New Hampshire restaurants offer recipe for success to candidates

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  • You can't go to a diner in New Hampshire before the primary without the possibility of running into a candidate
  • We asked those who know these restaurants best to offer advice to candidates in their final visits to these popular eateries

(CNN)You can't go to a diner in New Hampshire before the primary without the possibility of running into a candidate. They're everywhere and they want your vote.

We asked those who know these restaurants best to offer advice to candidates in their final visits to these popular eateries.
Candidates' recipe for success at MaryAnn's Diner
Candidates' recipe for success at MaryAnn's Diner

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Candidates' recipe for success at MaryAnn's Diner 02:00
MaryAnn's Diner in Derry is a 1950s-style restaurant, which offers candidates a unique opportunity to scoot around Cadillac paraphernalia and poodle skirts as they attempt to shake patrons' hands. And, when in Derry, be sure to sign a potato (one of the building blocks of the town's industry at one time).
Candidates' recipe for success at the Red Arrow Diner
Candidates' recipe for success at the Red Arrow Diner

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Candidates' recipe for success at the Red Arrow Diner 01:11
The Red Arrow is a 24-hour diner in downtown Manchester that has drawn candidates for decades. First-timers, like Donald Trump, can expect a warm welcome by a ringing of a bell in a ceremony called "being devirginized."
Candidates' recipe for success at The Barley House
Candidates' recipe for success at The Barley House

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Candidates' recipe for success at The Barley House 01:28
The Barley House, located right across the State House in Concord, is one of the most frequently visited restaurants by candidates on the campaign trail. Whether they're stopping by after filing for the primary or holding an event in the basement, candidates may be tempted to try "New Hampshire's best burger."