Dessert is the grand finale of any good meal and at New Hampshire’s great restaurants, you can expect truly mind-blowing options. Whether you’re looking for rich and creamy homemade ice cream or an assortment of delicious pastries, check out the 10 best places for dessert in New Hampshire!
For the best French pastries in the Granite State, visit La Maison Navarre. Whether you crave a macaron or a rich chocolate torte, you’ll indulge in the richest, most delicious pastry you’ve ever tasted.
For the very best in Italian desserts, visit Giorgio’s Ristorante & Bar. Maria’s Tiramisu is rich and creamy, and the chocolate bowl trifle should be considered sinful it’s so good. If you dined at Giorgio’s first, and don’t have room for a full-sized dessert, be sure to try one of their minis. Just a few bites of the tiramisu or the torte—or a whole list of delicious desserts—are available on the menu, too.
The selection varies from day to day, but you’re sure to find a dessert you’ll love at Popovers on the Square. From a decadent brownie to a custard-filled éclair, you’ll find the perfect ending to your lunch or dinner.
If you’ve never tried Bananas Foster, you need to visit the Copper Door Restaurant. Prefer something chocolate? Check out their hot chocolate crème brulee. All the desserts are homemade in house at the Copper Door. You’ll love topping off your meal here—or maybe coming solely for the desserts.
Just imagine how rich and flavorful cranberry orange swirl cheesecake must taste. Or instead of imagining, you could simply visit Mombo. That’s one of their signature desserts. Fried rice pudding is a specialty, too, and is probably unlike anything you’ve tasted before. If these two desserts intrigue you, you’ll be happy to know the dessert menu here is extensive. Be sure to check them out when you’re visiting the Seacoast.
For authentic Italian gelato, visit Morano Gelato. Whether you’re seeking a sit-down dessert with a dish or thinking of taking your dessert to go with a cone, you’ll surely never have experienced gelato this rich and creamy.
Featuring food from around the world, Gypsy Café serves some delicious and unique homemade desserts from various locales as well. Check in frequently as the dessert offerings change often. Be sure to ask for coffee with your dessert, as changes up frequently, too.
You needn’t be staying at Wentworth by the Sea to enjoy the fares at Salt Kitchen & Bar, and their dessert menu is worth a visit all on its own. Carrot cake crème brulee and spiced molasses zeppoles are just two of their dessert staples. Their incredible ice cream is made in house as well.
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For an impressive assortment of authentic Syrian sweets, visit the café or the bakery at Aissa Sweets. Indulge in flaky pastries with coffee for dessert and for a true international experience—without having to leave the Granite State.
Check in at Kristin’s Bistro & Bakery to see what kind of pastries or pies she is featuring for dessert. The quaint atmosphere makes visiting a real treat—and the desserts, like her banana cream pie or her pecan squares—are worth every calorie.