Martha's Exchange

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Martha's ExchangeMartha's Exchange
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189 Ratings
Place Score: 86
Ratings: 70
Reviews: 58
rAvg: 3.77
pDev: n/a
Taps: 9
Bottles: 7
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

185 Main St
Nashua, New Hampshire, 03060-2701
United States
phone: (603) 883-8781

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @marthasexchange

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Reviews by IBUnit63:
Photo of IBUnit63
3.85/5  rDev +2.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Since I bought my new rig through Costco at a NH dealer, I rationalized a trip to this place after getting some cosmetic warranty stuff taken care of. Deep in the heart of downtown Nashua we go...

It's a quiet place during lunchtime during the week - nice woodwork on the bar...a few TVs on ESPN and CNBC. White linen on tables. Slightly more formal than your typical brewpub with a candy counter off to the side.

Service is solid - not an incredible amount of brew knowledge volunteered (they do warn that the Flanderish sour is reallly sour, which is helpful for those that don't dig the style) but then I didn't ask for much 'cause I'll figure it out eventually.

Selection finds 8 on tap and the Flanderish sour (reserve) in bottle. Styles cross the spectra but I wish Dr. Hoppenstein was there - would like to try this. Beers are very good that I sampled.

Food is pretty much typical pub grub - the lamb pita was very enjoyable but the burger I had there was just fair to middlin'.

No beef with the price tag. Lunch fare moderate ($8-10) and beers are generally $4.50-$5.50.

If you're in the neighborhood doing some tax-free shopping over the boahdah, check this place out for lunch and one of their enjoyable brew offerings. Good stop.

More User Reviews:
Photo of bigorange
2.15/5  rDev -43%
vibe: 2 | quality: 1.75 | service: 3 | selection: 2 | food: 1.75

I have been a patron of Martha's Exchange for longer than it has been a brewery/restaurant. Since the 70's if you count from when I was a child. There isn't much to say about the place other than it has potential. The state of the establishment has been downright terrible for decades. The owner obviously doesn't care about the condition of the place.

The restaurant is reasonably clean but not kept up. The same broken fixtures have been in place for decades.

The bathrooms are grotesque. More suitable for a gas station or fraternity. As with the restaurant, the same broken urinal remained for 5+ years and it has never smelled clean.

The food is simply prepared and of a chain restaurant quality. A decent range of choices. For what it is, it's over priced.

Their beer is poor to acceptable at best. I haven't found a solidly balanced standard brew nor a well done creative experimental beer. They offer both but just don't seem to nail either. They don't offer much of an interesting range other than their own. They attract a lot of A-B type patrons.

The service is ok. Kind of friendly dolled up 20 something year old girls meet you and decent wait staff and bartenders.

The atmosphere is poor. The potential is there as the place has a grand history, ornate décor, a beautiful bar and a great location on main street.

The owner should be ashamed he has let the place go as far down as he has. He has always been pleasant to me, remembers me even if it's been years since I have been in but has the reputation as a terrible boss and someone not to do business with.

Potential, lot's of potential.

Photo of hudsonvalleyslim
3.53/5  rDev -6.4%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

Hadn't been here in a several years, but I gots to give some love to the the bartending staff. They were enthusiastic, obviously having a good time, and never left me with an empty glass. I live in Boston and service like this is a crapshoot. Martha's features solid ales. The IPA and Stout were nice. Rockin' joint at night, if yer in the area, you gots to go.

Photo of jbertsch
4.25/5  rDev +12.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I had been to M.E. a few times years ago. Visited recently and noticed some updates were made.

It's a touch more modern now (think Cheesecake Factory-like touches). But half of the place still has the old-world wood.

It's suitable for everyone. Singles and families, alike. There's a big bar area, as well as a big restaurant/table area. White table cloths are used, but it's not real fancy. There's an in-house desert/candy shop off to the side where you can buy little chocolates as you leave.

