Due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we are canceling this year’s event.



SUNDAY, SEPT. 22, 2019

DINNER 3:30 – 6:30 PM

JOIN US! Downtown Nashua’s favorite chefs are teaming up with local producers from the Nashua Farmers Market to show off their culinary prowess by transforming the bounty of NH’s fields and farmers
– right in the middle of Main Street!

It’s Harvest Dinner time in Downtown Nashua!

ABOUT THE EVENT: You will dine on a closed section of Main Street (the block bordered by Pearl Street, featuring Surf and Fratello’s). The six-course, farm-to-table meal will also give guests the option of beer and wine pairings, especially selected to enhance each course.

You will also enjoy live music, great stories, and a festive atmosphere.
Gather your foodie friends and make it a group event,
full of delicious food and shared memories!

We Are Excited to Announce the Menu for the 2019 Dinner on Main Street!

Guests may select optional beer or wine pairing when purchasing tickets, and must display proper ID at registration for this ticket type. Please note that menu is subject to slight changes, as our ingredients are seasonal and availability can be impacted a variety of factors. Source farms for ingredients will be included in the menu provided the night of the event, as this will depend on product availability.

Dinner on Main Street: A Harvest Celebration Menu

Hors d’Oeuvres

City Moose Cafe: Homemade, hand-cut potato chips, served with a traditional onion dip, and a Dunk’s Mushroom dip.

Stella Blu: Roasted garlic hummus.

Paired with our signature cocktails, prepared by On The Rocks Bartending Services, made with your choice from three options: a craft cocktail made with Flag Hill Distillery & Winery’s Rye; a glass of La Crescent sparkling wine from Flag Hill; or a special craft beer – Honey Citra Ale or South Border Lager – from Liquid Therapy brewpub.


“Amuse-bouche a small plate, sometimes a pre-appetizer. It means “To amuse the mouth” in French.

jajaBelles: Lamb and beef stuffed grape leaf, with an egg-lemon sauce.

First course:

MT’s Local: Sweet, local corn soup. Corn-off-the-cob cream soup with red pepper relish and chive oil.

Served with classic dinner rolls from Great Harvest Bread.

Second course:

Peddler’s Daughter: Beet carpaccio over arugula dressed with mint vinaigrette, with honey-whipped goat cheese, topped with toasted almonds.

Paired with M Sparkling Rose from Appolo Vineyards, or Oktoberfest fromMartha’s Exchange Brewery.

Third course:

Surf: Oven-roasted scallops, with cauliflower puree, local tomato Aglio olio, roasted hazelnut, and chive gremolata.

Paired with Biancco from Fulchino Vineyard, or Clocktower Wit fromMillyard Brewery.

Fourth course:

Fratello’s Italian Grille: Harvest squash risotto. With cranberry-pistachio crostini, cider reduction, chestnut puree, microgreens, and shaved ricotta salata.

Paired with Hollis Vino from Fulchino Vineyard, or Vision IPA from Odd Fellows Brewery.

Fifth course:

Riverside Barbeque Co.: Pulled pork on blueberry hoecakes. Hickory-smoked pulled pork, blueberry cornbread pancakes, house coleslaw topped with sweet raspberry wine coulis.

Paired with True Blue by Averill House Vineyard or Smoked Porter from Martha’s Exchange.

Sixth Course, Dessert:

Crosby Bakery: Apple pie with homemade whipped cream.

Riverwalk Cafe: Coffee service.


Great American Downtown is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. This is a ticketed event and proceeds will be reinvested in Great American Downtown’s mission of greater vibrancy in Downtown Nashua, New Hampshire.

August is NH Eat Local Month! Learn more about Great American Downtown’s programming focus around local food at DowntownNashua.org/Local

Thank you to our sponsors!