The Best Place to Eat Turkey Dinner in New Hampshire Serves Thanksgiving Foods Year-Round
Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and in our humble opinion, the big day can't come fast enough.
Thanksgiving is a welcome holiday to pause and be grateful for what we have. Not only is it the perfect opportunity to spend time with family and friends, but maybe you and your loved ones have special holiday traditions. Some people like watching the Macy's Parade or football, while others love celebrating 'friendsgiving', preparing to go Black Friday shopping, and more.
But of course, the main Turkey Day event is the FOOD in all its scrumptious, amazing glory. Everyone has their favorite Thanksgiving foods, but what's the most popular place in New Hampshire to enjoy a turkey dinner? Well, that's where FinanceBuzz comes in.
The finance website shared this list of the most popular places in each state that offer turkey dinners, "whether it’s Thanksgiving buffets or a good old turkey sandwich covered in gravy." Their selection for New Hampshire is a no-brainer, considering the establishment basically celebrates Thanksgiving year-round.
Hart's Turkey Farm in Meredith, New Hampshire
Anyone who's visited Hart's Turkey Farm Restaurant will totally understand why this family-owned establishment was featured by FinanceBuzz.
Open since 1984, Hart's Turkey Farm specializes in serving amazing, home-style meals to the Lakes Region. They've got it all, from a tavern and seasonal deck to a summer sister location, Akwa Marina Beach Bar, which serves seafood dishes at the Akwa Marina Yacht Club in Laconia.
As for the Thanksgiving eats on the Hart's menu? Here's some insight from FinanceBuzz:
As its name implies, turkey is always on the menu.
The most common option is the regular turkey plate with 5.5 ounces of decadent turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and gravy, but they also offer bigger and smaller versions.
Doesn't that sound fantastic? The only thing better than Thanksgiving is Thanksgiving year-round. To learn more about Hart's Turkey Farm, click here.
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