They make their own beer here, and it's enjoyable. There were maybe 8 different ones when we were there, plus a cask. I had their marzen/oktoberfest which was spot on (quite surprising, actually), and a red which was solid. The double ipa I got a taste of was aggressive in hops (which I like to see) and read that some of the hops used come form the owner's garden, which were used for dry hopping. Tasty, but seemed the malt backbone was a bit too sweet for my tastes. The pumpkin doppelbock on cask was more easy-drinking than I expected...though I just had a couple sips.

The waitresses were all willing to give you samples of beers. It's easy if you sit at the bar. All the waitresses waited on us, not just one person. They were all friendly and attentive.

My wife and I got the same dinner... a medley of greek food on a platter. It was tasty and we were both satisfied.

We actually really enjoyed our visit. I was impressed by the beers and the food was quite satisfying. The atmosphere mainly seems like locals who may not all know much (or care about) the house made beers. It's all good though. Chill place. I'd definitely go back.

Photo of johnnnniee
4/5  rDev +6.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I've been to Martha's quite a few times and I'm kind of surprised I haven't rated this before now. So Martha's is a brew pub on the main drag (Main St) through downtown Nashua. They have no off street parking, but the parking garage on high street is free after 6pm and on the weekend if you can't find something on street. The menu has standard pub fare as well as some more exotic dinners, I like the Spicy Caribbean Jerk Chicken for example. There are usually 6 or 7 house brews on tap and once a week they tap a cask. The beer is usually solid and sometimes exceptional. I've always received prompt attention from the staff. Prices seem to be in line with similar establishments and the candy counter is a surefire way to get my wife to come with me. The one downside is at 10 pm on the weekend the place turns into a dance club so its best to avoid unless you are into that sort of thing.

Photo of GarthDanielson
3.65/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4

Beer and candy, what could be better? We stopped in for dessert and beer, and were not disappointed on either front. Tons of candy available when you first walk in. The place has a decent feel to it, with a pretty slick looking bar and a ton of seating throughout. If you walk all the way to the right of the bar, you can see the tanks from the brewery. We went on a Saturday night, and the place was packed. Food was decent and reasonably priced, and there was plenty of it. Very healthy portions. Good selection of beer...I think they had 8 or so on tap. They have a cask every week, and the beers rotate, but they also sell out quick. Our waitress was very helpful and friendly, and very prompt. The prices were not bad at all, and I look forward to visiting again. Decent place to swing by if you find yourself in downtown Nashua.

Photo of FrankLloydMike
4.05/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I've enjoyed Martha's Exchange on a few visits in the past, and their beers have been among the high points of several recent fests I've been to, but I usually end up driving past Nashua on my way home to Manchester. Not so Friday night, when I stopped into Martha's Exchange on a chilly early November evening for dinner and beers with a couple of Mancunian friends.

Driving along Main Street in Nashua, there are plenty of nice restaurants and the downtown is generally pleasant, but the warm glow from Martha's had me drawn in even before finding a place to park. The bar is deep, dark woods, with the brass-colored brewhouse behind open, red curtains and wooden booths, and the bar top a glowing, amber onyx. It wasn't a fireplace, but the light pouring out of the tall street-facing windows seemed cozy enough for the evening. Overall, the ambiance follows that theme: warm lighting and tones, but everything is old or at least feels so, exuding a sense of comfortable sophistication without a hint of pretension.

We split the sampler, which included all the beers (eight, I believe) for $9. The range was very nice, with plenty of well-made versions of approachable styles alongside more inventive and unusual beers. Particularly interesting was the Double Jeopardy Bock, which had just a hint of smokiness. After the sampler, though, I decided to go for a full pint of the crisp, well-balanced Biscuit City Pale Ale. The beers were all well-made and tasty, and settling on one was a challenge.

The food and service were also quite good--mostly upscale pub fare, but many of the entrees leaned more higher-end and sounded very good. My chipotle chicken sandwich and sweet potato fries did the trick for a reasonable price.

