Where to Eat in Hanover
- No. 1
Boloco is kind of like Chipotle and a great place to grab food if the Collis lunch line is really long. You can order burritos or bowls and they have amazing smoothies and milkshakes. Boloco offers a wide variety of different options, from gluten-free to vegetarian. My favourite order at Boloco is called "The Summer". Bonus fun fact: one of the founders went to Dartmouth!
- No. 2
Molly’s is a classic Dartmouth experience. The restaurant is decorated in Ivy League memorabilia and it’s so cool to learn a little bit about Dartmouth history while you eat. Molly’s is known among students for it’s incredible Mac and Cheese. In addition, most of their ingredients are from local farms and markets. At Molly’s, I usually order the Maple Turkey Burger.
- No. 3
Salt Hill Pub
Salt Hill is my first stop when I’m in need of some “comfort food.” From stew to burgers to loaded nachos, this is a great restaurant to visit when you are very hungry! They also hold weekly trivia nights, which is a fun week-night activity. I usually order the Kilkenny Sammy!
- No. 4
If you’re looking to order breakfast for dinner, Skinny Pancake is your place! Famous for their local crepes, Skinny Pancake offers just about any type of sweet or savoury crepe you could imagine. With live music and a great ambiance, this restaurant is a great place to relax after a stressful week of classes. My favourite order is Noah’s Ark!
- No. 5
ocated across from the Green and in the Hanover Inn, the Pine is one of Hanover’s most frequented restaurants. Some of our favourite things to order are their burgers and gnocchi. The Pine is a fancier restaurant, and a nice place to go to celebrate a special event.
- No. 6
Since the early 1940s, Lou’s has been serving hungry Dartmouth students. My favourite off-campus restaurant, Lou’s is known for their cruller french toast. Open daily until 3PM, the weekend breakfast rush is incredibly long, so we suggest getting there as early as you can! My favourite thing at Lou’s is the “Big Green“, an ode to Dartmouth tradition.