83 Hanover St Manchester, NH 03101 +1 603 647 6476
As the oldest orchestra in the state, founded in 1895 and with regular performances since 1905, the New Hampshire Philharmonic has delighted audiences for over a hundred years. Both amateur and professionals grace the group with their presence creating some of the best music known to the area. Most of the performances are held at the Palace Theater and various events are held throughout the year, check the website for details.
If you are looking for some good, old-fashioned greasy Chinese food done American style, Peking Garden is the place for you. To help immediately curb your hunger, a sweet fried dough treat is given out as an appetizer at dinner. Favorites, such as the Sweet and Sour Chicken, are highly fried and crisp. For those looking for a little something extra, there is a full bar located towards the rear of the restaurant with a television screen upon which to watch important events. Take-out is a big business for Peking Garden 2, so enjoy the fast service in the restaurant or take it home for a relaxing night on the couch.
Truly a legend around Manchester, the Red Arrow Diner is a must for any and all diner lovers. Ranked as one of the top ten diners in the United States by USA Today, the place has as much personality as it has good and delicious food. Not only do major newspapers rank it as a favorite, but the likes of Senator Hilary Clinton, Ty Pennington, and the Barenaked Ladies have all had a bite at the Red Arrow. And with name plates on the booth, you will know exactly who sat in the same seat as you, giving you a brush with fame! Open 24 hours, the diner serves all meals at all times of the day. So whether you are looking for a stack of waffles with peanut butter and chocolate chips in the evening, or a veggie burger early in the morning, the Red Arrow can serve you. The diner has its own line of soda, try the Cream Soda. The Chicken Fingers have an extra spice making them extra juicy and delicious. A wide selection of pies rounds out the menu with fruit and cream pies, as well as "
"fingers which are a lot like Twinkies only in a different dimension entirely.
It is not often you find such a gem of an ethnic restaurant in a small town. But such is Lala's Hungarian Pastry. From the moment you enter the store, you are greeted with a display of fresh and delicious pastries, some of which are familiar and some exotic and delicious and reasonably priced. Of course, full meals can be eaten at Lala's too. For breakfast, try a Meat Turnover or Breakfast Potatoes. Lunch includes Stuffed Peppers and Beef Goulash. Dinner includes Chicken Breast Schnitzel and Transylvanian Egglplant. Intrigued? Then come check out Lala's for any meal or snack.
Located on the corner of Elm and Merrimack, J.W. Hill's location in the center of town is a great place to watch a game, catch a fast work lunch, or hang out at night. The menu includes a variety of bar food items and more healthful and flavorful dishes. For dinner, try the Turkey Bravo Wrap which comes with cranberry mayonnaise. The desserts are scrumptious: Peach Cobbler, Apple Pie, and Chocolate Cake all grace the menu. On the rare occasion when sports aren't playing on the screens, play airhockey or foosball at the tables. Ladies Night is on Thursdays where drinks are half off for all women. On Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday this place opens at 11.30am.
Located just across the street from the Verizon Wireless Arena, Greg's Place is the perfect place to grab a bite before, after, or even during the game. With the many televisions located around the bar, it is easy to catch any game. All the American favorites are served including Chili Cheese Fries, Burgers, and many different Club Sandwiches. Also a surprisingly good place for breakfast, Greg's serves four different types of Eggs Benedict, Omelettes, and a delicious Cinnamon and Sugar Raisin French Toast. Or if you are looking to wet your whistle, grab a draught, bottled beers, or a "malternative" and watch the game or play pool or video poker.
21 Central St Manchester, NH 03102 +1 603 607 9710
Not content with having 40 televisions, TJ's has gone the extra mile and has 40 high-definition television on which patrons can watch a variety of different programs. If you are looking for a little bit of quality baseball, head over to TJ's where all Red Sox games are shown. Offering a variety of food from clams to burgers, TJ's is known for their $5 Miller High Life pitchers. Happy hour is held M-F from 4p-7p and has a variety of drink specials including Jager Bombs. Located just across from Veterans Memorial Park, limited outdoor seating is available.
324 Commercial Street Manchester, NH 03101 +1 603 666 5432
Passing through Manchester, you might just miss out on an opportunity to taste the local flavor at the Café 324, a small restaurant located in the Manchester mills area. Surrounded by very industrial-looking buildings, one doesn't expect a restaurant to be here, but there lies Café 324, in all it unassuming awesomeness. Founded with the intention of feeding the mill workers better food in a good place, this restaurant is now a favorite of the locals as well as a few visitors. Known for its extensive breakfast fare, this restaurant is packed in the mornings. Of course they also offer inviting light meals and desserts. For further information please see the website.
245 Maple Street Unit 4 Manchester, NH 03103 +1 603 669 8811
On a chilly Manchester evening if you get a craving for spicy Chinese food, with its delectable gravies, fried wonders and steamed legends, then head to the Szechuan House Restaurant and your cravings will be satisfied. Located in a prime neighborhood, this restaurant serves authentic Chinese cuisine, and specializes in bringing the traditional regional dishes to your plate. Feast on the Szechuan, Mandarin and Hunan cuisines that are artistically put together and served. Of course, there is some local influence that has seeped in to the food, but that only enhances the originality and specialty of the restaurant. On the menu you will find plenty of options for the meat lovers, with separate variety in chicken, beef, seafood and pork preparations. Veggies do not fret, because there are also some options for you. Wash down the sumptuous meal with Sake, wine or beer, or any of their house cocktails.
75 Arms Street Manchester, NH 03101 +1 603 622 5488
Located almost on the waterfront, Cotton's reputation is known all over the Northeast. Numerous national magazines have praised Chef/Owner's Jeffrey Paige's culinary talents and he has cooked for presidents as well as other chefs. Bringing an American comfort food style to Manchester, the dinner menu features such treats as Almond-Crusted Turkey Schnitzel or Grilled Vegetable Ravioli. An extensive wine list complements the dinner offerings and makes it the perfect place for a leisurely and delicious lunch or dinner.
Although fairly quiet early on in the night, Brimmer's gets
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A spot for young locals to meet, greet, dance, and
eye one another, the Strange Brew Tavern is the place to be. Located a little off Elm giving it a more secluded and exclusive feel, this bar has a ...
Although the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Stadium is mostly used
for baseball games of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, other events occur from time to time. The stadium has been known in the past as Fisher Cats Ballpark although ...