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Applecrest Farm Orchards, Hampton Falls

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Reviews
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  • Visited Applecrest Farm Orchards "barn stand" with some friends and found it to be a wonderful collection of baked goods, local foods, and vegetables. There's also a restaurant which we didn't try (ye...  more »
  • Great place for families to visit for apple picking, peach picking and pumpkin field picking (seasonal). Entertainment periodically during the warmer months with a great Bistro for some great food  more »
  • Went today with our grandaughter, really nice place but you need a car payment. Apple picking for a peck was $25, in the store $7.95. you don't find out the price until your at the field and how do yo...  more »
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  • My son and I stopped by this month (May) and stocked up on some beautiful fruits and veggies! The asparagus had been picked just 3 hours earlier that day. We also picked up Fiddleheads (these are completely new to us -- we're originally from Arizona). They were delicious! The market is stunning....absolutely beautiful! The staff was friendly and helpful. The girl at the counter said that they're not certified organic, but do not use pesticides. I need to do a little more research on that. I would love to see this market / farm become zero waste. ;) No need to wrap veggies and fruits in plastic or store in plastic bags. Perhaps they could sell reusable produce bags and/or encourage customers to bring their own and shop bulk. There were a few things that I would have purchased, but I couldn't find them without plastic bags or wrap. Aside from that, I love this market and can't wait to come back for lunch at the Bistro!
  • I've been coming here for a few years, and the quality of all the festival food has really dropped. The clam chowder used to be amazing, and now it's pretty bad (at least the last few times I went). The apples have been very minimal in selection, and not as good. Perhaps due to a bad season the last year I went. The hamburgers are still delicious, but their roasted corn is hardly roasted since it's so popular. They try to keep up with the demand by just bare minimum cooking it. The cider donuts are always amazing, as is the orange juice and apple cider. This place has been making many changes, including a brand new red Barn that serves as their store now. Looks good, but I wish they kept up with the quality of their festival as well.
  • A decent location, although it's become less authentic in its agrarian atmosphere over time. Still, it's the quintessential New England in Autumn experience. Donuts are a plus
  • My husband and I work long days and this is our go to restaurant! The food is exceptional and healthy! The staff is sunny and bright and well informed about all meal items. I love the seasonal changes regarding farm to table. Chef and cooking staff take tremendous pride in their culinary creations! Dana is a well informed about the orchards and takes great care of her guests - as does all the team members! You will not be disappointed with the atmosphere and dinning! Love love love it! Oh and their apple pies a supper great!
  • Everything is good here, fresh and made locally. How can you go wrong with that?