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Concord NH Restaurants & Attractions

Concord NH is the capital and the heart of the state of New Hampshire.  There is so much to see and do in Concord, NH.  Here are just a few ideas for dining, arts, entertainment, parks, attractions and wildlife in the Concord NH area.


Concord NH Restaurants


Szechuan Garden Restaurant

 108 Fisherville Rd.

Concord, NH


 Monday through Thursday from 11:30-10pm

 Friday and Saturday from 11:30-11pm

 Szechuan Garden Restaurant has been serving Concord residents since 1994.  The restaurant offers great luncheon and dinner specials.


Tea Garden Restaurants

 184 North Main St.

Concord, NH


 The Tea Garden offers the best in Mandarin, Szechuan and Hunan cuisine.


The Draft Sports Bar and Grill

 67 South Main St.

Concord, NH


 The Draft Sports bar and Grill offers home-style American food with a menu filled with beef, chicken and seafood entrees.


The Washington Street Café

 88 Washington St 228-2000

 The Washington Street Café has been doing business as Durgin Lane Catering and Washington Street Café and Catering since 1985.  They offer a five course Middle Eastern dinner each Friday night for $22.95.


Hermanos Cocina Mexicana

 11 Hills Ave.

Concord, NH


 Hermanos was voted Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England Editor’s Pick. They offer live jazz entertainment Sunday through Thursday evenings.  The restaurant features three dining rooms and a lounge upstairs.


Makris Lobster and Steak House

 354 Sheep Davis Rd.

Concord, NH


 The Makris family has been in business since the early 1900’s.  In 1994, the restaurant became Makris Lobster and Steak House by adding steak to its existing menu of seafood and lobster.


The Common Man Restaurant

 25 Water St.

Concord, NH


 The first Common Man Restaurant opened on Main St in Ashland, NH in 1971.  In 2000, the Common Man Restaurant replaced the Capital City Diner in Concord NH.  They have incredible food here.  My recommendation is the Baked Scallops.  They are baked with butter, lemon and Ritz crackers.

 Concord NH Arts & Entertainment


The Capitol Center for the Arts

 44 South Main St.

Concord, NH


 The Capitol Center for the Arts opened in 1927.  The theater seats 1,310 people and features today’s hottest Broadway shows such as Der Rosenkavalier, Carmen and Hamlet.


McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center

(Formally The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium)

2 Institute Dr.

Concord, NH 03301-7422

 The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium is open seven days a week for all the star gazers in Concord NH.  The Concord planetarium boasts a 40 foot domed theater.  They have some great programs such as Black Holes which take you on a journey through these amazing phenomena of black holes.


The Concord City Auditorium

 39 Green St.

Concord, NH


 The Concord City Auditorium is a gorgeous historic theater owned and held in trust by the City of Concord NH.  It was built in 1904 and restored with volunteer community support.


The Museum of New Hampshire History

 6 Eagle Square

Concord, NH


 The museum of NH History caters to thousands of visitors each year and teaches about NH history, research library, educational programs and award-winning programs.  The store features a wide range of NH books, products and crafts.


Concord NH Parks


Bear Brook State Park

 157 Deerfield Rd.

Allenstown, NH

(just outside of Concord)


 Bear Brook is home to 10,000 acres of developed state park.  There are 40 miles of trails that lead to seldom visited marshes, bogs, summits and ponds. These trails are used for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, OHRV use, like snowmobiles, dirt bikes and 4-Wheelers. Bear Brook is also home to two archery ranges.


Concord NH Recreation


 Concord is home to many fishing spots.  Turtletown Pond and Hoit Road Marsh is great for catching fish such as Black Crappie, Horseshoe Pond is home to Blue Gill, Hothole Pond boasts Brook Trout, Brown Trout can be found in the Merrimack River and Hornpout is home in Turkey Pond.


 Concord is also home to avid hunting grounds.  The general rule is that archery season is usually mid-September through Med-December, Muzzleloader runs from the end of October through the middle of November, Firearms run mid-November through the beginning of December.  There are many species to be hunted including white-tailed deer, moose, wild turkey, black bear, waterfowl, small game and pheasant.


 If boating is more your style then Concord is the place to be.  There are several public access boating sites in Concord.  The Everett Arena Boat Ramp dips into the Merrimack River.  This boat ramp is located on Loudon Rd.  Hoit Road Marsh is located at Hoit Pond.  The Turtletown Pond is located off Exit 16 on Rte 93.


 Geocaching is a hot new part of recreation.  It is basically a game of hide n seek where you search for hidden treasures with a handheld GPS device.  Imagine all the treasures hidden around Concord.


Concord NH Country Clubs


The Concord Country Club

 Country Club Lane 228-8963

 It has been said that this is one of the most challenging golf courses in New Hampshire.  The front nine fairways are wide open and the back nine fairways are narrow and tree lined. 

Concord NH Wildlife


 Bird watching is something that many NH residents love to do.  There are 367 species of birds that have been seen in NH.  And in case you didn’t know, the state bird of NH is Purple Finch.  The Audubon Society of NH has a resource called Silk Farm Audubon Center in Concord.  The center has some spectacular live animals, programs and walking trails.


Concord NH Attractions


The NH State House

 41 State Street

Concord, NH.


 The State House Visitors Center is open year round for guided and self guided tours Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm.  This state house is the oldest state house in the nation.  The tour will talk you through places so you will have a greater understanding of the value and heritage of New Hampshire.


Concord NH Shopping


Lindt Chocolate Shop

 Loudon Rd.

Concord NH.

Steeplegate Mall in Concord NH has over 75 stores including popular stores such as Old Navy, Gap, Radio Shack, American Eagle and Aeropostale.


Flagworks Over America LLC

 6 North Main St.

Concord NH.


 Flagworks specializes in American flags, military flags, country flags and flog poles.


Gibson’s Bookstore

 27 South Main St.

Concord, NH.


 Gibson’s Bookstore is the only independent bookstore in Concord.  They have a nice selection of current and classic books.  The bookstore also has reading, lectures, author signings and a café.


The NH Lottery

 14 Integra Dr.

Concord, NH


 The NH Lottery offers over 70 different instant scratch games.  They also offer games like Powerball, Megabucks and Pick 3.








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