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Timoleon's Family Restaurant in Keene, New Hampshire
This tale of my first experience eating at Timoleon's Family Restaurant in Keene, New Hampshire, is a must read for anyone looking for a whimsical tale of food, fun, and outdated music references.
It was a cold winter's day, back in 2020. An associate and myself were strolling down Main Street in Keene in the afternoon and had a hankering for something to fill the void in our stomachs. We had tried all the usual places: the dining commons, the PMD house, and even tried concocting a meal of our own (which ended up being flour mixed with sriracha sauce... don't try it at home). While we were walking to the Center Square to protest the hippies, we saw this beautiful beacon of sunlight. What was it, you ask? That's right... Timoleon's Restaurant.
We noticed something different from the second we set foot in the restaurant. The patrons were having incredible conversations with the waitresses, the cooks seemed to be beaming with smiles while cooking this food of Gods. A little timid at first, we could not decide where to sit. The waitress, sensing our slight hesitation, invited us to sit wherever we would like, and to make ourselves at home. Seeing a perfect booth, we sat down and made ourselves comfortable. This was not a daunting task, as the bench-style booths were as cottony soft as a small baby wrapped in fresh linens.
While seated, we took our surroundings in a little more. There were hand-made paintings on the walls around us; all of them were made by local artists. Even the place-mats garnered some of our attention. Customers 65 and over receive a 10% discount at the local eye-wear establishment? I know where I'll be retiring when I'm older.
Like a sign from David Bowie himself, Let's Dance started playing over the radio. It was at this moment that my comrade and I realized that we had found that restaurant that everyone knows exists. A place where everybody knows your name. Timoleon's had become that place.
The kind waitress quickly came over to our table and asked us if we would like to partake in a beverage. My associate ordered himself a home-brewed ice tea, while I ordered a cold glass of chocolate milk. "Excellent choice, gentlemen," the waitress said to us. She then asked if we were ready to order. However, wanting to make this first experience the best that we could, we asked if we could have a few more minutes to decide what we were going to enjoy.
We all have those major decisions in our lives... where am I going to go to college? Am I going to wake up for my 9:00 class? Am I going to try to sneak out of that girl's room before she wakes up and asks me where I'm going? I'm here to say that none of those questions even compared to multitude of choices we were both faced with on this menu. The best part about these choices, though. You absolutely cannot go wrong.
The chinese pie? To die for. The meatloaf? Made by Zeus himself. Mac and cheese? Top shelf stuff. Even the chicken caesar salad was beyond comprehension. For our first times though, I decided on the reuben with a beautiful floret of curly fries, and my friend decided to get the Frank Zappa-approved egg salad.
The waitress gladly took our orders and made a funny joke about the weather in New Hampshire. "Don't like the weather? Wait five minutes!" You had to be there.
After a very short wait, our waitress opened the kitchen doors and a beam of sunlight seemed to come out... which in hindsight was probably the florescent light from the kitchen. The moment we have been waiting for... our food had arrived.
The second that I saw the reuben placed in front of me, I knew it was destiny. Corned beef stacked to the ceiling, beautiful slices of swiss cheese, imported straight out of Deutschland sauerkraut all on a beautiful homemade rye bread. I took one bite of the sandwich and immediately fell in love with the Taj Mahal of Keene, New Hampshire. Seriously, this should be one of the wonders of the world.
After finishing the best meal of our lives, we were saddened that our short time here would have to come to an end. We stuck around to talk to the patrons, waitresses, and waiters. They seemed genuinely pleased to have met us. The feeling was absolutely mutual. We paid for our food (which came out to be about nine dollars before tip) and wished everyone a great night. I may have been mistaken, but I could have sworn I saw a few tears shed by the workers. None of us wanted that magical meal to end. However, because duty called -- the hippies weren't going to heckle themselves -- we had to call it a night. We thanked our perfect hosts, and strode off into the falling sun... to fight for a noble cause.
I would absolutely recommend this restaurant to anyone within a 75 mile radius of this building. It's well worth the time it takes to get there. If you go there, try the food, and find yourself to disagree with me in any way, I will personally make sure to apologize to you in my head. You can take that to the bank.
Okay, but seriously. The food there was absolutely splendid, the service was great, and it is extremely affordable for the down and out college student. This is the first place I visit whenever I make it back to Keene.