Market Square, Portsmouth
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We took our grand daughters shoe shopping at Lively Kids which is a treasure trove of clothing and assessories for young children right in the heart of Portsmouth. The proprietor went the extra mile i... read more »
Pueblo increible. Lo mires desde donde lo mires, cualquier sitio es bonito. Busca el parkim gratuito, lo hay. No te pierdas ni una calle, ni un detalle, las casas, los jardines, todo con muy buen gust... read more »Amazing people. You look at it from where you look at, any place is beautiful. Looking for the free parkim, there it is. Never miss a street, or a detail, houses, gardens, all with very good taste. Good variety of restaurants and bars, much room. To eat, specialty the fish, one of the best fish chowder that I've eaten in my life. Don't forget the camera. I will return if I can.show original
If you are into shopping in small quaint stores this is where you need to go. There is something for everyone from coffee, candy, home goods, folk shops, etc.
Very accommodating to our infant. Food was delicious. I had the shrimp and grits which while not quite like what I had in the South, was still delicious. My wife has a seafood crepe which was a great balance of sweet and savory. The drinks were good as well though a little weak.
I go here whenever I get a chance. The food is AMAZING and for sure worth the price. The staff is always super nice and cheery. Their drinks are also damn good.
Fantastic staff, and fantastic food. The employees absolutely care for their customers - even on the busiest of days. I highly recommend this place (and their French toast).
Went there today & this is the first time I've ever commented on a restaurant. Sat upstairs at a sunny table for two and I had the lobster eggs benedict. Incredible sauce and presentation. The staff was very pleasant and the woman who I believe is the owner started off the conversation with "Bloody Mary? Mimosa? Some happiness?" really captivated us because we felt she truly wanted to be there. She called everyone sweetie or honey and made people feel like they were amongst friends. One of our new favorite places in Portsmouth!
Decades from now I will be telling my grandchildren about the time I went to New Hampshire and got lobster, shrimp and scallop crepes in a creamy wild mushroom sauce with an elderflower mimosa. I live in Ontario and I would seriously consider driving 10 hours just to eat here again.
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