Ale House Inn is Portsmouths premier boutique, urban inn — featuring brick-walled spaces and a contemporary, loft-like feel. Centrally located in the Market Square district,...
The Black Trumpet Bistro is a chef-owned bistro-and-wine bar in a 200-year-old building of brick and beams. The menu changes often, drawing inspiration from the country cuisine of the Mediterranean.
The Blue Mermaid's festive, award-winning menu features cuisine inspired by the Caribbean and refreshing drinks to quench your thirst - tropical coolers, margaritas, locally brewed beers and fine wines. (closing June 6)
The British Beer Company offers fresh American and British favorites along with craft beer, locally brewed and from around the world. A place to unwind, catch up with friends and enjoy local music.
Located on quiet and quaint Commercial Alley in the heart of Portsmouth, Cava Tapas & Wine Bar offers fresh and innovative small-plate fare and a diverse and always changing selection of international wines in two wine bars -- one on street level and one in the "wine cave."
New Hampshires oldest and largest private wine shoppe.
Discover Portsmouth is a central gateway to the historical, cultural and artistic sites and venues around greater Portsmouth. Open April 1 thru December 23.
Classic and modern board games, wooden brainteasers, high quality jigsaw puzzles, and kids games and puzzles
The Dolphin Striker has been one of the hallmarks of elegant dining on the Seacoast for over 20 years. Our food is sourced locally, creatively prepared and beautifully presented.
Hearty, Happy, Healthy
Sunglasses and unique eyewear for every personality. Let us show you how much fun shopping for glasses can be!
In 1857 the Franklin House of Fleet Street shucked and served oysters to the Portsmouth locals. Nearly 150 years later the Franklin Oyster House revived...
An exciting, hands-on environment where playing is not just allowed it’s encouraged! Family run and family fun since 1978.
Hampton Inn & Suites Portsmouth Downtown brings superior decor and service to a downtown location ideally suited for leisure and business travelers alike – only...
Healing Hands Community Chiropractic is owned and operated by Dr. Jess Caruso and her husband, Brian Caruso. The practice specializes in pregnancy, pediatrics, individual and family wellness...
Newly Renovated Guest Rooms! Located in the heart of historic downtown Portsmouth, become surrounded by a variety of restaurants, attractions, shops, boutiques and waterfront gardens. We...
Housed in an historic 1881 Victorian mansion, The Hotel Portsmouth is downtown Portsmouth’s only locally owned, non-chain boutique hotel. Located just steps to bustling Market...
Located on historic Court Street in the heart of town, the Inn at Strawbery Banke is a unique seven-room colonial bed and breakfast. Take a...
Cruise aboard the Victorian-style M/V Thomas Laighton through Portsmouth Harbor to the Isles of Shoals. Daily sightseeing tours, dinner cruises, whale watching expeditions, and fall foliage.
The oldest surviving wood frame house in New Hampshire and Maine, Jackson House was built by Richard Jackson in 1664.
Located just two blocks down from Market Square, Jay's has become an overnight institution among locals who appreciate exceptional seafood. Casually hip, with no pretense. Reservations encouraged.
A from-scratch eatery specializing in outside-the-box lunch cuisine and catering, both corporate and large-scale events. Open for weekend breakfast, daily lunch and Wednesday through Saturday dinner.
Our goal is to allow the people that visit La Maison Navarre to enjoy a little bit of France when they come in and experience the French Art of Life. Come in and enter into the Sweet World!
The economic and commercial center of Portsmouth since the mid-1700s.
Seven beautifully appointed rooms with private baths. Ten-minute walk to downtown. Complimentary hot breakfast and Wifi.
A National Historic Landmark, the Moffatt-Ladd House is one of America's finest Georgian mansions, built for merchant John Moffatt between 1760 and 1763. The grounds also feature one of the region's finest gardens.
North Church, constructed in 1854 to replace a meeting house built in 1713, dominates the eastern side of Market Square and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city.
The Oar House serves seafood, poultry, beef and other specialties in an historic maritime setting in downtown Portsmouth.
A fixture on the Portsmouth waterfront for 22 years, the Old Ferry Landing offers fine food and beverages and a deck adjacent to Portsmouth's tugs.
Popovers on the Square is a casual café located in the heart of historic Market Square. We embrace the European philosophy of fresh, seasonal food, outstanding coffees and fine wines, relaxing ambiance, and of course, exceptional pastries and desserts.