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Hanover, NH is home to Dartmouth College. Years later, the words of President Eisenhower are still accurate, that is it what a college town should look like. Along with a number of first-rate restaurants, there is a great variety of things to do through Dartmouth College, and the local movie theater, located on Main Street, called the Nugget Theater has four screens running every day (603-643-2769).
Some of the local favorite dining options:


9 South Street - Hanover, NH  03755  (603) 643-9500  www.RamuntosPizza.com 
In the heart of Hanover and a great site for a team meal, or call ahead for pick-up to take back to your hotel.
Highest quality New York pizza plsu handcrafted strombolis and calzones and a full menu.  Plenty of great beers and wine too.  Five flat screens surround hte restaurant and bar area and a great patio for the warmer days too!

(603) 643-4075 
Located in the heart of downtown Hanover, this is a favorite of many Upper Valley hockey players. The Buffalo wings are not to be missed.

MOLLY’S  (603) 643-2750 www.blueskyrestaurants.com
Right in downtown Hanover, this family favorite has great brick oven pizza, terrific sandwiches and pastas, as well as great margaritas. 

7 Lebanon Street - Hanover, NH 03755 -  603.676.7855  www.SaltHillPub.com
Join us for affordable, hand crafted Irish American pub fare, and an awesome selection of craft beers -- real pints, at great prices!

JESSE’S STEAKHOUSE (603) 643-4111 www.blueskyrestaurants.com.
Located just a mile from downtown on Route 120, this hugely popular steakhouse (with a great salad bar) is always a popular choice.

EBA's (603) 643-6135    www.ebas.com  
Great pizza place with a full menu and host of many pre-game meals for Dartmouth teams.  


Primarily located on Route 12A off exit 20 of I-89 in tax-free New Hampshire, “West Leb” is home to every major chain restaurant and a number of major retailers, including Wal-Mart, Best-Buy, K-Mart, Border’s, and many more. Golf & Ski is one of the region’s best local stores, and is at the far end of Route 12A (½ mile from exit 20 of I-89- across from Border’s/Wal-Mart and next to the soon to be opened Home Depot). Visit local hockey legend Scott Peters and walk through some of the best selections of golfing and skiing gear anywhere.
For dining, you have your choice of everything from McDonalds, Burger King, Denny’s, Chili’s, Appleby’s, 99’s, Koto Steakhouse (with hibatchi tables) and Friendly’s. Take a drive and you’ll find what you like. The six screen SonyTheaters is located on the Miracle Mile just a couple minutes from Route 12A (603-448-6660).
Some of local favorites for dining along Route 12A:

8 Glen Road - West Lebanon, NH - (603) 298-7070 - http://www.luilui.com/ 
Located next to the Power House Plaza, it serves a number of great dinner and pasta options, as well as some of the finest brick oven pizza. Can also handle groups and very experienced with hockey teams of all ages. 

1 Glen Road - West Lebanon, NH - (603) 298-7775 - http://www.cantorespizza.com/
After many years of working and eating all over New England, Cantore’s Pizza has opened here in the Upper Valley. Vinnie Cantore’s family is from the area and what a great place to live and work. Vinnie’s father is one of the original owners of the Dirt Cowboy CafĂ© in Hanover, NH. Vinnie has lived most of his life in the Upper Valley. He has owned and operated a pizza franchise in the past. He opened Cantore’s Pizza to bring you great food, great service , and at a great price. One of his biggest fans is his brother, Jim Cantore , of the Weather Channel.

(603) 298- 5566 
Right on Route 12 near the Fireside Inn, this terrific working brewery serves fines British fare, along with burgers, and is always rated among the best in the Upper Valley.

Chili's, Five Guys, Koto Steakhouse (with hibatchi tables), Applebees, 99, and all the rest are there too.