Home to award-winning chefs and restaurants, downtown Nashua has something to suit everyone’s taste and pocket book. Visit participating restaurants during Restaurant Week:
Arena Sports Bar & Grill is happy to offer guests 20% off their delicious food menu during Restaurant Week.
Margaritas Mexican Restaurant will be offering a new Fall menu starting Tuesday, September 22. Stop by to check it out!
MT’s Local Kitchen & Wine Bar‘s three course $29.95 prix fixe dinner is sure to be a favorite. Dishes include Roasted Pumpkin Bisque, Wood Grilled Swordfish and a choice of two delicious desserts. View the full menu here.
Visit O’Briens Sports Bar to find out their Restaurant Week special.
The Peddler’s Daughter diners will enjoy 20% off their food check during Restaurant Week.
San Francisco Kitchen will give you 10% off your check to celebrate Restaurant Week.
Stella Blu is offering 20% off their special menu of Stella Blu classics, which includes Paella, Shrimp & Grits and Albondigas.
Villa Banca‘s sumptious 3-course dinner offers some great Fall flavors with choices that include Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Braised Beef Brisket and Pumpkin Pana Cotta all for $27. Click here for the full menu.
Great American Downtown is pleased to announce a partnership with The Farmers Dinner to bring the first annual Main St Farmers Dinner Kick-off to Restaurant Week to downtown Nashua on Sunday, September 21, 2014, 5-9pm. This farm-to-table event is a celebration of local food and cooking, and will be a spectacular kick-off to Restaurant Week. The six-course menu will feature an outdoor pig roast along with dishes highlighting seasonal local produce created by chefs from Estabrook Grill, JajaBelle’s, MT’s Local, The Peddlers Daughter, Portland Pie Co., Riverside Barbeque, Riverwalk Cafe, Stella Blu, Surf, and Villa Banca. The dinner will also feature beer created by local breweries, including downtown’s own Martha’s Exchange and wine by Fulchino Vineyard of Hollis, NH.
TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD-OUT!
We are looking for VOLUNTEERS throughout the day and evening at the Farmers Dinner on September 21. Please call Rebecca Dixon at 883-5700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help.
Main Street will be closed to traffic and festively decorated with white lights, hay bales, corn stalks and pumpkins. Long, linen-clad tables will be set up down the middle of the street with seating for over 200 guests. A multi-course dinner created by downtown chefs using locally sourced food from neighboring farms which will be served family style together with samples of locally produced wine and beer. Throughout the evening guests will enjoy musical entertainment and hear speakers address issues such as biodiversity and sustainability. Guests will also receive recipe cards of dishes from the evening’s menu to replicate at home. Local farms will set up an impromptu Farmers Market for diners to purchase the seasonal produce used to create their meal.