Comfort Inn Airport
298 Queen City Avenue
Manchester, NH 03102
Phone: (603) 668-2600
Fax: (603) 625-2081
Bars & Cafes
Blake's Restaurant has a legacy of serving mouthwatering breakfast and delectable ice creams for over three decades now. Dig into a perfectly golden omelet topped with fresh vegetables, sauce and cheese as you polish off a portion of delicious muffin for breakfast. Meat lovers will love the succulent entrées on offer as well as the stuffed sandwiches and burgers that will make you come back for more. Special menus for tiny tots ensure that they eat up every last crumb off their plate. Wash it all down with a steaming cup of coffee as you get ready to take on the day. The perfect end to this culinary journey would be one of the signature or classic ice creams that will melt in your mouth and make you crave for more! Check website for more details.
Unwined is the premier wine bar in the Manchester area. The tables are far enough apart that privacy is not an issue, and if you are in need of some help choosing which wine to try, the wait staff is glad to help you out. There are appetizers and entrees available for those hungry as well as thirsty. Found in a strip mall, do not be offput by the location, with great food and a chance to learn about new wines, this little place is exactly what Manchester needs.
Murphy's Taproom has created a blend of American and Irish cultures that is welcoming to all. With 24 different beers on tap, many people come to indulge in a beer. But the menu is also rather extensive and includes all the expected foods such as Chicken Tenders, Nachos, and Burgers. But also on the menu are a few more varied options, such as Stuffed Mushroom Caps, Pear and Gorgonzola Salad, and Sweet Basil Sirloin Tips. Don't forget to indulge in desserts like Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding, Cheesecake, or Flourless Chocolate Torte. Flat screen televisions ensure that you will not miss the game and a smoke free environment will keep you smelling good for the whole night.
Sports fans always fall short of places where they can cheer loudly for their teams. Johnny Bad's Sports Bar and Grill is different from others because here you can cheer to your hearts content without being reprimanded for the noise level. Located strategically opposite Verizon Wireless Arena, this bar is popular among sports buffs. Several televisions are hooked in the bar. The food too is excellent considering that the bar is small as compared to others in the area. Their burgers, sandwiches and fries are simply delicious. The service too is notable. Along with the usual beer, there are other cocktails to choose from. It's a great place for sports enthusiasts where they can be themselves and have fun.
Get your freak on as you come down to Wally & Bernie's. This classy restro-bar brings the beautiful people together for night after night of sexy fun. With a extensive liquor list and bites to go with, WB's is for all things young, hip and happening, Open throughout the week except Mondays, WB offers weeklong entertainment with their themed nights. From Goddess parties on Thursdays to Saturday night specials to Game nights on Wednesdays, WB has something for everyone. Located in the heart of the city, Wally & Bernie's (WB's) is the place for a fantastic night about town.
Located just on the corner of Elm Street in Manchester, Rachel's Coffee Shoppe attracts foodies for a sip of hot coffee and bite of delicious muffins, hot egg sandwiches and fruit cups. The shop's smoked ham and broiled chicken, salads, desserts and home made soups will make up for a great lunch and dinner menu. Rachel's Coffee Shoppe also caters to weddings, parties and to corporate events, so if throwing a bash for your friends is on your mind, contact the store.
Not content with having 40 televisions, TJ's has gone the extra mile and has 40 high-definition television on which patrons can watch a variety of different programs. If you are looking for a little bit of quality baseball, head over to TJ's where all Red Sox games are shown. Offering a variety of food from clams to burgers, TJ's is known for their $5 Miller High Life pitchers. Happy hour is held M-F from 4p-7p and has a variety of drink specials including Jager Bombs. Located just across from Veterans Memorial Park, limited outdoor seating is available.
Craving for some Greek food, then head to this downtown restaurant Athens. The outward appearance of the restaurant does not allure but the food available is great. The service is quick and friendly and the prices reasonable. Locals swear by the Stuffed Grape Leaves with lemon sauce or Dolmade among other scrumptious food items. Call ahead for further details.
The clubbing scene of New Hampshire might not be very happening, but Club 313 is one of the best-known places in town to party. Karaoke fans will rejoice as this club has a complete room dedicated to them. 313 is a mixed bag of sorts where there is no restriction to the kind of crowd you'll find here: from teenagers to middle-aged people and from hip-hop artists to gays, they all come here to party. They have interesting offers on drinks too, especially on Thurst Daze Thursday's and Life's a Drag Saturday's. Keep an eye on the website for their monthly specials or call for latest details. Kindly note that they don't accept credit cards.
House within the Stadium Ten Pin , City Sports Grille is an ideal place togather in some friends and rivals and enjoy the game of the season. The restaurant offers a pub style spread that is easy, hassle free and best with a guzzle of beer. The large screen TVs, table top treats and evening specials create a great atmosphere for all sports fans. With the arcade and bowling alley housed within the same venue, the grille sees an endless stream of customers. Loud, friendly and packed with fun, City Sports Grill is the best place to watch have a game night out.
Located on the corner of Elm and Merrimack, J.W. Hill's location in the center of town is a great place to watch a game, catch a fast work lunch, or hang out at night. The menu includes a variety of bar food items and more healthful and flavorful dishes. For dinner, try the Turkey Bravo Wrap which comes with cranberry mayonnaise. The desserts are scrumptious: Peach Cobbler, Apple Pie, and Chocolate Cake all grace the menu. On the rare occasion when sports aren't playing on the screens, play airhockey or foosball at the tables. Ladies Night is on Thursdays where drinks are half off for all women. On Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday this place opens at 11.30am.
Passing through Manchester, you might just miss out on an opportunity to taste the local flavor at the Café 324, a small restaurant located in the Manchester mills area. Surrounded by very industrial-looking buildings, one doesn't expect a restaurant to be here, but there lies Café 324, in all it unassuming awesomeness. Founded with the intention of feeding the mill workers better food in a good place, this restaurant is now a favorite of the locals as well as a few visitors. Known for its extensive breakfast fare, this restaurant is packed in the mornings. Of course they also offer inviting light meals and desserts. For further information please see the website.