Restaurants in New Hampshire

Diners continue to flourish in the Granite State — some vintage streamlined beauties, others modern buildings with diner spirit and a diner menu. To the population of diners, add the fact that maple-syrup consciousness is high and you have a state where breakfast can be the best meal of the day. In fact, a long-time favorite Roadfood breakfast stops is Polly’s Pancake Parlor up in Sugar Hill, which was established in the 1930s to let people know just how wonderful maple syrup is. New Hampshire also has a stretch of shoreline, home of lobster pounds and clam shacks to which visitors return summer after summer. A heritage of dairy farming has made it a good state in which to find udder-to-cone ice cream.

New Hampshire’s Most Famous Dishes

Scoops of strawberry, pistachio, and vanilla ice cream accompany a slice of 4-layer chocolate cake.

Ice Cream

Disposable partitioned plate holds turkey with dressing under gravy, a yam, green beans, cranberry sauce, and a baked yam

Turkey Dinner

A basket of six hot donuts: plain, powdered sugar, cinnamon


Chocolate cupcake with chocolate frosting ... all butter all the time

Chocolate Dishes

New Hampshire’s Best Restaurants

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Great New Hampshire Recipes

Maple Hurricane Sauce


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