Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Fody’s Tavern Is Recommended In Derry

In March of this year, Fody’s Tavern opened a second location in Derry.  Now that all the initial craziness has died down, NH Reviews decided to stop over during the past weekend to find out how they are doing with the new restaurant. 

The property was purchased in 2018 and required a major renovation to turn the space into a fully functioning tavern. The first floor is the main dining area with a small bar while upstairs there is another bar and a deck for outside dining.  The atmosphere is what you might expect, rich wood finishes with dark overtones and many tables and a few booths.

To begin, our waitress brought out pieces of cut cornbread and to their credit, they were not dried out.  Slathering them with butter only added to the enjoyment.

Jumping into the menu, it is small and includes appetizers, main entrees, soups, salads, and pizza.  We started with crab cakes, there were two that had mostly crab and very little filler.  

Served with tartar sauce these were well made.  

Next, the half roasted chicken was nicely browned on the outside with a juicy interior and a slight flavor of rosemary.  This was accompanied by sautéed summer squash and zucchini that was tender and not mushy along with mashed potatoes.   

In conclusion, everything was good and all at reasonable prices.  We recommend that you visit Fody’s Tavern in Derry at 187 Rockingham Road (603)577-9015 or in Nashua at 9 Clinton Street (603)404-6946.