New Hampshire March 23, 2016
These 10 Places in New Hampshire Make The Best Sandwiches EVER
The sandwich is a staple food for many Americans, perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack. But if you think the sandwich is simple, limited to classics like PB&J or ham and cheese, you’re missing out. Modern day delis elevate sandwich making to an art form, and put a whole meal between two slices of bread. Here are ten of the best sandwich shops in the Granite State.
1. Purple Tomato, Lincoln
This shop and market in the heart of the White Mountains uses locally sourced ingredients that are sure to please. The menu offers sandwiches, salads and more.
2. Henrys’ Market, New Castle
Henrys’ has unique sandwich options, and heaps of freshly-baked sweet treats for dessert. Yum!
3. Miller’s Café and Bakery, Littleton
This local café has received national attention, and once you bite into a sandwich here, you’ll understand why.
4. Huck’s Hoagies, Wolfeboro
Open year round, Huck’s Hoagies has become famous in the Lakes Region, and it perfect whether you are looking for a simple sandwich or a 30 inch long sub.
5. Hammersmith Sandwich Company, Exeter
Hammersmith Sandwich Company was only started in 2012, but it’s already made a big impact in Exeter with homemade soup and salads, and unique sandwich options.
6. Farro Deli, Claremont
With wraps, paninis and traditional sandwiches, Farro has been delighting diners in the upper valley for years.
7. Biederman’s Deli and Pub, Plymouth
A favorite of Plymouth State students, Biederman’s will please your taste buds no matter how old you are. Best of all, the deli has a full bar, so you can enjoy a brew with your sandwich.
8. Buono Panini, Salem
There’s little better than a warm Panini, and Buono Panini offers some of the best around. Plus, if someone in your group is looking for more than a sandwich, the restaurant offers a full Italian menu.
9. Jerome’s Deli and Catering, Manchester
For those who don’t believe a sandwich can be a meal in and of itself, Jerome’s poses a challenge, filling its sandwiches with all the fixin’s.
10. Sandwich Master, Rindge
With a name like that, it’s got to be good. Sandwich Master is indeed the best of the best, winning multiple awards in New Hampshire and beyond. Any don’t worry… they’ll be happy to make you a normal sized sandwich.
Where is your favorite spot to get a sandwich in New Hampshire?