5 Wildly Famous Restaurants In New Hampshire That Are Totally Worth The Hullabaloo
New Hampshire has a long tradition of taking care of hungry travelers, starting with the early innkeepers of the mountains. That tradition still continues today and many of the state’s restaurants have earned a longstanding reputation for both their fine food and dedication to making customers happy. Here are five of them that you’ll want to return to after your first visit.
1. Hart's Turkey Farm Restaurant, Meredith
Hart's was the Lakes Region's original farm-to-table restaurant when it opened in 1954. Still owned by the Hart family, the restaurant serves up delicious delicious turkey dinners, sandwiches, prime rib, steaks, and seafood. What began as a 12-seat establishment has now grown to welcome 500 guests. For more information, visit the
Hart's Turkey Farm Restaurant website
2. Polly’s Pancake Parlor, Sugar Hill
Try to visit this one on a weekday if you can, as the weekends can involve a wait. But Polly's is worth it! Family-owned and operated since 1938, Polly's is the place to be for fresh, homemade pancakes and waffles slathered with genuine New Hampshire maple syrup. The views of the White Mountains from Polly's aren't too bad either. For more information, visit the
Polly’s Pancake Parlor website
3. Parker's Maple Barn, Mason
Parker's Maple Barn began as a family-owned sugar house in the 1960s. Over the decades, it has evolved into a popular country restaurant serving breakfast and lunch. If you're visiting from south of the border in Massachusetts, Parker's is a quick hop over the state line in Mason. For more information, visit the
Parker`s Maple Barn website
4. Red Arrow Diner, Manchester
The Red Arrow has been a staple of the Manchester community since opening its doors in 1922. Aside from the great comfort food on the menu, the diner is an established gathering spot that is adored by the locals. Celebrities have also been drawn to the Red Arrow as well, and if you visit, you might just bump into a famous face! For more information, visit the
Red Arrow Diner website
5. Aldworth Manor, Harrisville
Aldworth Manor, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has an interesting origin. It was originally built in the 1800s in Worcester, Massachusetts but was later taken apart and rebuilt in Harrisville. While primarily an inn and event space, Aldworth Manor's historic main dining rooms, bar, and seasonal patio are open to the public on Thursdays (and Fridays in November through May). For more information, visit the
Aldworth Manor website
These are just a few of the historic and well-known eateries that can be found around New Hampshire.
Here are eight more to check out.
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Address: Hart's Turkey Farm Restaurant, 233 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith, NH 03253, USA Address: Polly's Pancake Parlor, 672 Sugar Hill Rd, Sugar Hill, NH 03586, USA Address: Parker's Maple Barn, 1349 Brookline Rd, Mason, NH 03048, USA Address: Red Arrow Diner, 61 Lowell St, Manchester, NH 03101, USA Address: Aldworth Manor, 184 Aldworth Manor Rd, Harrisville, NH 03450, USA