New Hampshire January 24, 2017
9 New Hampshire Sandwiches You Have To Try Before You Die
Sometimes we get caught up in the allure of fancy food, and forget about the merits of a sandwich. The staple of lunches everywhere, the sandwich is sometimes downright artistic, and on a cool winter day in New Hampshire a sandwich can be the perfect thing for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Here are 9 New Hampshire sandwiches that you have to try before you die.
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1. The New Englander Panini, Farro Deli, Claremont
With ham, Cabot cheddar, granny smith apples, baby spinach and honey mustard mayo all on locally sourced cinnamon bread, The New Englander is a unique combination of tastes that is sure to warm you up on even the coldest day. This special comes and goes at Farro, but thanks to their build-your-own selection you can always enjoy The New Englander. Located at 26 Opera House Square, Claremont.
2. Montreal Beef, Local Moose Cafe, Manchester
This sandwich is a champ: Locally smoked Montreal Beef, local white cheddar cheese, sautéed onions and Dijon mustard on house made brioche. Yum and yum! Located at 124 Queen City Ave, Manchester.
3. Value Cheeseburger, Granfanallys, Salem
On Tuesdays Granfanallys has the sandwhich deal of the week: a double cheeseburger, fries, and draft beer for $8.95. That's a deal we can sink our teeth in to. Located at 354 North Broadway, Salem.
4. Ruben, Tilton Snack and Wraps
It's a sandwich classic but at Tilton Snacks & Wraps it's done well. Next time you're headed to the Lakes Region be sure to stop for a Ruben that you won't soon forget. Located at 949 Laconia Road, Tilton.
5. Grilled Cheese, Monadnock Food Co-op, Keene
It's as simple as a sandwich can come, but in this case simple is delicious. Fresh baked break and local cheese combine for a stellar melty grilled cheese. Located at 34 Cypress Street, Keene.
6. Smoked Salmon and Vegetables, Big Dave's Bagels and Cafe, North Conway
There's something downright delicious about a sandwich served on a bagel. At Big Dave's both the bagels and the toppings are fresh and delicious and the variety is outstanding. Located at 1130 Eastman Road North Conway.
7. The Thing, Soup'er Heros, Newport
This is one super breakfast sandwich. Eggs, bacon, cheese and maple syrup between two freshly-made waffles will start your day on the right foot! When you order at Soup'er Heros you can be a hero yourself by donated a sandwich to someone in need, which gives you a discount off your own order. Located at 57 Main Street, Newport.
8. Pastrami on Rye, Wellington's Marketplace, Concord
Any sandwich you get at Wellington's is going to be great, but the pastrami is other wordly: Vermont Pastrami, swiss cheese, house pickle, house remoulade sauce on toasty thick cut marble rye. Those homemade touches make this a next-level sandwich. Located at 124 N Main Street, Concord.
9. Bacon, Tomato and Cheese, Pressed Cafe, Nashua
Is there anything better than bacon and melted cheese? No, we don't think so. That's why this is for sure a bucket list sandwich.
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