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.
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 within the historical The Exeter Inn, Epoch Restaurant & Bar brings together the Gregorian architecture along with modern design. The executive chef Peter. J. Agostinelli is renowned for creating delectable local American cuisine that blends together International recipes. He also loves surprising his guests with a new menu every season. The food is made from locally sourced ingredients directly from the farm, ensuring great taste and quality to the preparation. Guests can end their meal with a delicious cheesecake or an Artisanal Cheese Plate filled with an array of cheese.
55 Ceres Street Merchant's Row Building Portsmouth, NH 03801
The Oar House, formerly a warehouse used to store food grains, was transformed into a fine dining restaurant serving delectable American cuisine with contemporary flavors blended in. Try out their menu of clams, oysters and shrimp, made from fresh catch. Apart from seafood. this place is also renowned for their cheesy pizzas. While waiting for your order to arrive, why not take a walk around the restaurant to get a glimpse of the artifacts that celebrate the harbor area's history. On weekends, guests can enjoy at the lounge, sipping on wines as performers entertain you.
20 High Street Downtown Portsmouth Portsmouth, NH 03801
Located in the bustling Downtown area of Portsmouth, Rudi's Portsmouth offers traditional American recipes blended well with contemporary flair. The menu features a range of soups, salads, seafood, poultry and meat dishes. A must try here is the Fried Brie, Gotham Cobb Salad and Crab Cakes. Choose from their daily specials for some of the best dishes the menu has to offer. Drop in on a Sunday for a delectable brunch fare and be surrounded by soothing jazz tunes. Though the restaurant shuts by 10p, the bar and lounge remains open till much later.
59 Penhallow Street Downtown Portsmouth Portsmouth, NH 03801
Established in 1994, Ristorante Massimo is renowned for offering guests authentic Italian cuisine. The executive chef Jethro Loichle uses fresh locally sourced ingredients to create flavors that remain true to the recipes from all across Italy. The restaurant offers an elegant atmosphere to dine in. The stone walls are covered with beautiful landscapes, while opulent chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, covers the room in a warm glow. Gorge on the pastas made from scratch and poultry, meat and seafood cooked with a variety of herbs and spices.
66 Marcy Street Strawbery Banke Portsmouth, NH 03801
Nestled in the heart of Strawbery Banke, the culinary team at Mombo love providing their guests with traditional American cuisine that has been given a contemporary twist. The restaurant houses an open kitchen where you can watch your chef whip your meal together. Located on the fringes of the Prescott Park, stone's throw away from the Portsmouth Harbor, Mombo is surrounded by a beautiful scenery. The patio offers splendid view of the colorful flowers of the park and the calm waters of the Piscataqua River. Guests can enjoy their wine at the piano bar, while a skilled pianist churns out soothing melodies.
The Dolphin Striker is nestled in the heart of Portsmouth, stone's throw away from the Portsmouth Harbor. The owners of The Dolphin Striker, Chef Scott Massidda and Peter DiZigolio, established this place to bring to their customers an array of options in food. Chef Massidda has creatively blended together flavors from around the globe with local traditional recipes. Gorge on their delectable fares of oysters, clams, lobsters and a variety of fish. Choose from their extensive collection of wines, beers and liqueurs to complement your food. The restaurant opens from 11:30a onwards, except on Mondays when it opens only for dinner from 5p onwards.
For a Latin siesta, while visiting the city, drop in at Brazo. The renowned chef and owner Phelps Dieck with his professional team, offer their guests handcrafted Latin American cuisine. Begin your meal with a delectable Yucatan taco, Caramelized Mushroom Empanadas or a Latin Poutine and follow it up with an appetizing entree of churrasco, Cuban style Meatloaf and Brazilian pork confit. Seafood lovers can call for the fresh catch of the day. Complete your meal with a sweet sinful dessert.
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