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4 Reasons Why NH Seafood Is Always Popular

Seafood in NH is always a popular choice. But why do we love it so much? There are many reasons; let’s look at a few of the big ones.

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Why We Love Fried Seafood

Why is fried food so good? Join us to find out why we love fried food, and then come to Bentley’s for the best fried seafood in New Hampshire!

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Restaurants in Amherst NH: Thanksgiving Sandwiches

Sure, we all know and love the classic Thanksgiving leftover sandwich, but do you know how it all started? Read more to find out!

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Clams vs Mussels: We’re Talking the Best NH Seafood

Do you know your clams from your mussels? Here’s how to tell the difference so you know what you’re getting when you order NH seafood.

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Nashua Subs, Grinders, and Hoagies – Which Do You Prefer?

Subs, sandwiches, hoagies …. we’re here to clear the air.

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Amherst NH Restaurants Ask: Are Frappes and Milkshakes the Same?

Are frappes and milkshakes the same? Let us answer this very important question facing Amherst, NH, restaurants.

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Try Out These Beer & BBQ Recipes For Father’s Day!

Ready for Father’s Day? Get grilling with these beer-focused recipes!

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Subs Nashua NH: What’s Your Sandwich Called?

Many would argue that a sandwich is the perfect meal. You can hold it in your hand and it’s got everything you need in it.

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Seafood NH: Let’s Talk Scallops

While we love a good lobster roll or some fried clams, and shrimp is the most popular seafood in America, they’re not the only seafood out there.

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Bentley’s Roast Beef: Behind the Beef

Take a drive through New England and you’ll soon discover that roast beef is more than just a sandwich to us. Here’s why the Roast Beef sandwich is a staple New England food!

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