2 New Hampshire Restaurants Made The Boston Globe’s Summer Road Trip List
It's always exciting when a big name newspaper or network gives our area a shoutout.
Last year, The New York Times shared The Restaurant List, which highlighted 50 restaurants nationwide. Four New England spots – two in Maine, two in Massachusetts – were featured, which is an incredible honor.
This year, The Boston Globe has shared their take on some of the best restaurants in New England, more specifically, places featuring the "24 perfect foods worth a New England road trip this summer". Amongst the lucky 24 are two New Hampshire establishments, which is fantastic. Let's learn more about them:
Vida Cantina in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Everyone loves Mexican food, but the Globe references the tacos at Vida Cantina as the dish that makes the Portsmouth restaurant stand out. Made with fresh and local ingredients, Vida Cantina's tacos are one of the many "playful and thoughtful" menu options available to patrons. Heck, even the chips and salsa set the bar high, according to the Globe.
Parker's Maple Barn in Mason, New Hampshire
Ever find yourself craving delicious comfort foods that feel like home? For this writer, that often means it's time for a plate of warm pancakes. At Parker's Maple Barn, you can not only feast on pancakes bigger than your head, but also visit their gift shop and maple sugar house.
So, there you have it. When you and your loved ones are out and about this summer, do yourself a favor and swing by one or both of these restaurants. You won't regret it.
In the meantime, here are some of the many hidden gem restaurants in the Granite State.