We’ve been sharing suggestions with you on where to grab-n-go your meals in Downtown Nashua. Now that we’ve done blogs grouped by proximity, we thought it might be helpful to share those names with you grouped by restaurant type.
Starting this week, we’ll be sharing categories of eateries, to help you decide where you want to eat, and enable you to find new places to support, as our locally owned businesses continue to stay open for us despite their challenges.
Why not commit to #TakeoutTuesday every week, and expand your culinary horizons? Affordable and delicious options await you, with easy curbside pickup or delivery, and no grocery shopping and cooking for you!
This week, let’s explore our terrific breweries and the great food they offer. Many also offer takeout or delivery of Crowlers! Be sure to ask!
Bars, breweries, gastro-pubs
1 Elm St.
Books, Antiques, Rarities… What do those initials spell? CodeX is arguably the coolest and most unique joint in Nashua. The speakeasy sits at the corner of Elm and W. Pearl streets, and its entry is accessible only to those in the know! (Although, we think you’ll figure it out). A super-fun hangout decked out in early 20th-century Prohibition decor, you’ll find custom period cocktails, great food, silent films, live piano music, and an overall terrific vibe. Find your way in, and you won’t want to leave!
14 Court St.
Two beer-loving friends decided to open a craft brewery gastro-pub at the former site of Nashua’s historic Central Fire Station on Court Street (the same building as the theater). Now visitors can enjoy trivia nights, live music, great food and lots of local and ever-changing beer offerings.
Martha’s Exchange Restaurant & Brewery
185 Main Street
Martha’s has been a part of Downtown Nashua since they opened Martha’s Sweet Shoppe in 1936. They are committed to providing delicious food, craft beer and warm hospitality – and delectable candies! They’re offering contactless delivery service of their full menu, as well as seasonal specials and family meal deals – they’ll even bring you 16-oz. cans, 32-oz. Crowlers or 64-oz. Growlers, right to your door! Delivery hours are 4–8 pm Mon.–Fri. and 11:30 am–8 pm Sat.–Sun. Give them a call or order online HERE. Take-out and curbside pickups also available.
Odd Fellows Brewing Co.
124 Main St.
In addition to a wide variety of distinctive beers, the food menu at Odd Fellows draws from around the world. Delicious starters, sandwiches, sliders and main dishes include dishes from Korea, Greece, the Mediterranean, Thailand, Ireland, and from many regions of America. They also offer Sunday brunch. Be sure to takeout a four-pack of growlers with your meal! They’re closed on Tuesdays, but every night is the right time for takeout!
The Flight Center
97 Main St.
Now boarding! It’s still “hopping” at The Flight Center, who is still holding NFL Sundays with in-house specials, and Monday Trivia Nights, but are closed Tuesday and Wednesday. A craft-beer lounge, they offer 48 taps of local NH and NE craft beer, a retail bottle shop and light apps/lunch fare, featuring a nice variety of delicious wood-fired pizzas.
The Nashua Garden
121 Main St.
Famous for its incredible sandwiches, The Nashua Garden is a favorite of locals. Their fresh, Boston-baked bread is delivered daily, to create stellar, stacked sandwiches named after our local New England sports favorites – we recommend the Boggs! Open 365 days a year!
The Peddler’s Daughter
48 Main St.
Great craic (Irish for entertainment) and great food! The Peddler’s Daughter offers cozy and festive Irish vibes inside, and dining with a river view outside (seasonal). Offering across-the-pond classics like cottage pie, fried fish and chips, and bangers and mash, Ped’s menu also includes great potato variations like their spicy tots, “Irish nachos” made with kettle chips, and poutine. And don’t miss their many juicy burgers! Enjoy it all with a choice from their long list of beer, wine, specialty drinks made with Irish staples, and more.