353 South Main Street Manchester, NH 03102 +1 603 669 0220
Blake's Restaurant has a legacy of serving mouthwatering breakfast and delectable ice creams for over three decades now. Dig into a perfectly golden omelet topped with fresh vegetables, sauce and cheese as you polish off a portion of delicious muffin for breakfast. Meat lovers will love the succulent entrées on offer as well as the stuffed sandwiches and burgers that will make you come back for more. Special menus for tiny tots ensure that they eat up every last crumb off their plate. Wash it all down with a steaming cup of coffee as you get ready to take on the day. The perfect end to this culinary journey would be one of the signature or classic ice creams that will melt in your mouth and make you crave for more! Check website for more details.
The Dana Center at Saint Anselem College is the center of all things art related for the college. This is where the majority of performances, whether by students or from out of town groups, show their stuff to the community. The schedule is constantly changing, so check the website often to see all the new events for each season.
281 Cartier St Manchester, NH 03102 +1 603 669 7469
The Majestic Theater Company started its life in 1991 in a high school auditorium but soon were able to renovate an auditorium to better suit its needs. Each season contains approximately 15 different productions, and the theater group also does much to be involved with the community. The seasons include all sorts of plays, especially musicals. Those that have been performed in the past include Guys and Dolls, Big - the Musical, and Moon Over Buffalo. Also popular are the dinner theater shows.
40 Pleasant Street Portsmouth, NH 03801 +1 603 427 9197
Portsmouth Book & Bar is a unique concept that caters to food-loving bibliophiles. Occupying the historic Custom House in downtown, this old-worldly charming place is part cafe and part book store. It curates a collection of used books that represent myriad genres like academics, arts and social sciences. The adjoining dining room is meticulously hand-furnished and serves coffee, beer as well as tapas and baked goods. This venue occasionally plays host to live music, readings, cultural and community events.
19 Grove Street The Monadnock Center for History & Culture Peterborough, NH 03458 +1 603 924 3235
Bass Hall is located in The Monadnock Center. Administered by the Peterborough Historical Society, this multi-purpose venue boasts excellent acoustics and an old-world atmosphere lent by wood-paneled furnishing, antique chandeliers and a grand piano. It can accommodate a maximum capacity of 120 persons and is ideal for hosting concerts, musicals, art exhibitions, meetings and private events.
Evolution Entertainment Complex is one of the most happening entertainment venues in New Hampshire. This club-cum-sports bar is host to an array of parties and theme nights. Concerts feature an eclectic mix of genres - from heavy metal and rock, to country and EDM. Enjoy a cocktail on their mezzanine VIP lounge or head downstairs to one of the largest dance floors in town.
3 School Street Peterborough, NH 03458 +1 603 924 6365
Imagine your favorite deli, Irish pub and live music haunt all rolled into one. Harlow's Pub is that dream team that gives everyone a reason to come back for more. Regulars walk in here during summers to savor the combination of cold beer and sandwiches. Not fond of beer? Then you can opt for the wine and other libations on offer. Concerts are held every weekend and bands like Ghost Dinner, Deadbeat and The Blind Owl have set the stage on fire. Visit their website to know more.
21 Congress Street Portsmouth, NH 03801 +1 603 427 8645
The bustling Congress Street is home to a number of gems, and nestled among these is the Thirsty Moose Taphouse. This awesome watering hole quenches the thirst of even the most discerning beer drinkers by offering more than 100 draft beers. Right from the exotic Allagash Curieux Tripel style beer to the regular Guinness, this one has its tap filled with a wide selection from breweries across the world. And that's not all, as the array of homemade food such as Meatball Sliders, Buffalo Chicken Dip and Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders on offer are equally enticing for your taste buds. Performances by various local and national artists/ bands are scheduled here almost every day, and if you are in mood to give your voice to the songs, then walk up to the stage during their weekday open mic event and impress your pals with your skills in music.
Open all days of the week, this delightful, family-owned grille has been a favorite dining spot for the locals ever since it was established in 1993. By adding a microbrewery three years later, the Tom Mills has made this a preferred watering hole where Golden Ales, Pale Ales, Honey Ales, English-Style IPA, stouts and other several brews are available on tap. Walk into this friendly, historic hangout and gulp down a few glasses of local beers. The pub serves the regular American fare of burgers, sandwiches, salads and appetizers, along with a selection of wine. And that's not all, as The Flying Goose also hosts regular weekly concerts, inviting renowned national artists for its concert series on Thursdays. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Located in Downtown Portsmouth, Fat Belly's offers groups a cozy environment to relax in. Spread across two stories, the main floor comprises of the dining area which is a great place for families to dine in, while the cocktail lounge upstairs houses the 'Ice Bar'. Their menu boasts of delectable comfort foods that will gel well with the beers and cocktails. Gorge on the yummy wings, hummus and potato skins, that are popular favorite of the regulars. On Fridays, beer lovers can enjoy the happy hour discounts; while, Reggae lovers can head over to this place on Wednesday for a special night.
Although fairly quiet early on in the night, Brimmer's gets
the dance floor packed once it gets closer to closing time. Live music helps to get the crowds out, and the patrons are college students and young professionals. While ...
A spot for young locals to meet, greet, dance, and
eye one another, the Strange Brew Tavern is the place to be. Located a little off Elm giving it a more secluded and exclusive feel, this bar has a ...
Although the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Stadium is mostly used
for baseball games of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, other events occur from time to time. The stadium has been known in the past as Fisher Cats Ballpark although ...