Martha's Exchange is the type of brewpub that I think could do well in just about any New Hampshire city--a prominent, welcoming space downtown that strikes a balance between moderately upscale restaurant and local hangout bar. The approachability and quality of the beers, as well as the helpful descriptions and visibility of the brewhouse, make Martha's Exchange an easy choice for beer loves as well as an unintimidating place to learn about good beer. I'll definitely be stopping by Nashua more often in my trips up to Manchester now.

Photo of SevaTse
4.18/5  rDev +10.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Easily one of the better brewpubs in New Hampshire!
Tried their beers(and loved them!) for the first time at a New Hampshire brewfest at Redhook few years back (a rare American brewery with a decent Oktoberfest), and finally visited this summer.
It is located in a downtown type area, they have few rotating taps and a cask engine. The interior is pretty stylish, with brown leather on booth benches, but not stuffy.
Me and my wife tried few of the tap offerings and had a salad and some sandwiches- all in all a positive experience.
Recommend it as a destination.

Photo of rowingbrewer
4.18/5  rDev +10.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

This place is a pretty decent little brewpub. they have eight beers on tap and one cask at all times. the beers are pretty good with some of the styles being much better than others. the beer seemed to be fairly fresh and the service was pretty good, they waitresses are good looking and friendly. the food was great everyone in my party had food and everyone was impressed with it. the prices here are also very reasonable. i would definitely recommend trying this place to anyone in the area. cheers

Photo of Tundruth
3.59/5  rDev -4.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5

Great place to enjoy a beer, I go here often and really like it. They have a lot to offer for various types of clientele. The bartenders are very friendly but I don't really know if they are knowledgeable about the drought beers which are all brewed on site because the only times I've visited were on Friday/Saturday nights when the place is packed for their nightlife venues which feature some DJ guy named Josh Porter from the radio station Kiss 108. I really look forward to visiting Martha's for a normal lunch or dinner sometime and will probably re-review once I do get the chance to. The parties they host there Thurs-Sat are probably the best in the city of Nashua though! So go there to show your friends a good time if your looking for a packed place to do some dancing and mingling.

Photo of 86sportster883
4.2/5  rDev +11.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Nice, big, inviting, comfortable brewpub /restaurant. I sat in a booth off to one side of the bar and ordered a Steeplechase Porter with the Shephards Pie lunch special. Music was country, but playing low enough that I didn't mind. The staff was friendly, constantly in motion, and promptly delivered my lunch and beers. I followed the porter with a cask conditioned stout that was pleasingly different. Easy drinking, lower in abv, only medium bodied but with a slick mouthfeel. The waitress could tell me little about the stout, but I would categorized it as an English-style session stout. Pretty damn good.

Also on tap:
Volstead '33' (golden, light ale), Pumpkinweizen, Bucuit City Pale Ale, The O.C.H.O (Obligatory Cascade Hopped Offering), Extra Special Simcoe, Dr. Hoppenstein's Double IPA, Prior's Passion Dubbel.

Excellent beer, very good food, a great brewpub.

Photo of AARomanov
3.86/5  rDev +2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Nice brewpub in downtown Nashua. Plenty of seating inside, very nice large bar, outside patio area also good. The staff is friendly too.

Didn't try the food but I'm sure it's fine.

As for the beers, they typically have about 8 of their beers on draught and a cask ale. Your best bet is to get the sampler and pick which one you like. The selection always varies and I definitely appreciate the brewmaster's various takes. There is no category to peg the beers into. They do English ales, Belgian beers, Belgian inspired English ales etc.

You're bound to find something you like and it's definitely worth trying out.

Photo of OtherShoe2
3.4/5  rDev -9.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A good sized establishment with a bar area (with surrounding tables/booths) and a semi-separate dining area full of booths. I've never had to wait for a table (summer/winter), and the place is always fairly busy. Nice high ceilings, dark wood, and not overly loud.

