NH1 Top 5: The best burger joints in NH
The weather is starting to heat up, and what goes better with warmer temperatures than a delicious burger?
If you ask us, not a whole lot.
This NH1 Top 5 takes a look at some great places to grab a hamburger across the Granite State.
5. Arnie's Place - 164 Loudon Road, Concord
Yelpers loved the diner-like atmosphere of Arnie's Place. They praised the restaurant's ability to produce the BBQ classics: burgers, dogs and chicken at a high quality for a reasonable price. Arnie's website boasts an in-house smoker for BBQ meats, and an array of homemade ice cream.
4. The Farm Bar & Grille - 1181 Elm St., Manchester
The Farm Bar and Grille can deliver a classic burger, or something more carnivorously creative, such as half a pound of angus topped with pulled pork, or a burger capped with a fried egg and bacon breakfast. As for quality, yelpers referred to beef that melted in the mouth. Imagine that. Melting beef.
3. b. good - 219 Daniel Webster Highway, Nashua
Customers love how this burger place allows diners to live up to its namesake. Reviewers were enthused about the burgers came with beef, turkey, chicken and veggie options. Try any of those options incarnated as the cousin oliver: "lettuce, tomato, onions, Chef Tony's homemade pickle," or the West-Side: "avocado, cilantro, fresh salsa, chipotle puree, lime," just to name a few.
2. Lexie's Joint - 212 Islington St., Portsmouth
Lexie's customers are enthralled with the Green Lantern burger, which is topped with "Cheddar Cheese / Chimmichurri / Tomato / Avocado." But don't stop there, because Lexie's is a prolific burger producer. Try the Urban Cowboy, Blue Angel, Highway Man, and Stairway to heaven (all burgers) on your near-guaranteed returns.
1. Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery - 135 Main Street, North Woodstock
The greatest experience of your life, but only if you survive it. The Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery is its lair.
The Death by Burger is a beast bigger than a softball. The toothpick that pins the tower of bacon, beef and cheese together is a steak knife. It weighs in at three pounds. It will put you in a coma. Every New Hampshirite should ba ptize his or her digestive system with this benediction of cow, pig and cheese at least once. I hope this will not truely be the last burger you ever eat. But if it is, what a way to go.