Sonny's Tavern



The gastropub menu here offers a Southern twist supplanted with a dazzling craft cocktail list featuring a smoked Manhattan. Kick back and relax with classic black-and-white movies playing on TV. Find Carolina-style fried chicken (pictured at left) or try the seafood gumbo ($15). The Sonny’s Burger is a popular request and has spawned a concept of its own with Eastern Burger Company in Stratham. For Sunday brunch there’s a salmon cake Benedict and the inventive fried green tomato version with smoked ham ($10). Or how about housemade biscuits stacked with chorizo gravy ($10)? Round it out with a side of cheesy grits for $3.

 

Sonny’s Tavern

328 Central Ave., Dover

(603) 343-4332

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