Robie's Country Deli and Store
Come to Robie's Country Store and Deli and travel back into time while you stop for some good, homecooked food and old-fashioned service. This old country store is a Hooksett treasure, a place filled with locals talking town business, tourists admiring a piece of history, and people looking for a good place to meet for breakfast or lunch. Take a look at the history that lines the walls of this historial site. With the essence of small-town America, Robie's has long been a traditional stop for political hopefuls on the campaign trail looking to connect with small town voters. Memorabilia covers the walls of this timeless shop of the many politicians, presidential candidates and congressmen who have stopped by over the years. Come see the immaculate collection of antiques, pieces of history, Republican and Democratic flyers, pins and pictures, and campaign posters from as far back as Roosevelt and Truman.
Open seven days a week, Monday thru Friday 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Stop by to pick up a few grocery items, beer, or wine or stick around and have a bite to eat. Breakfast and lunch menus include specialty meats, fresh breads, and homemade items. Call ahead for take-out or for your catering needs.
Don't miss Robie's selection of unique gifts, maple products, soaps and lotions, pottery, wines, penny candy, and postcards made and produced in New Hampshire. Try some of Robie's famous Vermont Cabot extra sharp cheddar cheese wheel, old-fashioned sour pickles, homemade cookies, and their private label products. Now featuring Gifford's Famous Ice Cream year round.
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9 Riverside Street - Hooksett, NH 03106
"Robie's Country Store in Hooksett is the quintessential New England mercantile. The original store opened in the 1820s, providing its community with more than just food and other goods: it also served as the post office, meeting place, information center, and a "must-do" stop for local, state, and national candidates on the campaign trail. When George Robie purchased the shop in 1887, he began four generations of family operation that stretched across two buildings. The present clapboard structure, built in 1906 after a fire, is the third to occupy the location. When the last of the Robie family operators retired and closed the store in 1997, a group of local citizens formed a nonprofit corporation — Robie's Country Store Historic Preservation Corporation — to protect their local resource. Today, the mercantile is an official project of Save America's Treasures and is listed on the National and New Hampshire Registers of Historic Places."
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