New Hampshire Nature June 25, 2018
Try These 9 New Hampshire Restaurants For A Magical Outdoor Dining Experience
It’s summer in New Hampshire – and that means one thing. Patio season! Eating outside is such a joy, and it’s made even more special in the Granite State by the short period of time in which we can enjoy it. Make the most of summer while it lasts with an outdoor meal at one of these stunning restaurants.
1. The Homestead Restaurant and Tavern, Merrimack
This delightful restaurant has locations in both Bristol and Merrimack, but the Merrimack outpost is the place to go for an amazing deck. You'll love the views of rolling fields just as much as you love their mouthwatering steaks. Check it out at 641 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH.
2. Pocos Bow Street Cantina, Portsmouth
With two gorgeous decks over the water and a fantastic menu with all sorts of treats, this Portsmouth spot is hard to beat. Visit at 37 Bow Street, Portsmouth, NH.
3. 900 Degrees, Manchester
Enjoy authentic Neopolitan-style pizza with all sorts of delicious toppings on the gorgeous patio at this Manchester favorite. You can find it at 50 Dow St, Manchester, NH 03101.
4. Black Water Grill, Salem
This restaurant serves creative, beautifully presented meals, and their deck is absolutely gorgeous. See it for yourself at 43 Pelham Rd., Salem, NH.
5. Waterhouse Restaurant, Peterborough
Perched right over a river, the Waterhouse patio is perhaps the most relaxing place to eat in all of the Granite State – and the food is unbeatable. Visit at 18 Depot St, Peterborough, NH 03458.
6. The Italian Farmhouse, Plymouth
We see this Plymouth spot as the crown jewel in the Common Man restaurant group's offerings, especially because of its amazing patio. Scrumptious brick oven pizza and gorgeous views – what else could you ask for? See for yourself at 337 Daniel Webster Hwy, Plymouth, NH 03264.
7. Cotton, Manchester
Cotton isn't just the hottest restaurant in Manchester – it also has one of the best patio areas around. Check it out at 75 Arms Street, Manchester, NH.
8. BG's BoatHouse, Portsmouth
This family-owned seafood joint is a favorite for a reason – the food is consistently great, and the massive deck is the perfect place to enjoy it. Check it out at 191 Wentworth Rd, Portsmouth, NH 03801.
9. Holy Grail, Epping
This funky Irish pub in a converted church has a patio area that'll make you think you've been transported to Eire. Find it at 64 Main St, Epping, NH 03042.
What’s your favorite place to dine outdoors? Let us know in the comments! And if you need a frosty treat after all that time in the sun, check out these
great soft-serve spots.