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Best Coffee Shops in NH


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Adelle’s Coffee House

 3 Hale St.

Dover, NH

603-742-1737

 Adelle’s Coffee House is located in the heart of Dover across from City Hall.  I love going there in the winter because they have specialty coffees.  I have two favorites at the moment.  The Peppermint Latte and the Banana Mocha are out of this world.  Banana Mocha may not sound like a great combination but you’d be pleasantly surprised how delicious it is.  In addition, Adelle’s also serves a wide variety of coffees, espressos, teas and Italian sodas.  TO go with your delicious coffee, I highly recommend a nice toasted bagel with veggie cream cheese.

 


 

 Café Monte Alto

 83 Main St.

 Plymouth, NH.

603-536-6323

 Café Monte Alto was opened in 1997.  But there is a long history to this family owned business.  The family business was actually started in 1936 when the 1st generation of coffee growers started a coffee plantation in Peru.  That plantation has won the “Gold Bean” award from the Specialty Coffee Association of America.  The coffee beans used at Café Monte Alto are of the Arabica family.  Ok now that we have the history of the place out of the way, let’s take coffee.  The coffee I would recommend is the Caracolillo coffee.  It is a rich coffee with a fruity flavor.  Delicious!

 


 

 Dirt Cowboy Café

            75 South Main St.

Hanover, NH.

603-643-1323

 Dirt Cowboy Café has some of the best coffee in town.  They have a selection of coffees from Africa, the Pacific, and the Caribbean.  I am a huge fan of coffee blends and flavored coffees.  My fave is the Canoe Club Blend which is a blend of African, Latin, American and Asian beans.  The coffee is a bit smoky and chocolaty at the same time.  In addition to coffees, the café also has a great selection of teas.  The Dirt Cowboy Café has been in business since 1993 and serves hundreds and hundreds of customers a day.  They have been voted “Best Gourmet Coffee Shop” for 7 years straight.

 


 

 Frontside Grind

            2760 White Mountain Highway (Rt. 16)

 North Conway, NH.

603-356-3603

 This popular coffee shop has quite a story to tell.  The coffee shop came about in 1997 when two snowboarders decided there is probably more to life than being snowboard bums.  After spending quite a bit of time working at various coffee shops, they decided to open one of their own.  Frontside Grind offers various types of coffees and espressos.  I have a few recommendations for you.  If you love candy bars then you will enjoy their candy car lattes.  My favorite is the Peanut Butter Cup latte.  If blended frozen drinks are more your style, then you have to try the Mocha Java Frappe.  And while you are sitting down enjoying your coffee, try some of their delicious food.  My recommendations?  The Poppy Seed Bagel with jam, the veggie and cream cheese wrap or a cinnamon roll.

 


 

 The Java Cup

 37 Pleasant St.

Claremont, NH.

603-542-2222

 The Java Cup is located in the heart of downtown Claremont and offers the best in coffee, sandwiches and baked goods.  Their coffee is organic and so tasty.  My favorite here is the Café Aztec.  The Café Aztec is fresh steamed espresso, sweet cocoa, heavy cream, cinnamon and nutmeg and topped with shaved chocolate and shipped cream.  Is your mouth watering yet?  They also offer tea, hot cocoa, Italian soda, smoothies, sandwiches, salads and soup.

 


 

 Metropolitan Coffee House and Fine Art Gallery

 2680 Main St.

 North Conway, NH.

603-356-2332

 If you love coffee and enjoy fine art, then this is the place for you.  This place is amazing and so much more than a coffee shop.  My favorite area at the Metropolitan Coffee House and Fine Art Gallery is the fireplace room with in-house computer and Wi-Fi internet access.  The coffee house has been named “The Best Coffee House in the North Country” by New Hampshire Magazine.  The shop houses beautiful fine art from not only the Mount Washington Valley but from all over the world as well.  In addition to coffee and fine art, they also have local musicians, poets and storytellers.  This is a genuine coffee house in that they don’t serve salads, sandwiches or soups, just great coffee.  I recommend the Egg Nog Latte.

 


 

 Silver Moon Creperie

 20 Third St.

 Dover, NH.

603-742-6150

 In addition to tasty coffee, Silver Moon also offers the best Panini sandwiches and crepes.  My recommendation for the best Panini sandwich is the veggie Panini which is made with grilled eggplant, roasted red peppers, pesto and mozzarella.  As for the best in crepes, I would recommend the white chocolate with raspberry crepe.  My beverage of choice here is the Double Espresso.

 


 

 The Black Bean Café

 76 Front St.

Rollinsford, NH.

603-740-4555

 Not only does The Black Bean Café serves delicious coffee.  They have a great breakfast and lunch selection as well.  The Black Bean Café serves great fresh brewed coffee, espresso, latte, cappuccino and tea.  I have been here both for breakfast and lunch and for breakfast I recommend The Usual which is 2 eggs, toast, home fries and your choice of ham, sausage or bacon.  For lunch, I have 2 favorites.  One is the Carboni Salad which is made with greens, snap peas, grape tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, bacon, ham, provolone and turkey pinwheels and topped with creamy Italian dressing.  I also love the Northend Italian Baguette made with salami, ham, pepperoni, provolone and mozzarella cheeses, roasted red peppers, basil and house dressing.

 


 


 

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