Monday & Tuesday, 5pm - 1am / Wednesday - Sunday, 11am - 1am
“Best Nightspot and Music Venue” - 2012 Reader’s Choice Winner – Nashua Patch
“Best Cocktail” – Harry Potter; “Best Bartender” – Jared Bracci – 2012 Hippo Best of the Best Awards
“Great place to wind down and relax! Great food!” - Victor O. – Facebook Fan
“What a very pleasant surprise…Quiet nice layout, friendly… the bartender/waitress poured the Guinness perfectly! My wife ordered the Pesto Pizza on flatbread – wonderful!!!” - JayDPii – Menuism.com Reviewer
“Good food, good service, good music - what more you want? They have the best steak fries (super crunchy, super good) on earth and the best martinis in town. A different price special every day too. Making it one of the best affordable restaurants in Nashua.” - Bill T. – Yelp.com Reviewer
Sometimes you crave the basics. A juicy, well-cooked burger, a pile of fresh-cut fries, and a cold beer are the only things that will satisfy at that moment. While there are dozens of places that serve up standard pub fare, very few do it as well as the folks at the Old Amsterdam Bar and Lounge in Nashua.
For $10 you can satisfy your craving with $20 worth of food and drink at this popular downtown Nashua eatery. Their lunch and dinner menus have tasty options that you can pair with delicious drinks from their award-winning bar.
For an appetizer, many diners choose Old Amsterdam’s “Dam” Good Chicken Wings, 12 jumbo, golden fried chicken wings tossed with their signature sweet and spicy “Dam” good sauce. If you like the wings, you’ll love the “Dam” Good Burger, an angus beef patty topped with your choice of cheese, crisp lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and, of course, the secret “Dam” good sauce.
If burgers and wings aren’t what you’re looking for, there’s plenty more to choose from. A range of fresh salads and soups are available on the dinner menu and several sandwiches, wraps, and even pizza can be found on the new lunch menu. And of course you can get a nice cold beer or your favorite cocktail from the full service bar at Old Amsterdam. You may even want to try their award-winning cocktail, the Harry Potter. No wand required!