Taj India: Exotic flavors at the corner of Elm and Amherst
Onions at the Tilton Inn: Turn right at Exit 20 for some great food
Lucciano's: Like grandma's Italian kitchen
Cafe Momo: A trek to the Himalayas starts on Hanover Street, Manchester
This week's choice of restaurant was the work of the Teenage Bottomless Pit, whom I had made plans to meet for a quick bite while I was over on the Seacoast one Saturday afternoon.
A craving for Mexican food on an unseasonably cool late summer day brought us to Concord, home of El Rodeo.
Better luck a second time at Naticook.
It was with fond memories that The Dining Companion and I found ourselves back at Tuckerman's Tavern for dinner over Labor Day weekend.
The Oar House: An upscale Portsmouth classic
Elm City Brewing takes up a good chunk of the first floor of the Colony Mill Marketplace, a cool but underutilized retail complex in an old brick textile mill west of downtown Keene.
The beers are the best at New London's Flying Goose
Continuing our summer search for golf courses where the on-site restaurant is advertised and touted on its own merits for success, we had just such an uninterrupted and leisurely, relaxed time one recent night at Stonebridge CC, about a mile west of state Route 114 on Gorham Pond Road in north Goffstown.
An Italian cousin joins the Manchester dining scene
Harlow's Pub in downtown Peterborough is much more than just a bar with food.
A fine dining experience is par for the course at Pease
It's not often that an ad in a competing publication compels us to try a new restaurant, but when the ad features a black and white photo of two guys from the 1950s posing on a fishing dock beside a strung-up shark with moose antlers, it suggests something innovative.
A cool and classy, very Italian eatery opened in Portsmouth in October, and if it wasn't a bit off the beaten path we would have been there pronto.
Sandwich's Corner House Inn: Beautiful location for a great dinner.
Puerto Vallarta: A vacation in Mexico in Manchester
Our Gourmet hits the links to check out golf course restaurants.
When we visited the recently opened Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Company on a recent Saturday night BEFORE Memorial Day Weekend, the wait for a table was an hour and a half.
During a walk around downtown Concord, if you blink you might miss O Steaks and Seafood, which is located in the same building as Red River Theatres.
Going Locals in North Hampton
Casual, affordable dining at Rochester's Governor's Inn.
All together now at a new Seacoast brewpub
Martha's Exchange is still a sweet spot in downtown Nashua.
Our last dining adventure featured a casual vibe, so The Dining Companion and I decided to try something a little more upscale this time around. And nothing says upscale more than a steakhouse.
It had been so long since Our Gourmet reviewers had been to a certain four-star Italian stalwart in Salem we just had to check in and make sure the much-respected Colosseum Restaurant was alive and kicking on North Broadway.
Contemporary dining in the deep, dark woods
Getting saucy at KC's Rib Shack.
A tiny taste of Asia just off the Road Most Traveled
You can find country comfort at the Monadnock Inn.
Modern Mexican at Portsmouth's Vida Cantina.
In the Taste of Milford ticketed foodie extravaganza, nearly two dozen local restaurants and businesses participated to raise money for town improvements, and Pasta Loft, being so centrally located, drew more attention and patrons than it does on a regular weekend night.
The Rosa: Rich history, bright future in Portsmouth
A return to an old favorite: You You Bistro in Nashua.
Fun food by the light of the silver screen
Dinner, not just drinks, at the Wild Rover Pub
Mangia: A tiny taste of Italy in downtown Manchester
Warm up with a great meal at Hermanos.
If a wing is your thing — a chicken wing, that is — you can't do much better than getting one that is wicked good, unless it is at Wicked Good.
A long-delayed return to Fratello's in Manchester.
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