Where to find St. Patrick's Day pub fare
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day, but there's more to being Irish than drinking green beer or a pint of Guinness. So here's some great food options at various pubs around the state to keep your tolerance up.
Great Irish Restaurants in New Hampshire
64 Main Street
What you should try: Beer-battered haddock, fried in canola oil. Served with fries and Irish slaw.
48 Main Street
What you should try: Beer-battered fresh haddock wrapped in newspaper and served with hand-cut regular or sweet potato fries.
21 Kosciuszko Street
What you should try: Haddock dipped in Harp beer batter. Served with fries or onion rings.
909 Elm Street
What you should try: Haddock deep-fried in a Magners cider and Harp beer batter. Served with steak fries and homemade slaw.
90 Lake Street
What you should try: Market-fresh cod, battered in Harp beer. Served with thick hand-cut fries.
The Shannon Door Pub and Restaurant
What you should try: The traditional Shepherds' Pie.
Salt Hill Pub
Four locations: Lebanon, Newport, Hanover and Mount Sunapee
What you should try: Irish bangers and mashed potatoes with Guinness stout cabbage and bacon.