The 7 Best Greek Restaurants in New Hampshire!

Nothing beats delicious, authentic Greek fare. As popular for their hospitality as they are for their food, the experience at New Hampshire’s excellent Greek restaurants is often akin to visiting a long lost relative. Whether you’re craving stuffed grape leaves or spanakopita, you’ll find it at the best Greek restaurants in New Hampshire. 

Café Nostimo, Portsmouth, NH

Featuring four generations of traditional Greek recipes, Café Nostimo is family owned and operated, and known for the delicious food they serve. Enjoy all your Greek favorites in their dining room, on their patio or to go.

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Tinos, Hampton, NH

For an elegant Greek dining experience, visit Tinos. The Greek immigrants with ties to the island of Tinos serve both culture and hospitality with their exquisite dishes. They specialize in recipes cooked in their wood-fired grill.

Amphora, Derry, NH

Amphora serves up Hellenic-inspired Mediterranean food for the utmost in fine Greek dining. Enjoy lamb, kebobs, moussaka and more in the lovely dining room or check out the prepared meals to go in their freezer.

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Main Street Gyro, Nashua, NH

For a gyro, Greek salad, Bifteki or Souvlaki, visit Main Street Gyro. Don’t judge a book by its cover, either. The food here is authentically Greek and delicious.

Olympus Pizza, Manchester, NH

You haven’t had a pizza like the Greek gourmet pizza at Olympus Pizza. Loaded with spinach, feta, garlic, olives and tomatoes, this delicious dish has no pizza sauce. That’s because the perfect combination of ingredients flavors it instead. Not up for pizza? Try Greek lasagna or meat pie instead.

The Gyro Spot, Dover & Manchester, NH

For a counter service restaurant with more excitement than most, visit the Gyro Spot. Enjoy a pork gyro as well as a variety of Greek soups. Wash it down with a Greek beer!

Chrysanthi’s Restaurant, Brookline, NH

The spanakopita and gyro plate served at Chrysanthi’s Restaurant are among customer’s favorite. The name “Chrysanthi” means “Golden Flower,” and the restaurant has turned out to be a gem in the 11 years since it opened in Brookline.

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