August is Burger Month in Nashua
NASHUA – The city’s Department of Economic Development recently announced that August will be recognized as Burger Month in Nashua.
“We’re excited to let everyone know that several of our locally owned restaurants and bars are participating in this fun promotion,” said Liz Hannum, director of Economic Development. “This will give locals and visitors alike yet another reason to come downtown and enjoy our many great businesses.”
Each food purveyor has chosen a week in August to present their specialty burger. Enticing photos and burger descriptions can be found on the Enjoy Nashua page on Facebook. This new page will be a one-stop Like & Follow location to discover all the events, business news, food and beverage suggestions.
When you take a selfie with your specialty burger at participating restaurants and post it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with #NashuaBurgerMonth, you are automatically entered to win a $50 gift card for a locally owned downtown business. Ten winners will be drawn each week of August.
The participating restaurants currently include:
Odd Fellows Brewery and O’Brien’s Sports Bar, 118-124 Main St.
Bistro603, 345 Amherst St.
Stella Blu, 70 East Pearl St.
The Peddler’s Daughter, 48 Main St.
Fody’s Tavern, 9 Clinton St.
Rambling House, 57 Factory St.
Riverwalk Bakery and Café, 35 Railroad Sq.
Martha’s Exchange, 185 Main St.
Casey Magee’s, 8 Temple St.
In addition to dozens of restaurants, bars, craft breweries and bakeries, Downtown Nashua is also home to many small businesses offering the best in hand-crafted, bespoke and unique items. “Before or after your delicious burgers, why not stroll Main Street and visit our locally owned shops?” said Hannum. “Nashua has a vibrant small business community, from apparel and jewelry to fine crafts and home décor. You could also catch a show at the new Nashua Center for the Arts.”