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SANTIAGO'S

Tacos and Margaritas.

A Hampton Local Scene.

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THE FOOD

Open for lunch and Dinner

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SEACOAST MEALS

Pair anything on the menu with one our margaritas, micro brews or mocktails.

TACOS

Voted Best Baja style tacos on the Seacoast by WMUR news. Try them all-Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Chicken, Steak (carne asada), Carnitas, Shrimp, Veggie

BOWLS

Veggie or Burrito Bowl. Unique, loaded with Veggies. Add Grilled Chicken, Mahi Mahi, Spicy Shrimp, Swordfish, Carnitas or Carne Asada.

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GUACAMOLE

Made to order. Avocados, tomatoes and fresh lime. Great as a starter or a table side for the meal. Served with our seasoned, baked pita chips.

QUESADILLA

The old standby. Fill it with a meat or veggie of your choice. Have it as a meal or an app for the table

SOUP OF THE DAY

From our in house veggie stock to a flavorful new creation. These soups are the the most popular item on the menu. Check out our facebook page for the Soup of the day.

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SEAFOOD PAELLA (SUMMER DISH)

A Spanish tradition with Santiago’s style. Jumbo shrimp, Maine Mussels, Mahi Mahi, simmered in a white wine and tomato-saffron broth over rice.

BURRITO

Have it wrapped or in a bowl. Rice, fresh veggies and special sauces make up these favorites. Add Grilled Shrimp, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Chicken, Veggies, Carnitas or Carne Asada.

CHICKEN STUFFED POBLANO

Charbroiled Poblano pepper stuffed with Spiced Chicken breast, rice, and seasonings. Topped with a red pepper coulis and verde aioli.

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OPENING HOURS

Dine In or Take Away

Monday: 4:00pm - 9pm
Tuesday: 11:30am - 9pm
Wednesday: 11:30am - 9pm
Thursday: 11:30am - 9pm
Friday: 11:30am - 9pm
Saturday: 11:30am - 9pm
Sunday: CLOSED

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CONTACT

20 Depot Square, Hampton, NH 03842, USA

(603) 777-2595

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OUR STORY

Named after the main character in Ernest Hemingway's 'Old Man and the Sea,' this is a spot everything an exhausted fisherman would want:  warm atmosphere, a cold drink and food to comfort the soul.  
As the story goes, Santiago set sail on a three day journey to catch the biggest fish of his life, only to have it mauled to a carcass by sharks upon reaching shore.
Coincidence or not, the restaurant set to open mid March of 2020 suffered a similar plight when a world pandemic forced the restaurant industry to shutdown before we could open.
And so, our story is just beginning. We don't know the end yet, but we certainly know the character of the name.
We are excited about what direction you take it...

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