Restaurants in New Hampshire
Have a dress-up dinner (roasted duck is the specialty) at this Spanish Renaissance hotel restaurant.
"Lexie's is a little burger place with a great philosophy and an admirable commitment to cooking from scratch. Their burgers aren't the typically obscene American flesh bombs--you can have one with french fries, fried pickles, and beer and still stand up afterward.
The menu features beer brewed on-site, brisket and ribs, and wood-fired pizza.
Pick up baked goods or have a pre-hike breakfast (oatmeal pancakes, creamy polenta).
Black Trumpet Bistro, in a 19th-century ship's chandlery on the town harbor, posts an international menu that changes every six weeks to capitalize on fresh ingredients.
This casual steakhouse is part of the NH-based Common Man chain.
After biking around the trail, stop in for warm popovers and chai.
The Burger: Murphy’s on the Green is a classic Yankee college town tavern fraternized in equal number by tweedy Dartmouth professors, honor roll students, and townie regulars.
Sit at the chef’s table and watch chef Aylmer Given, who fuses French and American cuisines, like duck with wild cherry risotto.