The 10 Best Markets in New Hampshire! By
You can’t find the joy of shopping in a small market just anywhere. If you crave the personal touch associated with smaller shopping opportunities, look no further than the markets of New Hampshire. From Portsmouth to the White Mountains, the markets of the Granite State are ready to deliver you fresh goods, artisanal products, and overall, exceptional quality.
A beautifully renovated, 1865 location with just enough of what you need. From goods to prepared foods to some of the best barbeque in the state, Rumney Village Store is a local favorite, and will be yours too after the very first visit.
Veteran owned and as local as can be, Beaver Street Market is an easy add to our list. Whether you’re looking to grab a fresh sandwich for a quick lunch, or shop around a bit for dinner, this Keene location has something for you, at a reasonable price. Be sure to try some of the incredible baked goods at Beaver Street!
As welcoming as it is well stocked, Belmont Village Store is an absolutely charming way of shopping. This market also offers an extensive, Italian-American menu featuring items from pizza to salads to subs.
A true community corner store, Gosselins Superette brings a taste of smaller-town life to Manchester. From household items to deli to produce, Gosselins is a convenient way to stock up and support local business! Be sure to try the house-made chicken pot pie, one of the best in the area!
5. Liamos Market, Nashua, NH
A small market with a lot to offer, Liamos is one of the best options around to pick up odds and ends, or some of the best Greek food in the area.
6. Bethlehem Village Store, Bethlehem, NH
Whether you need a perfect breakfast sandwich to fuel up for a day outdoors, or are looking to pick up a snack to enjoy with the big game at home, Bethlehem Village Store is an ideal option. Also a great opportunity to pick up food and forgotten items on your way to a campout!
Conveniently located to Loon Mountain, this family owned option is a great place to pick up beer, food, ice, and even firewood! Truly a full service stop, Wayne’s has all that you need for all that you do.
A full service convenience store featuring beer and wine, what more could you ask? A great option for prepared food, including some of the best sandwiches around and a consistently impressive roster of specials.
Pat and Tony Pippin have been in the small market business since the 1960s, so it should come as no surprise that their Lyme Country Store hits it out of the ballpark time and time again. From locally brewed coffee to house-made baked goods (don’t leave the premises without a donut!) Pat and Tony’s is easily one of the best markets in state.
A family owned grocery with an emphasis on high quality meat, Roy’s is a great stop, whether you need to do a full shopping or just pick up a last minute item. Recently remodeled with some of the nicest staff in state.