Try Someplace New for Breakfast: More Recommendations by Locals
Don’t fret if you don’t see your breakfast
spot in the top ten. We’re fortunate to
have so many wonderful spots for breakfast and grabbing a quick sandwich. There were over 37 places recommended on
Facebook as a must try and an excellent place to go. So here they are: the final list of 20 places to
try for breakfast recommended by locals.
I think the locals helped create my ultimate breakfast bucket list. Thank you! Below is a map of where people recommended great breakfast spots.
Eaton’s Sugar Shack, located in S. Royalton, is known for their amazing pancakes
like blueberry or raspberry chocolate chip.
People love Eaton’s for their fantastic food, but also for their
friendly service and reasonable prices.
One person commented they were the best pancakes she’d ever eaten.
Isabell’s in E. Thetford was recommended for breakfast and one reviewer on their Facebook said they had the best breakfast sandwiches ever there. You can read about one person’s experience on the Daily UV here.
Country Kitchen is on Sunapee Street next to Lavalley's and has been a well known breakfast spot for locals in Newport for years. People say the food is excellent and the prices are good too.
Country Café in Claremont recently opened and people say their breakfast is good. You can read reviews or just go and
check it out. It’s next to Burger King
on Washington Street.
Tuckerbox in White River Junction,
across from the train station and main parking area, has both traditional and
ethnic cuisine with menu items like a egg and cheese breakfast sandwich or a
Turkish breakfast with sautéd tomatoes, peppers and seasoning, an egg, home fries
and toast. People like the friendly
staff and amazing experience. Top
reviews. Best blueberry muffins ever. I am
admiring the Cabot cheddar filled popovers with bacon on their Facebook page. Oh my goodness. I can’t wait to try it out.
in Enfield serves breakfast all day long.
They have an extensive menu with lots of choices. M and M pancakes or apple cinnamon walnut? You’ll find seven different kinds of eggs
benedict, plenty of sides, and even a French toast breakfast sandwich. Sounds great!
Market Table in Hanover offers frittatas, strata, and even French toast. They make their own brioche and yogurt. Their breakfast options sound gourmet: brioche, poblano spread, prosciutto, arugula, and egg.
King Arthur Flour in Norwich has great breakfast sandwiches one reviewer
said. Looking at the menu I love how
they include local products into their menu items like Blake Hill’s delicious preserves
or local cheddar cheese. I want the porridge
that looks so comforting and healthy: steel cut oats, flax, bulgar,
nuts/raisins, steamed milk, and brown sugar.
Hattie’s Kitchenin South Strafford is well reviewed by locals. They get all five stars. One reviewer said breakfast was delicious and the staff were “awesome and very accommodating.” Lots of exclamation points in the reviews and comments like: “Can’t wait to return!” They serve community dinners on Thursdays and Fridays too for $15 a person. What a creative idea to share a home cooked meal with your neighbors, and a great deal too. I think it would be a great place to check out while visiting the Morrill Homestead.
Piecemeal Piesin White River Junction offers a delicious Saturday brunch. A Scotch egg pie with gravy sounds good, but so does the polenta, mushroom and egg. When you eat here you know you’re getting locally sourced organic ingredients prepared by a chef with big city experience.
Farmer’s Table Café in Grantham is great spot to go for breakfast, but their breakfast
menu isn’t online so it’ll be a tasty adventure. One reviewer said it was “Soooooo good! One
of the best kept secrets in the area!”
Sounds like a place to try when I’m out that way.
The Local Buzz in Bradford has a kid’s play area and is amazing people say,
with a nice atmosphere and reasonably priced food and drink. Breakfast is served all day. They also
update their Facebook regularly with soup and sandwich specials.
Grace’s Caféin Grantham is new and has a friendly staff, good food, a nice atmosphere. A bonus is you can also get ice cream here.
Windsor Diner in Windsor, VT has rave reviews.
People commented on the fantastic service and amazing food. Appearently their home fries are “out of this
world,” as one reviewer said. The even recently did a breakfast challenge of
eating a massive breakfast. Sounds like
a fun place.
Tumble Inn Diner in Claremont right at the end of the rotary by the Moody Building
serves breakfast all day. My husband and
I used to come here before we would go skiing for an inexpensive breakfast
out. I always got the French toast and a
hot chocolate. Just be aware, they only
take cash. You can find reviews by clicking on Tumble Inn Diner link.
Schoolhouse Café in Warner is known for its
excellent coffee, good food and service, and deep fried French toast. Their breakfast burritos are great as
well. They’re right next to the
Davisville Flea Market. Cash only, but
there’s an ATM on premises. It has a
quaint and welcoming atmosphere too.
P & H Truck Stop in Wells River is open 24/7, 365 days a year. They were voted the best highway diner by Yankee Magazine. What an honor! They even give you the option of Take and Bake where you can take a meal home and bake it. My favorite part is that their menu is also in French – fun! The breakfast menu includes all the traditional fare and you know it’s going to be great! If you go for a meal other than breakfast I hear the pies are amazing: Reese’s pie or maple cream. Oh my goodness!
Blackwater Grill on Route 11 in Andover was recommended. People commented on the friendly atmosphere, good food, and attentive service. Lots of pictures of people enjoying their tasty meals. It’s a favorite spot for locals and a must for travelers to check out. Cash only.
Foothills Restaurant in Warner has traditional fare of pancakes, eggs, omelets, and French
toast. You can also find family favorite breakfast combinations like Poppy Jone’s
AM Fuel Up of biscuits and gravy, eggs, home fries, and a meat side. Sounds yummy.
They’re located right on Main
Collis Café at Dartmouth as made to order breakfast options like omelets. They also have fresh baked goods that are
popular with staff and students like Mary Ann’s scones, banana walnut bread, or
seven s bars (you can eat that for breakfast right?) One reviewer said their breakfast sandwich
was the best they ever had.
Which ones are your favorites?