Dining in Manchester, N.H., reflects the city’s cachet ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page hooked On Hanover Street in Manchester, N.H., Hooked specializes in ultra-fresh seafood and bold preparations. Pictured, fried calamari in cayenne lime aioli. hooked The cioppino, which Hooked owner Neville Pereira calls “the whole ocean in a bowl,” is a top seller. hooked The layered tuna tartare at Hooked. Pamela Wright for The Boston Globe Republic Cafe on Elm Street works with more than 90 local farmers and producers. Pamela Wright for The Boston Globe “The fact that our customers are appreciative of [locally-sourced food] is an indication of how much this city has changed," said Republic Cafe co-owner Edward Aloise. Pamela Wright for The Boston Globe “We make everything by hand,” said Johnny Paolini, owner of Piccola Italia Ristorante on Elm Street, serving made-in-house, classic Italian fare. Pamela Wright for The Boston Globe The fresh salmon is popular at another Elm Street restaurant, Mint Bistro, which has a sushi bar and a menu to please meat eaters.