Testimonials from Our Customers and Guests

  
We Never Forget That -
  Service is Our Business!


    
When the sun comes up, Phantom bolts out of bed for sticky sweet maple syrup, sizzling sausage, and a steaming cup of joe. Phantom reveals the BEST of the eight greatest breakfast spots we have visited.

    Editor`s Choice for
    Best in New England:
    Best Attraction 2011

GOURMET GREATNESS
Parker`s Maple Barn is a back woods treasure where you can see the maple syrup making before you sample the sweet stuff over a hearty breakfast ...



Parker`s Maple Barn Again Wins the Ledger-Transcript`s Annual Maple Syrup Contest and took the top prize Saturday over a group of do-it-yourselfers from Mountain Shadows School in Dublin.

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Reader`s Choice Award for Pancakes in 2011
and Best BREAKFAST in 2006


        

Have a read of what some of our satisfied customers have said about their Parker`s experience:

Please express my sincere appreciation for the great job done by all your staff last Friday evening during Shaun & Kirsten`s rehearsal dinner. From the time we walked in the door until we left it was a very positive expreience. Everyone was talking about the great atmosphere and a good time had by all.
Thanks again!
Kay & Cal Hickman

Dear Karen,
Wally & I would like to thank-you so much for the wonderful reception & delicious food. We had so many comments from family & friends about the food and great time they had.
Love Wally & Gretchen

We wanted some place very special to celebrate our 30th wedding aniversary. The folks at Parker`s did everything for us including a specially designed menu and flower arrangements. The atmosphere was perfect and everyone who came thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Lin & Kevin Molloy
Groton, MA

After our daughter`s recent graduation, we wanted to take about 80 friends and family back to a place where we could relax and enjoy each other`s company. We had people there from four different generations. Parker`s put a fabulous menu together and made all of us feel very welcome, even the kids.
Chris & Ginny Shorter
Hollis, NH

Where would be the first place you think of when you think baby back ribs? Kansas City? The Carolinas? Southern Georgia? Any one of the million TGI McFunster`s cookie cutter "restaurants"? (shudder) How about... New Hampshire. Now, my friends, I have had a lot of ribs in my time on this planet. Just ask my cardiologist`s accountant. I`ve sampled this porcine delicacy from San Diego California to Caribou Maine and most points in between, but none of those can even attempt to touch the ones at Parker`s Maple Barn in Mason, New Hampshire. Parker`s holds the gloppy, cloyingly sweet, tomato based sauces; skips the salty, overly spicy rubs, and follows the k.i.s.s. rule. Simplicity is the governing creed. They apply a super light maple glaze, a bit of smoke, a lot of time, and the result? Genuine, sticky, fatty, "fall off the bone", porky nirvana. Three ingredients: Local farm raised pork, real maple syrup from trees in their beautiful back woods, and care. That`s it. That`s not to say there isn`t other things worthy of your dining buck at Parkers. The usual breakfast fair is above average, and to say the portions are "ample" would be a gross understatement. (I especially like watching kids try to finish just one of the dinner plate sized, big as your head, pancakes) The service, especially when the place is hopping (and boy, it gets hopping) can only be described as friendly, and efficient mayhem. But Oddly enough for a place that specializes in breakfast, it is those ribs that call to me with its savory siren`s song. The ribs that point my truck north to Mason on a given lazy Sunday morning in the cold, muddy New England sugaring season. Those amazing ribs. One complaint I have though. It was not until my fourth visit to Parker`s Maple Barn that I discovered that these magnificent creations were even on the menu! They are tucked away on the second page with the Ham Hash, English muffins, and various other "sides". Heresy I say! An absolute travesty! Might I suggest that you move them to front page and center, where they belong. And might I suggest to anyone who reads these words to head to Mason immediately. There is real magic happening in those New Hampshire woods.
Timothy Hautala
Gardner, Massachusetts

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