Step Back in Time at These 10 Historic New Hampshire Restaurants

We all know there is no shortage of historic places to visit throughout New England.

Being one of the oldest regions in the country, there are many homes, businesses, cemeteries, and other landmarks in the area that have been around for centuries. And if the walls could talk, their stories would undoubtedly be fascinating to hear.

Some of these historical places also include restaurants. Whether it’s a building that served as a restaurant for countless years, an old house turned business, or something else entirely, it’s not hard to find a place to eat or someone another might have enjoyed a meal centuries ago.

Many of these restaurants aren’t necessarily posh or upscale places, but what they may lack in grandeur they make up for in charm, character, and uniqueness. And if you’re an out-of-town visitor, there’s no better way to experience quintessential New England than by visiting the places that help give the area its unique historic charm.

So, do you want to go back in time for your next culinary experience? We are, so we took to Facebook to ask you where some of New Hampshire’s best historic restaurants are. You mentioned several places; we already knew some of them, while others were new to us. Thanks to you, we’ve compiled this list of 10 places, so let’s take a look.

Did your favorite(s) make the list?

Step Back in Time at These 10 Historic New Hampshire Restaurants

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