here on our way up to the mountains. We had their lunch special, choose a lunch size ramen and choose a bao sandwich for just $12. Very cool atmosphere and both the waitress and the chef were super nice. We will definitely be back soon! Worth the 45 minute drive for us.
The only reason I would say this deserves one star instead of zero would be that the waitress was nice and my margarita was good.. But, the food was TERRIBLE. I ordered potatoes and steak and cheese egg rolls for the kids. The potatoes were hard and tasteless. The rolls were burnt and I couldn't see any cheese. I ordered the cheese board and it was "chefs choice". This apparently means that they give you 2 small cuts of brie, four pieces of cheddar and four pieces of pepper jack garnished with a sliced strawberry for 12 BUCKS! These items plus 2 orange juices came out to 50 something dollars. I was highly disappointed.
The food was TERRIBLE for the insane prices!
I’ve been to this restaurant during the busy times when it first opened, when the food was good and reasonably priced, when the restaurant was busy. The clientele has dropped off, I can only assume from a decline in food quality and a marked increase in price. Gave the restaurant my final try today, and paid $100 for two sub-par meals and a server who spent most of her time hiding out back, to the point that the only other people to have interest in eating here waited so long for someone to come in and seat them that they left. I’m very much looking forward to this place going out of business and a better restaurant taking its place. I will not go back under current management. That is a shame for a city that is known primarily for chain restaurants. Don’t waste your time.
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They do have a great selection of whiskey and wine as the sign says. Got to try a whiskey I've never had before. The appetizers we're so good. Only issue was the meal. I had one of the Ramen dishes and liked it needed a little more taste. I went with 5 other people who were a bit disappointed. This place has the potential to be good. Needs a little more something.
The ramen was great. Loved the roasted cauliflower. Our waitress was attentive. The gal bartending need to turn down the volume. Her voice was too loud.
Great cozy place, awesome foods. Try the bao tacos!
My husband and I had dinner here last night. The music and ambiance was great allowing friendly servers. I ordered salmon, rice with spinach, leeks and onions. It also came with honey roasted carrots...yummy. My husband had the stuffed chicken. Both meals were delicious however the portion sizes were disappointing. A bit on the small size. We both left looking around town at places we could go to later because we were going to be hungry soon. I'm not a drinker so I can't comment on the alcohol list. My husband had a mule which he said was good. I can tell you several patrons came into the restaurant while we were there. It was nice to see how the servers greeted them like they were family. There was a genuine interest in knowing that all was well with them and they were all happy to see each other again. You can also eat outdoors if you'd like. Overall, the food is good. There's a small selection of dinners options. I'd definitely visit again.
After finishing a tour at the state house, we were debating where to go for lunch. We saw the sign for Whiskey and Wine and were intrigued. Turns out they're now open for lunch! We enjoyed three starters, a cocktail, a bourbon flight, and a dessert. It was a bit pricey but really delicious! We ordered the chicken dumplings, patatas bravas, and the arancini. Everything was so yummy no crumbs were left behind. They also have a rotating dessert menu which all of the options sounded great. We decided on the baileys chocolate mousse - holy moly we could not get enough. It came with a strawberry on top which was the perfect addition. Unfortunately we are from Michigan and won't be able to enjoy their food again soon, but we will 100% return the next time we're in Concord!
This place was understaffed and completely disgusting. What I ask for a pizza they brought me cheesy bread. I would recommend no one to go here.
Good food and yummy cocktails. We were promptly greeted and provided water immediately. My friend and I started with a cocktail. We chose the mussel appetizer which had nicely toasted bread for dipping and the mussels and broth were flavorful. Our entree choices were the pork belly ramen dish & the steak. The steak was cooked perfectly and the ramen dish had a nice variety of flavors. Our server, Rachel, was helpful and knowledgeable of the menu items, she was attentive that our dinner flowed as it should.
Went here for the first time last night and I'll start by saying the drinks are phenomenal and the food was delicious. That being said we spent $131.00 before leaving a tip and I left still hungry. Outrageously expensive for the tiny tiny portions they give. The small plates concept is cool but I can spend the same amount of money at the Copper Door in Bedford and leave there completely stuffed. I may return for drinks but most likely won't be ordering food here again.
We stopped on a Thursday evening for dinner. This is a nice cozy restaurant that is located across from the State House on Main street. Parking is on the street. The menu comes on one piece of paper that is laminated. There is a good variety but is you remove the appetizers and salads there would not be much left. My salmon special was excellent in flavor and texture but the serving size verses price was out of wack. All of the food was vey good to excellent. Service was excellent. We had one speciality drink (for $12.00 the size was small) and one beer. The bill for 4 was over $112 without tip.
Really nice vibe. great drink list and very interesting food choices. But it would be nice if there were more options with large portions. Your best off ordering two things off the menu.
Okay how's this for review. Patrick's Pub makes me want to not let people know about it so I can keep it all to myself but it's to late for that because everyone already knows its awesome. Gret food, great people. It's our summer go to place ...
I would say go for the small plates and cocktails! They were both amazing
What an amazing night! Ashley, our waitress, and Sean, our bartender, were spot on perfect. The food was delicious, and the pacing of delivery meant we enjoyed every minute. Please visit soon. You won’t be disappointed.
