Buck Rub Pub is more than good food and pizza - we have a full menu, complete with nightly specials, fresh seafood, steaks, appetizers, and desserts. Buck Rub Pub is the primary destination for hungry visitors and residents of the Connecticut Lakes Region, Great North Woods and the Northeast Kingdom. Buck Rub Pub offers a variety of food from appetizers to a full course dinner. Our New England Clam Chowder and Steak Tips are famous here in the North Country. The Buck Rub's menu is known for value for miles around. Our "regular" visitors come from Quebec, Vermont, Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and all over New Hampshire.
Buck Rub Pub Menu favorites include: Nachos Supreme, Hand-Hand-Cut Pub Fries, Tips & Skins, Smothered Steak Tips, Pizza, Burgers, Fried Fresh Seafood, Buffalo Wings, Authentic Poutine and more.
The jukebox can download your favorite songs from country, rock, oldies; and the atmosphere is always family-friendly. The Buck Rub Pub menu always offers something for everyone - from crispy fried chicken to sensational food-steak tips, subs, sandwiches, and homemade soups. Pizza at Buck Rub Pub - made fresh.
Buck Rub Pub is known for great pizza and exceptional nightly dinner specials. Eat-in or take-out. Call us in advance at 603-538-6935 and we'll have it ready when you arrive.
We offer family-friendly dining 7 days a week. Be sure to ask your server about our daily delicious specials.
Offering a full assortment of all popular liquors, wines, and beer. Our regular specialty drinks are Buck Rub Punch, Lake Francis Lemonade, Perry Pond Punch, Polaris Punch & flavored Margaritas. We also feature daily or weekly special drinks. Beer on tap: Buck Tuck Brown Ale, Sam Adams seasonal, Moose Juice IPA, 603 Scenic, Shipyard, Tuckerman's Pale Ale, Dooryard IPA (locally made Coos Brewing co), Bud, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra.
The atmosphere at the buck rub pub is a comfortable meeting place for everyone riding the trails or playing in the vast wilderness. Whether it be in the woods, on the lakes, in the snow, or on the ice. In winter or summer, folks come in to tell and share stories for their adventurous experiences while they are here. Many meet old friends and others start new acquaintances with those who share their common interests. Sports fans come to enjoy the games with others while having an ice-cold beer or the latest dish or appetizer. .