Great place at the base of attitash mountain. Great for friends to laugh and enjoy a good drink with good food. It's in a red barn and was also romantic. Worth the visit
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I arrived at Shovel Handle with a friend ready to order a few beers and wait on our take-out order (kids and family were at a rental cabin nearby waiting for dinner). The place looked cool and we could smell the food outside. What happened...More
This place was suggested by the inn we stayed at. We were so glad we listened. A great old barn converted into a great restaurant. This place had the best food and great entertainment. Had the pulled pork and it rocked.The Staff were super friendly...More
First time diners to the Shovel Handle at the end of the ski season. Food was ok but pricey. Kitchen must be a distance from the tri-level barn dining room because chowder arrived cold. Might be worth another visit during ski season next year.
Our second visit to the Shovel Handle and once again very pleased! We both had the Seafood sauté with lobster, scallop and shrimp. It's not a very filling meal but very tasty. You get 2 of each type..served with some rice and a spoonful of...More
Great live music, friendly bar staff, and great atmosphere. Definitely recommend visiting and is attached to Whitneys Inn, which is a great place to stay if skiing Black Mountain.
We stayed next door at Whitney's Inn on a night where there was a major snow storm so we went mainly for the convenience. I believe this is a popular place for music as well as eating but the band could not play that night...More
My family and I ate at The legendary Shovel Handle pub after a long day skiing. The atmosphere is rustic and comfy. The food was delicious, especially the steak tips. But what we really really loved was the live acoustic duo JD or something like...More
We tried this place based on reviews but it was horrible. It's always disappointing to go out for dinner and it not be good, but tonight's dinner was downright terrible. We ordered the spinach artichoke dip and chips which had a lot of grease in...More
Although we also like to visit The Shannon Door and Wildcat after skiing we generally find we enjoy the food and atmosphere most here.