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Restaurant Week. Courtesy photo.




NH Restaurant Week 

When: Friday, March 24, through Friday, March 31
Where: Statewide 
Cost: Lunch deals range from $10 to $25, dinner deals start at $15 
Visit: restaurantweeknh.com
 
Participating restaurants 
1 Fork ($10 to $25)
104 Diner (New Hampton), 900 Degrees (Manchester, Epping), Airport Diner (Manchester), Cactus Jack’s (Laconia), CJ’s (Manchester), Speaker’s Corner (Nashua), T-Bones (Derry, Bedford, Salem, Hudson, Laconia), Tilt’n Diner (Tilton), Weathervane Seafood Restaurant (Chichester, Nashua, Dover, West Lebanon) 
 
2 Fork ($15 to $35)
Barley House (Concord, North Hampton), Bistro at LaBelle Winery (Amherst), Chang Thai Cafe (Littleton), Fratello’s (Nashua, Manchester, Laconia), Granite Restaurant (Concord), Lakehouse (Meredith), O Steaks & Seafood (Concord), Stagecoach Grille and Merrill’s Tavern (Atkinson), Wolfe’s Tavern (Wolfeboro)
Dinner only: Camp (Meredith), Christmas Farm Inn (Jackson), Coach House Restaurant (New London), Common Man (Merrimack, Merrimack, Concord, Windham, Ashland, Lincoln, Claremont), Foster’s Boiler Room (Plymouth), The Garden Grille & Bar (Manchester), The Homestead (Merrimack, Bristol), Italian Farmhouse (Plymouth), Lago (Meredith), Lake Sunapee Country Club (New London), Vito Marcello’s (North Conway)
 
3 Fork ($20 to $35+) 
Bedford Village Inn (Bedford), Copper Door (Bedford), Giorgio’s (Merrimack), Hanover Street Chophouse (Manchester), Tuscan Kitchen (Salem, Portsmouth)
Dinner only: The Foundry (Manchester), The Fox Tavern (Hancock), Inn at Pleasant Lake (New London), Sugar Hill Inn (Sugar Hill), Three Chimneys Inn (Durham)




It’s a deal
Eight days of statewide dining specials

03/23/17
By Angie Sykeny asykeny@hippopress.com



 From pizza and pub fare to seafood and steakhouse cuisine, you can experience the full scope of New Hampshire’s dining options during New Hampshire Restaurant Week, happening Friday, March 24, through Friday, March 31. The eight-day culinary celebration will feature over 100 restaurants and lodging locations offering menu specials and dine-and-stay packages.  

“Restaurant Week was started as a way to create energy and excitement about dining in New Hampshire and to draw attention to the culinary arts throughout the state,” Restaurant Week coordinator Lindsay Elitharp said. “Portsmouth seems to get the bulk of the attention when it comes to the culinary arts, and it has some incredible restaurants, but it’s not the only part of New Hampshire with an incredible restaurant scene.” 
Participating restaurants will offer food specials for either lunch and dinner or dinner only and are grouped into price categories: a “1 Fork” restaurant has a $10 to $15 lunch and a $15 to $25 dinner; a “2 Fork” restaurant has a $15 to $20 lunch and $25 to $35 dinner; and a “3 Fork” restaurant has lunch for $20 to $25 and dinner for $35 and up. 
The specials may include three-course prix fixe menus, a la carte menu items or both. Prix fixe meals typically consist of an appetizer, entree and dessert and may be a set meal or have a few different options for each course. Most of the special menus and menu items are crafted by the head chef exclusively for Restaurant Week and are not regular offerings.
“It’s like a limited-time offer,” Elitharp said. “Even restaurants that you’ve been going to for years can show you something new.” 
Nine local chefs have been chosen as ambassadors for this year’s NH Restaurant Week, based on their culinary vision and what they bring to the New Hampshire restaurant scene: Nimesh Maharjan of Tuscan Kitchen, Jonathan Cox of Three Chimneys Inn & ffrost Sawyer Tavern, Nicole Barreira of the Great NH Restaurants group (T-Bones, Cactus Jack’s and Copper Door), Dan St. Jean of The Common Man, Edward Ceccherini of The Bistro at LaBelle Winery, Matt Provencher of The Foundry, Adam Parker of Fratello’s, Scott Ouellette of Magic Foods Restaurant Group (O Steaks & Seafood and Canoe) and Peter Agostinelli of Bedford Village Inn.  
“We were able to get a nice range of chefs this year,” Elitharp said. “I think highlighting them really shows the range of personalities and cuisines that you’ll find in New Hampshire.”





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