Four Beachfront Restaurants
Breakfast and Lunch Options
Honorable Mention Restaurants
Two Fine-Dining Options
Hampton and Hampton Beach Restaurant Options
Featured Hampton Beach Destination Restaurant, above, the popular Sea Ketch
Hampton Beach’s BIG FOUR Beachfront Restaurants
A view of Hampton Beach and the North Alantic from the fourth-level deck at the Sea Ketch Restaurant, is also pictured at top of this page. (Read Our Review)
A view from the beach of Bernie’s Beach Bar, a restaurant by day and one of New Hampshire’s premier entertainment venues by night. (Read Our Review)
The view of the Seashell Stage from the dining deck at the Purple Urchin Restaurant (Read our Review)
Two Best Off-Beach Breakfast and Lunch Options
The airy and palpably beachy Green Room, serving breakfast, lunch and smoothies at the foot of L Street on Ashworth Avenue. Our review is coming soon.
Latte options at lovely and popular Flamingos Coffee Bar serving breakfast, lunch and specialty coffees on Ashworth Avenue, a block from the Sand. Our review is coming soon.
Three Unique, Worth-the-Effort, Honorable Mentions
Farr’s Famous Chicken, actually is pretty famous, and not for no reason. Far’s has been a Hampton Beach tradition since the 1970s. Highly recommended. Our review.
The Swell Oyster Shack at Hampton Harbor, across the street from the State Park, an easy walk from the Beach, and a must-do for Oyster Lovers. Highly recommended. Our review.
Lupe’s 55 Cantina, a fine, small, family-owned Mexican restaurant on Ocean Boulevard, directly across from the Beach. Our review is coming soon. Highly recommended in the meantime.
Three very good, off-beach (downtown Hampton) dining options
Hagan’s Grill, one of Hampton’s two year-round, fine-dining establishments (read our review), is located about three miles (seven-minutes) from the beach (MAP) and is Highly Recommended.
CR’s Restaurant, Hampton’s other white-tablecloth restaurant, is located at the edge of downtown (MAP), and well worth the 7-minute drive from the beach. (Read our review). Our highest recommendation
The Old Salt, at the crossroads of downtown Hampton (MAP) has been a local restaurant institution since before President Dwight Eisenhower had Thanksgiving dinner here. (Read our review) Highly recommended.