Menu is decent with some good dinner selections (seafood was very good), with good pub-grub offerings as well. Beer selection, from the chalkboard, was very good (multiple variations) and there are always seasonal offerings. Beer is fresh and at the right temperature. Samplers are available and they have a couple of guest beers as well. Beer, overall, is ok. Not the best beer I've had in a brewpub, but adequate to good. Prices for brew and chew are appropriate, and there is always plenty of cheap parking in front or in the lot 1 block behind.

Service has something to be desired. Eat at the bar. The waitress in our section messed up my beer order twice (you work in a brewpub, you need to get that right). However, the poor SOB behind me (who was seated well after me) -- his food didn't come with the rest of his party's, and then when he finally got it, it was the wrong thing -- twice. When I left, he was finally getting his meal, and everyone else was done. An oddity? No, I've seen this before at Martha's. Beware.

Overall, an ok place to visit or a beer lover. Not first choice if dining out in Nashua, but not bad if you are looking to sit at a bar and have some fresh brewed beer.

Photo of BeerTrader
3.45/5  rDev -8.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Had dinner last night at Martha's with two other couples. It's been a while since I've had dinner at Martha's and the beer remains the best thing about the place.

We had an obviously new/inexperienced waitress.

Food selection was good and everyone enjoyed everything, but on a quality scale I'd only rate it 3 stars out of 5.

The beer was great. The Brewer, Greg, is continuing to refine his art and brewmaster skills.

I really enjoyed his 500th brew batch commemorative brew, Quintcentennial. Very nice, malty and hoppy ale, nice creamy head, very enjoyable. I also enjoyed his Oktoberfest. Nicely done. My wife had the Pumpkinweisen and I managed to sneak a taste... very well done, subtle pumpkin & spice, not overpowering. I also managed a taste tester of the evenings Cask offering: Smoked Blonde. You really need to be a Rauchbeir lover to enjoy this one, another well made brew but just not my favorite of the evening.

Photo of Sammy
3.8/5  rDev +0.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Pleasant small town brewpub, on a pretty and historic long street. Good sized patio, well kept, above average service. The brewmaster is relatively new here, and experienced and his lineup was above average and a bit adventurous. Good turnover in beer keeps it fresh. Early part of lunch, really not to busy for summer, perhaps reflecting the economy though traffic was fairly buzy. A worthwhile stop if you are passing through. Guest taps would be appreciated to encourage the trip for others, certainly not key for me though.

Photo of Durge
3.86/5  rDev +2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

I have been here several times over quite a few years now and it seems largely unchanged having stopped in for an enjoyable Dr. Hoppenstein just last month. From an initial glance it seems to have great potential with it's friendly exterior along the main drag of old downtown Nashua. The interior captures a nice old school charm with a big nicely sculpted wooden bar and antique sort of trimmings. The pre-dinner crowd was fair sized, somewhat lively with chatter and the like. The bartendress was friendly and pretty attentive. We didn't sample any of the food but the beer was quite good that I had and prices were normal I thought. I recall over the years that the general taste tests here were less than impressive, OK, but forgettable. The Dr. Hopp was my best experience to date but I don't live in the area and can't say I've fairly tested the place. From my experience it is definitely worth a visit, and there aren't many other good choices in the area that I'm aware of. At least there are some decent beers and if you can find a stool at the bar, it's not a bad way to catch a Sox game or whatever.

Photo of GWaters
3.68/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Martha's is a brewpub in Nashua, NH.

I have gone to Martha's on various occasions, and always had good service and decent food. Sometimes they have live music, and I have never had a bad experience with the music, food, or beer.

The only detractor that I could seem to find is that Martha's doesn't truly have an identity. Everything is just good - the food, beer, and atmosphere are average.
So, overall, it is a safe place to go for a date or dinner with someone from work.

I would like to see Martha's gain an identity, and perhaps take some chances with the beer. They have a nice set up for brewing, it is too bad we don't get dazzled by their brew.

Photo of jiggahertz
4.18/5  rDev +10.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Martha's is one of my go-to's for a nice relaxing dinner, or drink outside during the summer. The one complaint I have about their outdoor seating is that they don't have a waitlist and during peak times during nice weather it can become really crowded. So you are basically forced to hover over people until someone gets up from their table.

