Hanover Street Chophouse

Give the steakhouse a spin for lunch



The Hanover Street Chophouse not only offers a fine dining experience in the evening with aged steaks and fresh seafood, but, except for summer, you can find a taste of elegance at lunchtime too. Classic salads of Caesar and Cobb plus an interesting Vintner’s salad offer a light touch. Their Box Lunch ($16) is a three-selection offering with choice of soup, salad or starters and maybe a Boston-cut New York strip steak with a side of summer vegetables or hand-cut fries. Their USDA 8-ounce prime burgers — like the Mac Daddy, an upscale version of the fast-food classic — have won national awards. Find it served as sliders on Fridays. On Thursdays, they offer a fresh-picked lobster roll, and, on Wednesday, find raw bar offerings. Sandwiches range from a lobster grilled cheese to a chicken BLT. Of course, sea scallops, steaks and chops are represented too, but they’re size- and pocketbook-friendly. In the evening, find a special bar menu and piano music on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Hanover Street Chophouse
149 Hanover St.
Manchester
(603) 644-2467

Open daily for dinner at 5 p.m. Lunch is served Wednesday to Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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