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Best Breakfasts in New Hampshire

Looking for memorable breakfasts in the following categories.

Great eggs Benedict

Great pancakes

Hungry man, Its big and its good

Coffee and something sweet

Eggs and bacon sourced locally

Hotel breakfast

Diner breakfast

Regional breakfast cafes from all over the state.

Thanks for your insights... this is for possible publication in NH Mag.

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  1. Lots of good breakfast places in NH. Be sure to include Yesterdays in Jackson. A+ for everything you mention, plus great Eggs Benedict and superb hash.

    1. I like the pancakes at the City Grill in Nashua.

      Midfield Cafe has a descent breakfast.

      Republic in Manchester.

      Hollis Country Kitchen

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      1. re: rizzo0904

        Rizzo already tagged two of my NH breakfast/brunch favorites:

        - Country Kitchen in Hollis (For pancakes)

        - Midfield Cafe at the Nashua airport (For unique atmosphere and vibe, with good, solid breakfast acumen. I'm addicted to the hash browns.)

        And, you should add....... Riverhouse Cafe in Milford (For local ingredients, lots of hot sauces available, beer at breakfast, and some really interesting variations on the traditional breakfast offerings.)

      2. Best value/hungry man would be the first sunday of the month when the Odd Fellows in Contoocook NH have their all you can eat, breakfast buffet. If you get there early, make sure you're wearing flannel and a gimme hat.

        1. Thanks all, my list is getting very long.

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          1. re: granitegirl

            Lou's in Hanover. Homemade red flannel hash. Amazing.

          2. you can't forget Robbie's in Bow, great Bfast, maybe best pancakes , i think they were voted best in USA by NY Times a while back, and there big Bfast is huge and great value

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            1. re: djr222

              At Republic now ... Best home fries.

              1. re: djr222

                Do you mean Robie's Country Store in Hooksett?

                1. re: dfrostnh

                  that was my assumption...i've never been, but i guess i should try to make it up there.

                  1. re: rizzo0904

                    I realize this is an old thread, but anyone looking for amazing pancakes, Robie's is absolutely the best I've ever had. They are fairly dense and cakey and the outside is always griddle-crisp. Plus you get a huge stack for cheap and it is a neat little store. The make a decent sandwich for lunch too!