The beers are decent, but nothing to write home about. I usually get the old dunstable amber, have also tried the volstead 33.

The atmosphere is cool around normal dining times. Be aware that after ~10pm or so on the weekends, the tables in the dining area are moved and it turns into a club. Hip-hop top 40 type stuff.

Food is generally good. The jumbalaya is great, was disappointed with the size of a pulled pork sandwich I got there. Reuben was also pretty good. They offer a good selection of sides to go with sandwich entrees (fruit salad, pasta salad, coleslaw or fries).

Oh yeah, there is also a huge chocolate counter with what I assumed to be homemade chocolates as you enter on the left side.

Photo of JimFalzone
4.05/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I don't want to beat a horse here, the other reviewers covered this place well. I went yesterday and noticed a couple changes. Seems like they tried to make it a little more upscale with new square dishes, white table cloths, and fancier menu items. Food, service, and cleanliness was very good. The chicken wings were nice and spicy. The lamb pocket was very tasty.

The owners of this place deserve props for their regular contributions to beer festivals.

Nice beer selection. They had an IPA, double IPA, amber, stout, scotch ale, and an interesting pumpkin hefeweizen. My only criticism is that the beer always seems flat here. I've heard other folks mentioned this before, and it hasn't seemed to change.

I'll go back to Martha's everytime I am in Nashua, but probably won't make a special trip.

Photo of 007
4.08/5  rDev +8.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I stayed in Nashua for one night as part of a week-long vacation and brewery tour of New Hampshire, Mass., and RI. Of the 8 brewpubs I visited during the week, Martha's Exchange was a standout. My wife and I sampled the selections on tap and settled on the Belgian White and the Steeplechase Porter, both very good representatives of their styles.

We were there on a Wednesday night and the atmosphere was a bit stodgy, but the service and food made up for it. The maple salmon was delicious. The prices for entrees range from $10 to $20 with sandwiches a bit less. The presentation and taste were worth it.

Any future forays into New England will include another stop at Martha's Exchange.

Photo of mshallah
4.08/5  rDev +8.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Here is a great little place to have some great beer and food. My favorite time is lunch or early dinner. Have been visiting often as of late,and the beer selection has been really interesting. The styles are many and varied such as big belgian golden ale,dipa,doppelbock,sweet stout,dry stout,hoppy porter,english ale,scottish ale,browns,reds, and a rotating cask selection. This is only a snapshot of all the styles. One would have to visit weekly to keep up. On a recent visit I sampled McGann's London Ale,toasty, golden,and hopped with glacier;Dr. hoppenstein DIPA on cask,creamy,mellow warmth and apricot fruitiness;Lackey's Brown Ale, very sessionable and delicious with choco-roasty-nutty flavors;Octoberfest,darker, sweeter and yummier than most o-fests that just have the toast flavor and not much else. Do yourself a favor and try a food pairing to match one of the beers. Something hoppy with a lamb salad, or something sweet with a chocolate dessert. Will continue to visit often for rare offerings such as barrel aged reserve beers.

Photo of jfindley
3.5/5  rDev -7.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 3

Stopped here while in Nausea for a few days on business. I hate to quibble with other reviewers, but to me this was a fairly straightforward brass and ferns brewpub setup. Nice decor, booths, lots of tables, and the aforementioned large U-shaped bar. But it's pretty much nothing you haven't seen before in a bigger commercial brewpub. And when I say bigger I mean it. This place is really pretty huge when you take in all the rooms and tables they have.

We sat at the bar and each of us worked through a couple different beers and traded tastes as we went. All the beers I tried were well made and had no flaws, but were not very interesting. They had a special Belgian brown on that my compadre got and I'd say it was right up there in the good region. But nothing struck me and I never ordered a second of anything tried. Respectable, but I'd skip right over these beers in favor of something better given the choice.

