5 Best Restaurants in New Hampshire
Dining out while traveling in New Hampshire is made easier with the recommendation of a five star regional restaurant owner. Stonehurst Manor in North Conway, NH is reaching out to travelers and foodies to guide you on a gastronomic feast throughout the granite state. Here is your countdown to delicious.
Within blocks of the Seacoast area of Portsmouth, Jumpin’ Jay’s Fish Café makes elegant use of its personal connection with local fishermen. You might think you’ve tasted lobster, but until you’ve had fresh caught New England lobster from Jumpin’ Jay’s you haven’t tasted the real thing. And don’t miss out on the freshest raw oyster bar this side of the Mississippi.
With prices that won’t inflict damage on your travel budget, Sunny’s Table will be a sunny delight to your palate. This Asian-influenced bistro in Concord emphasizes fresh foremost on their menu. Drop in at the end of your day of sightseeing and taste the delicacies of healthy dishes like Vietnamese grilled pork chop marinated in sweet chili sauce and peanuts.
As you explore the red brick mill yards of Concord, stop in to Fratello’s Italian Grille for an Italian festival of flavors on your tongue. The seafood is fresh caught and delectable. If pasta is more to your liking, you won’t go wrong with their handmade Ravioli Florentine. Fratello’s even has a gluten-free menu to accommodate special dietary needs.
Just north of Lebanon, NH in the college town of Hanover, is Jesse’s Steak, Seafood & Tavern. Bragging rights go to their annual all day Easter buffet offerings of prime rib, clam chowder and chicken rigatoni. Their Portugese version of pigs in a blanket are one of a kind. Live entertainment is on stage every Friday starting at 5 p.m.
Your hospitable culinary hosts at the Stonehurst Manor in North Conway, NH will make sure both your dining and relaxation needs are met. Known for the best Prime Rib in New England, Stonehurst Manor will blow your mind with a culinary offering beyond your expectations. Begin with a special cocktail made by our in-house mixologist in front of our spectacular field stone fireplace in the martini lounge. You’ll feel pampered as our friendly waitstaff tends to your needs fireside. Your dining experience might include freshly prepared hand made pasta tossed in a marinara sauce of local tomatoes and fresh basil. Or you might choose lamb with fragrant rosemary, or the classic New England baked stuffed haddock. Whatever you choose, you will be sure to be fully satisfied and delighted with the offerings. Chef Avi is guaranteed to delight your palate with a mix of exotic and traditional culinary methods.
One of the best things that the Stonehurst Manor offers above all other restaurants in New Hampshire and North Conway restaurants is the chance to retire to a turn of the century manor room fit for a country squire. Simply ask your hostess about room availability at the time of your visit.
Your visit to New Hampshire will be alive with adventure and enjoyment when you visit any of our recommended restaurants in New Hampshire. Bon Appetit!