We’ll Miss These 20 New Hampshire Restaurants That Closed This Year
They say that all good things must come to an end.
As we enter the final month of 2022, folks are no doubt reflecting on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the past twelve months. Folks in the restaurant industry are no exception. They're almost certainly looking back on the past year, how it's fared for their business, and contemplating ways in which they can grow and evolve in 2023.
Unfortunately, some establishments haven't been so lucky, and have had to permanently close their doors for various reasons. These circumstances have undoubtedly saddened and even shocked patrons, who will continue to carry positive memories of time spent at these locations.
Maybe that small mom-and-pop diner was the place where you had your first date with your now-partner. Perhaps that bar was where you and your friends would hang out on Friday nights after the long work week. Then there's that one pizza place with the best pizza around...no other place made it quite the same. Or, maybe the restaurant you have in mind was simply a nice spot with great food and a relaxing atmosphere.
Whatever the case, we'll miss the many New Hampshire restaurants that closed their doors in 2022. Here's a look back at 20 that were mentioned by locals in the Seacoast Eats and New Hampshire Eats Facebook groups.
We'll Miss These 20 New Hampshire Restaurants That Closed in 2022
On the flip side of things, here are 30 restaurants in Seacoast New Hampshire and Maine that have opened their doors in the past two years.