New Hampshire’s coastline is a mere 18 miles long, but it’s got plenty to eat. A lot of it’s honky-tonk fare, but there’s no denying the joy of a freshly-caught lobster and buttery, lobster-packed chowder at Rye Harbor Lobster Pound. Not far away, Ice House serves summertime food at picnic tables. In town, Gilley’s PM Lunch is an unapologetic old-time diner, where chili dogs and cheeseburgers star; and The Friendly Toast is a beloved breakfast spot with ambience like a vintage antiques store. Just over the border in Kittery, Maine, Bob’s Clam Hut offers eat-in-the-rough summertime seafood at its finest.