Mac & Cheese To Go, Please!




Macaroni and cheese is the quintessential winter comfort food. Here are four great places you can get it quickly and on the go.

And the winner is...Mr. Mac's Macaroni and CheeseWe tried the Classic All American with cheddar cheese that tastes just like Mom used to make, only better (sorry, Mom). Creamy, cheesy, very buttery with that home-baked feel ready in 10-15 minutes. Many other varieties are available or create your own from their list of ingredients. $4.99 for a small, $6.99 medium or $11.99 family-size.

497 Hooksett Rd., Manchester

(603) 606-1760, mr-macs.com

Three more great to-go mac 'n cheese spots

The Carry Out CaféFeeling rushed? Don't know what to make for dinner? Stop in at the Carry Out Café, attached to Mr. Steer's, and pick up their macaroni and cheese. Many other hot and cold meals are offered. $6.99 medium size easily feeds two.

27 Buttrick Rd., Londonderry

(603) 965-2988, thecarryoutcafe.com

Extra Touch Gourmet CaféThis macaroni and cheese, made with penne and a very creamy cheese sauce, has a mild flavor. A small sit-down area is available, but it's a great place to stop to bring something home for later.

4 Hawthorne Dr., Bedford, attached to the New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute

(603) 488-6620, extratouchgourmet.com

Circa 1906If you're looking for something a little unusual to bring home, Circa 1906's ready-to-heat macaroni and cheese, made with shells, is creamy and herbaceous, with a touch of garlic. Seasoned well, it's an interesting new take on a classic dish. $6.95 for a medium size.

1362 River Rd., Manchester, (603) 518-5632

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