OPEN HOURS

 

Tuesday thru Thursday - 11 am to 9 pm

Friday - 11 am to 10 pm

Saturday - Noon to 10 pm

Sunday - 10:30 am to 8:30 pm

Sunday Brunch served 10:30 to 2 PM

Closed Monday

ADDRESS

 

377 Route 202

Rindge NH  03461

603-899-3322

emmas321pubandkitchen@gmail.com

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Happy Hour

All Day Thursday

 

Everyday 3pm-6pm in the Pub

 

$2.00 off Select Appetizers!

 

House Fried Pickles

 

    Parmesan and Herb Crusted Zucchini 

          Served with Marinara sauce or Spicy Aioli     

 

         Daily Dip Creation

  

              $1.00 off all Signature Cocktails

     Draft Beer & House Wine

The vision of Emma's 321 Pub & Kitchen, a Rindge, New Hampshire restaurant,  located at the junction of Routes 119 & 202,  is to provide excellent food in a relaxed and comfortabler setting.  It is the perfect place for all events, be it a family get together, private dinner or just to hange out and watch a game.

The dining room and adjacent porch overlook the waterfall and pond providing a great location for dinner, especially during the Fall foliage season.  The bar and game room have 6 TV's and a pool table.  A great place for a get together with friends and family.

The owner, Tera Miller, has run restaurants for most of her adult life, both corporate and privately owned.  She is well known in the pub community of Seattle, having managed a number of popular locations and also spent many years working for Red Robin as both front and back of the house management.  Tera and her husband have long dreamed and planned of creating a destination restaurant and pub that replicates the enduring experiences they have had over the years.  Tera has created a menu based on her extensive experience providing food that she believes her customers will enjoy.  Friends and relatives look forward to get togethers at her house where the food is always plentiful and memorable.  The goal at Emma's is for the customers to feel the same way.You may notice a few pictures of a fairly large and old Golden Retriever, this is Emma who passed at age 15, and now has a restaurant named after her.  Emma was a frequent visitor at a couple of different pubs in Seattle where she would always greet everyone with a big "woof" and we miss her, as do her cohorts Tank and Wally whose current status means they only get burgers named after them.