We did order food and they have a huge menu to accompany the size of the place. Lots of apps, big pub type menu with sandwiches and similar, and then real entrees - complete with a real price. I ordered a sandwich which was decent, but again nothing special. My friend ordered a steak and it was actually cooked to the right temperature and was reported to be quite good.

Overall, this place is fine and you will stop here if you're in Nashua. I'm sure it has a great local following. I'm always conflicted with places like this. Is it a brewery or a restaurant? With 5% of the space given over to the brewery I think I know the answer. And as a restaurant for a real dinner I'm sure you could do better. <flame on>

Photo of taez555
4/5  rDev +6.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Martha's Exchange is located right on the main drag of the downtown section of Main Street Nashua. Interior is one of the more interesting brewpubs I've been to. Although it has your typical visible brew house tanks off to the side, the decor is more akin to an old theater than modern industrial brewpub. A large U shaped bar wraps around between the rooms acting as a wall to separate the rooms. Tables, old style booths and old décor give this place a very unique and warm feel. Not to mention, right as you walk in there, there's a old time candy shop to the right that's part of the restaurant. Very classy and very cool.

As for the beer, I've only been here a couple times, but have had the pleasure of trying their beers on many other occasions at assorted beer festivals in New England. Believe it or not, every time I go to NERAX, their beers are always stand outs, in my opinion, some of the best casks at the festival. There normal selection consists of 8 taps with one cask. There selection runs the gamut of simple to some definite limit pushers. My last visit they had a cherry ale, smoked porter, vanilla stout and even a weisbock. All were strong beers, although nothing completely over the top "Wow!!!"

Food is not just your typical pub grub, although the do a have a strong pub grub menu of Burgers, Sandwiches, salads, apps, etc. They also have an extensive larger entrée section as well some tapas, pressed Panini style sandwiches and other. I would say the food is pub grub, but up a small notch. All food I've had is tasty. My wife and I shared the tapas trio consisting of humus, an olive tapenade and salmon spread paired with veggies and tortilla chips that was excellent.

Overall, a solid brewpub in the heart of Nashua, that although I don't get out to very often, is definitely one on the radar whenever I'm up there.

Photo of awall422
4/5  rDev +6.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped in for lunch with my wife on a visit to Nashua. I had seen the guys from Martha's last fall when I volunteered at a beer fest at The Tap, but never got up to their home turf until today. I had the soup of the day, meatball and pasta, it was excellent, nice and hearty, almost a stew, really. Then had a bbq pulled pork quesadilla which was really good. My wife had a vegetable panini that she really liked. For beers, I had an IPA that was barrel aged, while my wife went with the Velvet Elvis stout. Both were really good beers. Wish I hadn't bene driving so I could have had more!

Photo of gixxerman
3.45/5  rDev -8.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Is this a restaurant, a brewery, or a candy store? Oh, it is all three - cool.

I sit at the bar and look at the other 5 or 6 people there, hmm, they are all drinking bottles of Coors, Bud, ect..maybe not a good sign. Ok, I order up a smoked porter. It is excellent, I guess the other patrons just aren't hip to the beer here - whatever, their loss.

The atmosphere was sort of lacking, everyone seemed to just keep to themselves, and the majority of the people were in the dining area. This isn't a hot bed for any type of beer conversation, I guess you could talk about the Pats or Celtics (this year with all the bandwagoneers jumping back on) if you are so inclined.

I tried a prime rib with asparagus dish that was on the specials menu. It was very professionally presented, tasted great, and was cooked as I requested. At $17.99 it wasn't the cheapest offering on the menu, but the quality was great and I don't feel overpaid.

The bartender was very friendly and attentive. I did not get into any type of beer conversion with her, so I cannot speak of her beer knowledge.

I would probably stop back for a beer or two and a meal. It would be a nice place to catch dinner with a guest or co-worker, but not somewhere you are going to hang out all night and talk beer.

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Martha's Exchange in Nashua, NH
86 out of 100 based on 70 ratings.