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A family business, mother and daughter, who love North Conway, interacting with customers, cooking & experimenting with food and having fun with the locals. Our mouth watering breakfasts are the perfect way to start the day, even if you start your day in the PM! You will remember our sandwiches for their generous portions of ingredients and the beautiful presentation of each dish!
2649 White Mountain Hwy
Muddy Moose is always a favorite whenever we visit North Conway. They have great salads, burgers and sandwiches not to mention their fabulous desserts! Friendly service, outdoor seating, lots of choices, and good food. It's a great place to bring your family or hang out with friends! The staff is super friendly. Its been a must stop that last few times I was in the area.
2344 White Mountain Hwy
The District is a casual fine dining restaurant like no other. Located in the heart of historic downtown Portsmouth, NH, you’ll appreciate our seasonally inspired, approachable menus that feature local ingredients from more than 27 local area farms. We take great care to offer eclectic fare. Fresh seafood, fine cuts of steak, numerous vegetarian and gluten-free options are just the beginning of what we have to offer. Our dining room is warm but elegant, and outside on scenic Congress Street
103 Congress Street
Everyday we send our seafood buyers down to the piers in search of the freshest seafood available. They meet with the fishermen and captains and inspect the day’s catch carefully, before handpicking only the choicest fish and shellfish selections. We go to such lengths to secure the freshest seafood for one reason – our high standards of excellence demand that every ingredient we use is the best. Although we can tell you how fresh our seafood is, the only way to really know is to taste it.
207 Main Street
This American eatery with vegan options & all-day breakfasts served in quirky digs is a Portsmouth favorite. Being open late on weekends, you're invited to stumble in after a night of adult beverages, or you can people watch with a steaming cup of coffee and a delicious pastry. Wake up early and watch the sunrise as you enjoy the most important meal of the day.
113 Congress Street
We are delighted to provide fresh, new ingredients and techniques to time honored family recipes. The new Rosa is a tribute to the Portsmouth legend providing casual, affordable family Italian. We hope that what we have created here pays respect to what The Rosa was but in our own style. We believe that local and creative products will allow The Rosa to flourish for another 90 years. Grazie & Benvenuto!
70 State Street
Since 1935, the Makris Family has offered guests a relaxing and FUN vacation spot in the New Hampshire Lakes Region. Located on Lake Winnipesaukee, our 1000' private sandy beach is one of our main attractions, as are our FREE boat slips, and live entertainment. Dine at our lakeside Blue Bistro Restaurant, or visit the World Famous NazBar & Grill for a burger and beverage. Book your Cottage, Suite, or AquaVista room at The NASWA today- the best family resort in the New Hampshire Lakes Region!
1086 Weirs Blvd
We've created a new restaurant that not only fits well within the community, but also captured the authentic aspects of a local pub, with an infusion of modern and cool—in both the setting and the menu offerings. We've kept the menu items simple and use only grass fed, hormone and antibiotic free locally sourced beef.Come in and try our creative burgers, craft beers and "adult" milkshakes!
34 Portwalk Place
Much of the Rockingham’s original elegance and grandeur has been well preserved and is still very much in evidence. Located in the Rockingham House, The Library Restaurant is one of Portsmouth’s most valued historic landmarks. Join us for traditional New England fare, while surrounded by architectural treasures of an era gone by. Open for dinner, lunch and brunch. Reservations suggested.
401 State Street
In 1867 the Franklin House of Fleet Street shucked and served oysters to the Portsmouth locals. Nearly 150 years later the Franklin Oyster House revives the tradition, serving oysters from East and West to pair with progressive dishes and cocktails. Happy Hour is seven days a week serving $1.25 Oysters. 25 cents from each Happy Hour oyster will go to The Music Hall, a community minded nonprofit arts organization featuring the very best in music, cinema, comedy, and literature.
148 Fleet St