It's no secret that we have a loud and proud foodie population here in New England, and with good reason. Our restaurant industry is killing it, and there's never a shortage of new establishments opening their doors to the public. You can never run out of places to visit for your next dining experience, especially in New Hampshire.

Countless magazines, websites, and social media platforms have written about our diverse and delicious food scene. Reddit users chatted about the most stereotypical meal in the Granite State, Reader's Digest named Lexie's Joint as the best place for burgers in all of New Hampshire, Travel Pulse recognized the Puritan Backroom in Manchester for their iconic chicken wings, and the New York Times acknowledged these four New England restaurants o their prestigious Restaurant List. But one component of New Hampshire's food scene that is often under-appreciated is the countless farm-to-table restaurants.

According to the Food Network, at the heart of the 'farm-to-table' concept is an establishment's desire to prioritize where their products are grown and sourced:

Most true farm-to-table restaurants form relationships with farmers and feature their seasonal produce and sometimes their poultry, beef, pork or dairy. On their menus, chefs will often cite the farms where the products came from and sometimes tell bigger stories about the farmers.

Often times, these restaurants' produce is not only sourced from farms, but ones nearby. It doesn't get more "local" than that.

Thanks to the New Hampshire Eats Facebook group, we now know some of the many farm-to-table restaurants in the Granite State. Let's see what and where they are:

Field to Fork: The Best Farm-to-Table Restaurants in New Hampshire

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These restaurants are known for their fantastic customer service. We want to show them all the love, and thank them for being awesome.

Experience Stellar Customer Service at These 18 New Hampshire Restaurants

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