Good Eats

This week, in both the greater Manchester area and Nashua, is a great time to try that restaurant you've had on your list or to return to an old favorite. Two great events - the Greater Manchester Restaurant Week and Nashua's Fall Feast Week - offer diners a chance to try multiple restaurants without completely breaking the bank.

Manchester Restaurant Week

When: October 17-24

Where: Manchester, Merrimack, Bedford, New Boston and Goffstown

The Deal: Three course prix fixe meal at $29.95

During the Greater Manchester Restaurant Week participating restaurants have each crafted - at minimum - a three course prix fixe meal for $29.95 (does not include drinks, taxes or gratuity). Restaurants are free to add other items to the menu, such as a signature cocktail or an additional course. You can find PDFs of all the menus at the Restaurant Week website.

Participating Restaurants:

The Bedford Village Inn


A Caribbean Affair

Chen Yang Li


The Derryfield

Drumlins Restaurant at Stonebridge Country Club

Firefly American Bistro and Bar

Fratello's Ristorante Italiano

Hanover Street Chop House

Ignite Bar and Grille

Kiki's Restaurant

900 Degrees

Nutfield Ale and Steak House at the Four Points by Sheraton

The Pavilion at Hilton Garden Inn

Portland Pie Co.


Richard's Bistro

T-BONES Great American Eatery

Tenderloin Room Steak and Seafood Grille at the Chateau

The Way We Cook

Wings Your Way


Z Food and Drink

Feast WeekWhen: October 18–22

Where: Downtown Nashua

The Deal: Specials vary from restaurant to restaurant.

During Fall Feast Week, participating restaurants each offer their own specials - from prix fixe meals to a percentage taken off the bill. Visit the Down Town Nashua website for a complete list of the offered deals.

Participating Restaurants:

Cafe India

Cafe Europa

Fody's Tavern

Giant of Siam

Margarita's Mexican Restaurant

Michael Timothy's

Pearl St. Pizza

Saffron Bistro

San Francisco Kitchen

Stella Blu


The Peddler's Daughter

Thousand Crane II


Villa Banca

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