J.P. Licks, a local group of ice cream cafes, introduced their new line of non-dairy ice cream. The new flavors are dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan and Kosher-certified- which pretty much covers any dietary restriction and allergy you could ever possibly have.
The Wildcat Tavern – Jackson, NH
If I could I would give this place ONE star. Horrible service and even worse food.
Arrived for dinner around 7:30. Bar was packed and dinning area was empty. We were seated in a small room at a table right next to the only other couple in the restaurant. I used to work as a hostess and I understand seating people in areas that are most convenient for the waiters… but when there are just two couples in a quite restaurant you can at least separate them by a table or two… or you might as well put them at the same table since you can easily hear each others conversations.
When I asked to move, the hostess rolled her eyes and told us where ever we want. When we sat down, all we could hear is the waitress complaining, “oh, so they chose that room- now I have to walk back and forth.” “ugh” .. wah wah wah.
Before I go on.. let me just remind you there was only one other table occupied at the restaurant… so in total two tables to attend to. It took the waitress 15 minutes by the time she got to us to take our order.
Was not pleased with my dumplings or soup. The mini juicy pork dumplings were too doughy and the pork filling didn’t seem fresh. They were not very flavorful- maybe I should have tried them fried? I asked the waitress which was the best spicy soup she suggested Beef noodle soup… not only was it NOT spicy it was very oily. After reading some of the other posts I made sure to order the scallion pancakes.. now those were good. I give this place two stars because I was not pleased with my meal- however I would come back here after doing more research and ordering dishes other yelppers suggested.