Where to Eat
The Jury Box Cafe
The Jury Box features contemporary toasted sandwiches, gourmet salads, delicious soups, infused energy drinks, smoothies, breakfast fare, plus grab and go snack items. Designed for quick service, the new Jury Box will delight your senses and fuel your day.
Our philosophy is to provide great food and outstanding service. Visit us today!
- Sandwiches & soup
- Coffee, tea, smoothies & refreshing beverages
Angelina's Ristorante Italiano: 11 Depot St., (603) 228-3313
Dedicated to serving fine Italian cuisine. They offer gluten-free versions of many dishes.
Arnie's Place: 164 Loudon Rd., 228-3225
Award-winning barbecue and homemade ice cream.
The Barley House: 132 N. Main St., (603) 228-6363
Across from the State Capitol, a restaurant with a focus on local ingredients and beverages.
Bread & Chocolate: 29 South Main St., 228-3330
Superb cakes, tarts, pastries, bread and coffee.
Checkmate Pizza: 41 Washington St., 228-0555
Pizza, calzones, salads, and more.
Cheers: 17 Depot St., (603) 228-0180
Full family restaurant upstairs, bar downstairs. Outside seating in warmer months.
City Side Grille: 25 Manchester St., (603) 227-0884
Great for the morning after a night out – breakfast until 2:30 p.m.
The Common Man: S. Main St./Water St., (603) 228-3463
You can count on a good meal here. The pub area offers unlimited free cheese and crackers.
Corner View Restaurant: 80½ South St., (603) 229-4554
Popular breakfast place.
Granite Restaurant and Bar: 96 Pleasant St., (603) 227-9000
Seasonal menus influenced with French, Mediterranean, and Asian style using local New England products whenever possible. Excellent Sunday brunch.
Hermanos Cocina Mexicana: 11 Hills Avenue, 224-5669; Takeout: 228-5788
Great margaritas, and a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan options. Live jazz Sunday through Thursday nights.
House of India: 6 Pleasant St, (603) 227-5266
Craving curry? Tandoor? Naan? You'll find all the basics and more at this downtown restaurant.
Margaritas: 1 Bicentennial Square, (603) 224-2821
In the former Concord jail, this Mexican restaurant offers a full drinks and dinner menu.
Moritomo: Fort Eddy Shopping Center, (603) 224-8363
Great sushi – highly recommended by UNH Law students and alums.
Old Europe Mediterranean Fine Dining, 76 N. Main St., (603) 856-7181
Elegant dinners, tapas lunch offerings. In warm weather, take advantage of terrace seating to have a drink and look out over Main Street.
O Steaks & Seafood: 11 S. Main St., (603) 856-7925
Hand-cut steaks, inventive seafood dishes, like the signature Lobster Mac & Cheese. Extensive wine list, outdoor terrace seating next to Concord's independent movie theater downtown.
Siam Orchid: 158 North Main St., (503) 228-1529
A taste of Thailand, with many vegetarian as well as meat and fish offerings.
Sunny's Table: 11 Depot Street, (603) 225-8181
Eclectic menu featuring local ingredients, with an Asian flair.
Tea Garden: 184 North Main St., 228-4420
Great Chinese food.
Washington Street Café: 88 Washington St., 226-2699
Adjacent to the law school. Homemade muffins and other goodies for breakfast. For lunch, try their grinders.
White Mountain Gourmet Coffee: 15 Pleasant St., 228-3317
Coffee roasting on site, great place to pick up coffee by the pound. Affordable lunches, great ice cream shakes.