What a delicious meal! We all had fillet with a honey barbecue sauce and mushroom risotto. It was fantastic! The decor is very nice with floor to ceiling windows and great lighting. I highly recommend this restaurant!
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We stayed in a B&B in Whitefield that was outstanding. We had opportunities to dine out the two nights there and Bailiwicks was suggested. It's a short drive from Whitefield to Littleton. Parking is available behind the building the restaurant is located in. Bailiwicks has a very pleasant appearance and we thought we had made a nice choice but nothing... More
Our Franconia innkeeper suggested this as a favorite of his and at first we saw why. Great martinis, cool atmosphere. Our app was served promptly and was quite tasty. We then waited about an hour for our entrees. After seeing diners who arrived after us being served and after asking two different staff about our meals, they arrived. My $20... More
We recently went up to Littleton for a vacation away. Bailiwicks was just what we were looking for. The food was amazing, the staff was very attentive and friendly. Johanna makes the best Mai Tais on the planet. Will definitely be back!!
Littleton is a great place to stay while traveling New Hampshire. The interior and location of Bailiwicks is really nice- minus the chairs- they need to replace the CHAIRS- I sank into my chair- and I am not a large person- Service- friendly- but check on drinks first and foremost- even if it is just ice water-- many who dine... More
Good morning Reviewer! Thank you for taking the time to let us know what we can improve upon. We are creating our winter menu, and we are talking about portion sizes, and adjusting them. I wholeheartedly agree with you about staying on top of beverages. That piece of service is crucial, and we do stress that to our staff, we... More
We ate at Bailiwick's a few years ago when it was in the basement of the Thayer Inn on Main St and it was great. Unfortunately the restaurant has gone down hill in its new expensive digs across the street. I had the rib eye on mushroom risotto which came out cold. I sent it back and waited over 10... More
The place/atmosphere is pretty good, and they have a decent drink menu, but i just can't get there with everything else. It's definitely not a place that locals go, and usually for good reason.the vibe never feels good, and the place just doesn't fit the area. It's been a long time since i was there and likely will be a... More
On our journey from Montreal, we found a Gem in the White Mountains. A group of 4 of us went to Bailiwicks on Main. What Terrific Food!!! Two of us ordered steak, it was cooked to perfection. The Ahi Tuna was just as amazing. We have traveled all over the world and this is one of the best restaurants we... More
We had a scrumptious seafood dinner at this restaurant. You can eat in the bar (faces the main street / has windows) on high top tables or normal tables. Or you can eat in the dining room which is a bit fancier and didn't seem to have as warm of atmosphere as the bar area. The bar offers a bar... More
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Does this sound like the person rosalind p went and reviewed the "old" location and NOT the new location across the street from Thayer's? If so, I will reply to reviewer.