New Hampshire October 28, 2016
Most People Don’t Know These 7 Small Towns In New Hampshire Have Top-Rated Restaurants
New Hampshire is a fairly rural state, so it’s no surprise that our best restaurants are spread far and wide. Sure, you can get a great meal in Concord, Manchester, or Portsmouth, but there are also many small towns in New Hampshire that have top-rated restaurants. Check out these small New Hampshire towns and the top-rated restaurants that make them worth visiting.
This tiny white mountain town is home to The White Mountain Cider Co. Not only does this place make great cider and apple cider donuts, the food is to die for.
Not only is Walpole home to a now world-famous chocolate shop, L A Burdick, but is also has a great restaurant that accompanies the shop!
The small town of Mason is home to two iconic New Hampshire restaurants: Parker's Maple Barn, arguably one of the most popular breakfast places in New Hampshire, and Pickity Place, New Hampshire's original farm to table.
Littleton is a tourist town, so it isn't surprising that it has some great restaurants. Tim-Bir Alley is one of the best, with unique dishes that are sure to delight.
5. New London
This tiny college town is home to a perfect pub, conveniently located between Mount Sunapee and Ragged Mountain. If you prefer to look at mountains rather than whiz down them, The Flying Goose Pub has beautiful views of Mount Kearsarge.
New Hampshire's northernmost town doesn't have many restaurants, but The Rainbow Grille is a favorite for tasty food in the Great North Woods.
7. North Woodstock
North Woodstock is home to the Woodstock Station and Brewery, where you can enjoy great New Hampshire beer and all your favorite snacks to go with it.
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