These are the only restaurants in the Granite State to get their fifteen minutes of fame on famous food TV shows. 

New Hampshire has clearly been passed over when Food Network and Travel Channel go out in search of some of the best food in America.

According to TVFoodMaps.com only seven New Hampshire restaurants (technically 5 - two have since closed!) were featured on TV*. Meanwhile, California has over 800. Go figure.

*Not counting regional television shows like Phantom Gourmet, and Dining Playbook.

  • 1

    The Red Arrow Diner

    61 Lowell Street in Manchester

    This famous Queen City diner was featured on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives back in 2007.

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  • 2

    The Friendly Toast

    121 Congress Street in Portsmouth

    This unique and charming restaurant was on Man vs. Food from the Travel Channel. The challenge for host Adam Richman? Tackle the sklarmageddon omelet.

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  • 3

    Jumpin Jays

    150 Congress Street in Portsmouth

    Jumpin Jays has a crab grilled cheese that caught the eye of Adam Richman in 2012. This sandwich is what landed them on Best Sandwich in America on the Travel Channel.

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  • 4

    JP's Eatery

    38 Main Street in Durham

    The Slapshot Challenge, a massive platter combination consisting of 15 burger sliders, two massive orders of French fries and three milk shakes, is how JP's was featured on Man vs. Food.

    Sadly, JP's Eatery is no longer open.

  • 5

    Country Cow

    57 Blair Road in Campton

    Robert Irvine and his giant muscles made it all the way to Campton, NH to rescue the Country Cow in a 2014 episode of Restaurant Impossible.

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  • 6

    Chatterbox Cafe

    4 Cobbetts Pond Road in Windham

    Also featured on Restaurant Impossible, this restaurant needed a major facelift courtesy of Food Network in 2012. Unfortunately, it didn't do much good because it has since closed.

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  • 7

    Gusanoz Mexican

    410 Miracle Mile in Lebanon

    Restaurant Impossible showed the real struggles of this husband and wife run authentic Mexican joint in Lebanon. The episode aired in 2012, and the restaurant is still going strong. They even have a section of their website called 'Chef Irvine Entrees.'

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