Suggestions for dinner in Hampton NH or Salisbury Ma area
Looking for recommendation for casual dining in Hampton/Salisbury area. A pre-teen, teenager, and adults in our party of 6. Kids don't like anything too exotic, no sushi, but they do like Italian, tapas, etc. We'll be casually dressed from day at beach, but would still like place with great food -- any suggestions would be appreciated. None of us are familiar with any dining spots in that area. Thanks!
Gee, you have me thinking about all the flavors from that area that I can't get in WA state. A great steak and cheese sub from Papa Gino's, black raspberry ice cream from Friendly's, awesome Chinese from Tiki Lau II, curly fries from Skip's, and the best pizza I've ever had, Tripoli's. (We're able to get the pizza shipped at least.)
I haven't lived in that area in a few years but here's a couple of our favorites. For sit-down inside, in Salisbury, The Hungry Traveler or Sailor Bills. In Seabrook, Master McGrath's, in Hampton, The Galley Hatch. There are also tons of "outdoor" eating places with fantastic local seafood.
Boy, I miss that area so much.
Galley Hatch on rt1 in Hampton or Wida Fletchers also on rt1. Rinaldo's in Hampton Beach, fair Italian.
Coming out of Hampton Beach down the main drag, heading into Seabrook, you'll hook a right and have a choice between Brown's and Marky's. They are fried fish heaven and you can get lobsters, as well. I don't think there's any difference between the two places except they are on different sides of the street but they both do fried seafood very well. You can sit outside, too. Very casual, very family-oriented.
Marky's is always great. as is Petey's. I find them both to serve fresh fish and lobsters in a clean environment.Stay away from the Galley Hatch. Its gone way downhill the last couple years since the son took over. Dad used to do it right, now its mainly frozen "portion control" entrees.