The 10 Best Brunch Spots in New Hampshire! By
Brunch first appeared in the late 1800s in England, and made its way to the shores of the United States not long after. A magical, wonderful combination of both breakfast and lunch, oftentimes served with an alcoholic beverage. From Portsmouth to the White Mountains, explore the very best brunch offerings of New Hampshire!
Journey around the globe with the convenience of local brunch with Street Food 360! This celebration of global street food is good any time of day, but breakfast offerings really upgrade the situation. Choose from exciting dishes like huevos rancheros or sausage gravy and biscuits, alongside outstanding cocktails. Try the beermosa!
Every Sunday, the Old Salt hosts one of the most breathtaking brunch buffets around. Ideal for even the pickiest brunch-er, with made to order omelets and waffles, as well as other breakfast classics like pancakes, muffins, and apple smoked bacon. If you’re feeling less breakfast and more lunch, explore options like poached salmon and outstanding salad varieties.
An upscale, trendy option for brunch, Firefly American Bistro is about as delicious as it gets. Choose from an extensive array of egg dishes and sides, as well as Firefly Specials like soups, sandwiches, and salads. Upgrade your Sunday with a build-your-own Bloody Mary option!
A locally-sourced gem of a cafe, the Little Creperie is one of the best food options in Concord, brunch or otherwise. Choose from savory options like the Saucy Pig, featuring bacon, shredded chicken, cheddar cheese, pickled red onions, and barbecue sauce, and sweet options, such as the Raspberry Beret, which boasts raspberry coulis, cream cheese icing, chocolate sauce, and crushed pistachios. No matter the route you pick, you are bound to be impressed!
Though technically not a “brunch” spot, Suzie’s Diner serves up enough delectable breakfast and brunch options to earn itself an honorary spot on our list. Incredible breakfast options, like egg dishes and buttermilk pancakes, alongside hearty lunch choices, like burgers, stir fry, and liver and onions. Be sure to enjoy a mimosa to go with!
Another outfit that makes its way to us through all day breakfast service, rather than official brunch offerings, is Stairway Cafe. This White Mountains favorite serves up omelets, pancakes, burgers, sandwiches, and salads to rival the fanciest of restaurants, all at an affordable price.
Every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m., Corner House Inn serves up one of the best brunches in state. Enjoy fabulous lobster benedict, homemade hash, or Belgian waffles in beautiful, historic surroundings. Be sure to try one of their famous Shrimp Bloody Marys!
A refined take on brunch, the Library Restaurants offers a comprehensive menu that caters to any and all palates. Start out with some Baked Brie en Croute, and follow through with baked stuffed haddock with lobster, or the insanely delicious cream cheese stuffed French toast.
A no-nonsense spot for brunching, Francoeur’s Cafe offers the traditionally robust roster of breakfast offerings, alongside a decidedly less extensive selection of lunch choices. All fuss and all flavor, this Manchester location is worth a pop-in even if it means a bit of a drive.
A brunch accessible for hungry folk of all ages, Janie’s Uncommon Cafe has some seriously delicious items available. A huge array of breakfast classics, like pancakes, waffles and eggs. If you’re craving more of a lunch, go for a monster, “two-handed” sandwich, melt, or salad.