Looking for a bakery in New Hampshire? Red Arrow Diner offers a variety of sweet treats including pies, cakes, whoopie pies, Dinah Fingers and more. In a recent article by Megan Murphy at WOKQ, Red Arrow Diner was recognized as one of the 25 best bakeries in New Hampshire. Check out this article on the WOKQ website or read an excerpt below.
Everyone’s got a bit of a sweet tooth, and sometimes you just have to treat yourself and indulge it.
You may be someone whose favorite dessert comes coated in frosting and sprinkles, i.e. cake or cupcakes. Perhaps you instead enjoy combining fruit with sweets (it becomes healthier that way, right?), by having some chocolate-covered strawberries.
And of course, there’s nothing that hits the spot more than cookies accompanied by a cold glass of milk.
There are obviously many ways that we can get these treats. You can always go to grocery stores and pick up pre-packaged cookies and cupcakes and whatnot. Or, if you have an affinity for baking, you can prepare some of these desserts from scratch.
All that said, unless you’re an expert baker, bakeries are your best bet if you’re looking to savor some scrumptious treats of the highest quality.
Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary, graduation, or just want to enjoy some sweets, bakeries have got you covered (plus, their decorating skills are top-notch).
New Hampshire has an assortment of bakeries all across the state, but which ones are among the best? We recently took to Facebook to ask you that very question, and the responses came pouring in.
So, without further ado, here are 25 of the best bakeries in New Hampshire as recommended by you, accompanied by lovely photos of their sugary masterpieces.
Red Arrow (Manchester)
The Red Arrow Diner has been featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (S1 Ep8). Similar to Street Food 360, no specific recipe is listed. According to the Network, the Red Arrow Diner has been open since 1992, and it’s also one of the only restaurants in New Hampshire that’s still open 24 hours a day.