Image Magazine's 2017 Dining Guide for the Upper Valley
Aug 18, 2017 02:34PM
● Published by Linda Ditch
Courtesy of Tuckerbox.
Whether you are new to the area or not, visiting a place you haven't been to can be a whole new experience. Check out these local hot spots to discover something new.
You just might find your new favorite spot!
you’re going to eat pizza, why not get it from a place that’s been around 40
years? Village Pizza and Grill is celebrating that milestone anniversary
throughout 2017. Besides getting a great pizza, you can also enjoy Greek
classics, thanks to the merger of the pizza shop with Santorini Taverna in
January. How about starting with some baba ganouj, followed by a Village Special
pizza (think supreme) with pastitsio (Greek lasagna) on the side. All
accompanied with a Greek beer. You can even have baklava for dessert. Forty
years strong, and still moving forward!
11am–10pm, delivery 4pm–9:30pm
Because it’s summertime and
having ice cream is a must!
39 Mechanic Street,
Open daily 11am–9pm
A lovely place to enjoy outside
dining for lunch or dinner.
I-89 off Route 11
New London, NH
Lunch daily 11:30am–3pm, tavern menu
daily 3pm–9pm, dinner daily 5:30pm–9pm, Sunday brunch, 10am–2pm
You have until October to visit and
enjoy a beverage and a fresh-baked goodie from the farm’s kitchen.
225 Pavillion Road,
(802) 785-4737 cedarcirclefarm.org/café
Daily 8am–5pm through October
Go a little exotic with some
Turkish and Mediterranean bites and specialty coffees.
1 South Main Street,
Mon–Sat 7am–3pm, dinner Tue–Thu 5pm–9pm,
Fri & Sat 5pm–10pm, Sun 10:30am–3pm, with dinner from 5–9pm
Where is your favorite place to dine? Let us know in the comments!