Restaurants

After an active day of sightseeing and outdoor recreation, the only thing left to do is fuel up. Classic comfort food, brewpub snacks, New England seafood, global cuisines, farm to table creations and legendary breakfast and brunch spots ensure your cravings will all be satisfied. From family-friendly dining to dinner for two, you’ll find a wide range of award-winning fare, burger joints, and everything in between. Whether you’re dining inside of a refurbished bank vault, a 1785 brick mansion, or a 1940s diner, there are fun and eclectic places to get your grub on in all seven regions of New Hampshire. 

Covid-19 Update: The food service/restaurant industry has expanded from take-out and curbside delivery dining and outdoor dining to again offering indoor seating in the following counties: Belknap, Coos, Carroll, Cheshire, Grafton and Sullivan, however seated dining areas are limited in capacity. Indoor seating is also allowed again in Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham and Strafford Counties, with a 50% capacity occupancy. Customers should wear a cloth face covering when entering and exiting a facility to protect other patrons and employees during seating and exiting, of when getting up to use the restroom. Cloth face covering are not necessary when a customer is seated and dining outdoors. The guidance outlining steps restaurants must take to keep employees safe, as well as what customers can expect in this phase of re-opening are detailed here.

Take-out and delivery dining is still available at many New Hampshire dining establishments. For a list of restaurants and facilities offering take-out or delivery at this time please click here.