Great place to eat and have drinks with friends. Also great for date night or family night out.
Great people, food, and drinks. The ramen is to die for. 100% would suggest giving them a try.
I went here last night with a friend for the first time. We were seated immediately upon arrival and our waitress was very friendly and attentive. Our whiskey sours were excellent especially the strawberry rhubarb sour. The food was excellent and I especially enjoyed my entree, the scallops were cooked perfectly and the black pepper risotto was just as good. The only hiccup in our meal was an appetizer that had to be returned but even that was handled professionally and was taken off our bill without us even asking. I will definitely be eating here again.
I actually would give this 3.5 but that isn't an option. We liked the atmosphere and the waitress was very nice and did a great job. The calamari and duck dumplings were very good. I think they fell short on the two specialty drinks we ordered. They were good but two sips and they were gone, too much ice. The spinach salads we got were ok, barely any dressing and I think if we added up the strawberry slices, they may total one strawberry. It's these shortcuts that would keep me from returning. We felt the prices were ok, perhaps a bit steep for what we got.
I really want to like Whiskey and Wine but tonight was our 2nd visit and I’m having a hard time justifying a return. The food was not hot when served. Flavor was really nice and creative but we were brought two items we didn’t order. We did eat them both so that’s not the point. Food is so over priced. One drink was soda water and cranberry juice for $3. When we ordered another we were charged $3 again. Service was friendly and decor lovely.
Tapas are unique and great to share. Bar is small but cozy. The bartender Shawn is always guaranteed to make a perfect cocktail.
We have been to whiskey and wine twice now and have eaten a meal once. The first time the food was great, but the service was awful, we felt very rushed to leave as it was getting close to their early closing time of 10:00 pm on a Saturday night. We were told the bartender was closing up at a certain point and we had to decide to have another drink now or we were all done for the night and three of the cocktails were not even available as they have limited amounts of each. Last night we decided to bring two groups of friends with us to give whiskey and wine a second shot at an enjoyable experience. We called and made reservations at 8:00 pm and upon us arriving at 8:00 pm we were never greeted and there was another couple waiting already so, we asked them if they have been greeted and they said yes but at 7:30 when they had their reservations for. At 8:10 pm we decided to ask the bar tender if we could check in some where as we have not been greeted yet and he very rudely stated to remain waiting and someone will show up. We then abruptly left. We will not be giving this restaurant a third chance, without their service being proven.
Things have changed drastically and what I once gave 5 star is no more. So disappointing
The food and drinks are tasty, but some of the slider portions are on the marginal side regarding size. The poached pear salad was very good, but again the portion size was small for the price.
The drinks are great and the food is unique and creative. Plan to spend a good bit of time here as all cocktails are made to order. It is always worth the wait so you won't be sorry! The staff is a lot of fun and very knowledgeable about the spirits they carry. There is more than wine and whiskey on the menu too. You can get a martini or beer if that is more your speed.
Good food good drinks, the price fits how classy of a place it is. The ramen broth is thick and quite good. They could take a note from noodles in pearls around the corner to find better noodles though. And pork belly, gotta Love a good cut of that.
Very nice place. Great food and drinks. Recommend reservation. Little pricey.
Great ramen. AMAZING bao buns. Stellar wine list. Will continue to come back when in town.
No one in the area is making this kind of food. Street 360 in Po-town maybe. LOVED the steam breaded Bao. Loved everything. Ambiance great. Service great. Whisky offerings. They have good and very good. Bourbon wise maybe add a reserve Elijah Craig. In the Irish whisky maybe add Middleton’s or one of the Redbreast offerings. Scots whisky perhaps the Macallan 18. It’s a substantial jump in price from the 12 but a world away in quality of product.Other than those suggestions, well thought out selections. Concord will never be and I hope never becomes a “Pappy van Winkle” kind of town😉Parking may prove to be problem as well as the curse of downtown small businesses in Concord. All I do know is that we will be back. I hope this place gets the support that it needs and so far, deserves. Well done.
My husband and I often go out in Manchester after work there, but we live closer to Concord and decided to try this new spot. Just our pace with very interesting drinks, although we stuck to wine and cider. Very interesting and yummy small plates, good variety, ability to do vegetarian options is always appreciated. We sat at the bar and the bartender was knowledgeable and helpful. Concord needs a place like this and I hope it gets patronized as nicely as do similar Manchester places.
Great spot in downtown Concord. Food was tasty, service was great (and they were jammin while we were there). We’ll definitely be back!
We love this place. The food is creative, well-prepared, and comes as small plates, bowls, and full entrees. A few weeks ago we decided to hang out at the bar. The excellent manager, Jeremy, had us try a wonderful Portuguese white wine that we absolutely loved. He has a broad knowledge of wine and the wine list reflects his adventurous tastes. Their Fried Chicken Bao Tacos are wonderful. Ramen bowls are delish. My wife loves the steak and vegetable stir fry. Vegetable fried rice...chicken dumplings...all yummy. Tonight my wife had a great special of red fish. Prices are very reasonable. The space is small and when they're busy, service takes more time. Another reviewer complained about this, but those comments don't fit our experience. These guys try REALLY hard to make everyone's visit enjoyable. Service is generally very personal and attentive.
148 N Main St #4917, Concord, NH 03301