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The Finest “Inn” Monadnock Region Dining: New Hampshire Magazine Surveys the Scene

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Looking for the perfectly filled plate as you trek across the Monadnock Region? A trio of inns are elevating dining in places steeped in New England history where you can stop in for a bite or head down for a memorable meal as part of your stay. 

Local Emil Caron says of the Birchwood Inn in Temple, “It’s great food, great staff, everything’s always good,” says Emil Caron, who adds with a laugh, “but the portions are way too big!Read on, then come see (and taste) for yourself.

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