New Hampshire March 16, 2016
These 8 Unique Restaurants in New Hampshire Will Give You an Unforgettable Dining Experience
New Hampshire is full of great restaurants, but some are so unique that they’ll give you a dining experience that will last a lifetime. From the formal to the family-friendly, massive to micro, we’ve compiled a list of eight unique restaurants that will fit every occasion.
1. Pickity Place, Greenville
Pickity Place brings small-batch fine dining to a new level. The tiny red cottage serves a five-course lunch three times a day. The set menu includes soup, salad, entrée, bread and dessert that draw heavily on herbs and spices grown on the property.
2. Chunky’s Cinema Restaurant, Nashua & Pelham
Chunky’s offers everything you could want for date night in one place – the newest film releases, a full menu, full bar, and the most comfortable seats you will ever catch a movie in. The professional staff will get your order just right – without even interrupting your movie.
3. Row 34, Portsmouth
Row 34 is an Oyster Bar for those who love seafood. With $1 Oysters year round, you’re always guaranteed the freshest seafood at this upscale joint.
4. Café Momo, Manchester
Great Nepalese food isn’t something you come across regularly in New Hampshire, but here at Café Momo you don’t be disappointed. If you haven’t tried Asian cuisine, don’t be afraid to give this unique dining experience a try.
5. The Common Man, Claremont
You’ll feel like you’re part of history when you enter this restaurant, built in an old mill along the Sugar River. The Common man offers a deck just beside the river’s waterfall, and also has windows in the floor where guests can watch the river rush beneath the brick. And the food, of course, is anything but common.
6. Griddle in the Middle, Meredith
Sure, when you go out to eat you usually want someone else to do the cooking for you, but the little chefs in your life will love the concept of Griddle in the Middle, where you can cook your own pancakes, complete with any toppings you desire.
7. The Flying Money, Plymouth
The Flying Monkey, housed in an old 1920’s playhouse, offers you the opportunity to catch dinner and a show all in one place. The Flying Monkey hosts live performances and screens films, so there is something for everyone’s taste (as well as a lovely menu).
8. Tuscan Kitchen, Salem
You may not believe there is anything unique about an Italian restaurant, but Tuscan Kitchen’s size alone makes it worth a visit. The restaurant is part of an Italian complex is Salem that includes a market, a cooking school and different dining options.
Where is your favorite place to dine in New Hampshire?