Don’t feel guilty about indulging that fried food craving every now and again. Sometimes, nothing quite hits the spot like some fried chicken, fried clams, onion rings, mozzarella sticks…oh the list goes on! Next time you want to treat yourself to the delight that is fried food, check out these awesome places in New Hampshire.
Don’t let the name, Petey’s Summertime Seafood, fool you. Petey’s is open all year ‘round and serves up some of the best fried clams you’ll find in the Granite State. Eat in on take them to go. Either way you’ll perfectly indulge your fried food hankering.
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Fried chicken comes in spectacular form at the Friendly Toast. Part of their chicken and waffles selection, deep fried chicken thighs sit atop a bed of mashed sweet potatoes with waffle wedges, and are topped with honey, maple sour cream and scallions. Yum!
You won’t find better fried fish than you’ll eat at Newick’s Lobster House. Perfectly battered and fried so the delicate fish taste shines through, you’ll eat to your heart’s content because the portions are ample. The service is top-notch, too.
People say they love BRGR Bar for their amazing burgers—and it’s likely they do. But BRGR Bar also serves the most amazing fries you’ll find in the Seacoast region. Crispy and flavorful, delicately seasoned, you’ll be hard-pressed to not wish they were your main course. Their truffle fries are nothing short of elegant. Order a side of both and see which are your new favorites.
There’s an appetizer at Makris Lobster & Steak House that serves customers some fried food perfection. Southwest egg rolls are filled with veggies, black beans and chicken, and then deep fried. When dipped in sweet & sour sauce or Cajun ranch dressing, it’s an explosion of flavor you won’t soon forget.
The Subarashii at Street deserves a fried food mention. Another take on French fries, theirs are spicy and amazing. Sprinkled with an Asian chili spice blend, these fries are slathered with scallion mayo and served with kimchee ketchup for dipping. These are the perfect fries for a late-night snack, and they pair perfectly with your favorite beer.
Fat Dog Kitchen gives a southern tradition new life. They serve genuine fried tomatoes—wait for it—on their BLTs! This is a fried food lover’s dream come true. You get bacon and fried food on the very same sandwich. Green tomatoes are breaded and fried, and then combined with bacon and lettuce on plain or toasted bread. Slather it with mayo, and it’s nothing short of exquisite! But don’t count on eating this for dinner, since they’re only open for breakfast and lunch. Lunch—and the Fried Green Tomato BLT is only available after 11 a.m.
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There’s a deep-fried delicacy served at the bar or as an appetizer at Hanover Street Chophouse. If you’ve never indulged in avocado fries, it’s high time you did. Very lightly battered and deep fried until just crisp, these tender slices of avocado are then drizzled with a honey soy sauce. They are sublime!