The 20 Best Restaurants to Cure Your Hangover in NH, ME, and MA

Ok, we’ve all been there. The throbbing headache, nauseating stomach ache, shaking and crying (okay, crying can be deprived).

We’ve all had hangovers that just don’t seem to go away. Maybe it happens every Saturday… maybe it happens once a year.

For some of us, a cold shower will do. Others need half a gallon of water. For me, I need another drink (hair of the dog) and shakes as soon as possible.

Usually that means I’m heading out for breakfast, brunch, or even lunch, depending on when I finally get out of bed.

Anyone who’s been through a hangover knows the cycle: Toss your cookies, eat a fatty meal, drink as much water as you can, maybe stir your cookies, then let that salty, fatty meal do its thing.

Even when you’re feeling gross, you need something to soak up the booze from the night before.

As we know, New Englanders can drink. From the breweries of Portland to Portsmouth, through the gastronomy of Manchester to Boston, New England offers a varied nightlife.

But what about the next day? With so many options for creating a hangover, where is the best place to get rid of it?

Below, I list the best places on the coast to get rid of that dreaded hangover.

Make a reservation ahead of time for the grasiest breakfast sandwiches, the best Bloody Marys, and the creepiest flap jacks. Anything to get rid of that hangover.

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Sandy A. Greer