Food and Drink

Wondering where to eat in New Hampshire? We can answer your burning dining question with a single word: Everywhere!

Allow us to let you in on a few little secrets: Food tastes better in the mountains. Food (especially seafood!) also tastes better near the ocean. And food tastes better when you've been out in the fresh air all day. Food definitely tastes better when it comes straight from the farm. And, when you pair it with a local wine or craft brew, food tastes ... sublime.

What does all of this mean? It means you’ll dine well in New Hampshire, even if you don't consider yourself a foodie, a wine connoisseur, or a beer snob. And if you do? Unforgettable tastes await: just-caught lobster, freshly picked fruits, eggs collected from cage-free family farms, syrup distilled from New Hampshire sugar maples, handmade chocolates, small-batch beers, potent hard cider and yogurt, ice cream and cheese farm-made with artisanal attention to detail.