The holidays are coming up and you are likely planning a long weekend away from some place like Burlington or Brooklyn. Don’t stumble into a tourist trap in the Northeast! We recommend that you take the road that’s less travelled and find yourself in Hampton, New Hampshire for the food. Foodie destinations are indeed everywhere along the roads of Belknap, Carroll and Grafton counties and the area’s scenic byways if you are willing to drive for it. But this neighborhood is certainly worth a visit along the way.
Even though there have been significant strides for the local food scene in Hampton, New Hampshire recently, too many epicureans remain unaware of this reality. We are convinced that in due time, all the skeptics will eventually see the light and taste the goodness.
This town cares more about good times in the great outdoors and a great meal than satisfying flatlanders on holiday. Whatever your belly desires, the top bistros are ready to serve it up hot and fresh. We got chicken dishes, beef entrees, fresh seafood, huge chops, you name it.
Granite Staters like how these cool chefs incorporate irregular ingredients like apples throughout the meals. A few of these restaurants are extremely exclusive and others are more accessible to the hungry masses. You can even find deals for a full plate for under $10.
Share with the chef that you discovered their restaurant on the Exception Magazine. Everyone in the food industry reads this site, so you will come across like a total gastronomy expert. Ok time to feast on blueberries.
The Old Salt Restaurant at Lamie’s Inn
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490 Lafayette Rd
Hampton, NH 03842