Here are some local links you might find useful. If you'd like to suggest others, or if you'd like to trade links with this site, contact us (see below).
SHARE OUR STRENGTH'S 2006 TASTE OF THE NATION takes place this year on Wednesday, June 21st, at Portsmouth's Strawbery Banke Museum. Visit this site for details and to sign up to volunteer.
Taste of the Seacoast The perfect online resource for restaurant rankings, reviews, recipes, news, wine reviews and other food-related insights. There are even free monthly dining excursion giveaways.
SeacoastNH A great spot to get local color, news and lore.
PortsmouthNH.com. A practical and wideranging website devoted to Portsmouth and the Seacoast.
The Greater Portsmouth Chamber.The Chamber's site is a good resource for visitors.
The City of Portsmouth - our (real) town. A site run by the City of Portsmouth.
Smuttynose Brewing Company. New Hampshire's original craft brewery. Portsmouth's 2001 Small Business of the Year award winner.
Redhook Ale Brewery. Seattle-based craft brewing pioneer that maintains a second home in Portsmouth.
Ceres Street Wine Merchants. Sure, you can buy nice wines at the big NH State liquor marts, but for the same prices you can visit Portsmouth's own cosy little wine shop and browse through proprietor David Campbell's excellent handpicked selection while sipping a graciously offered sample. Stumped? David is always there to offer terrific advice, recommendations and friendly chat.
Isles of Shoals Steamship Company ~ New Hampshire's Cruise Center. Join them for narrated sightseeing cruises to the Isles of Shoals and Portsmouth Harbor, party ships, dinner cruises, and fall foliage cruises. Hear the legends of pirates, ghosts and buried treasure! Operating April-November. ~ 315 Market Street ~ Portsmouth, NH 03801 ~ (800) 441-4620
The Official New Hampshire Guidebook - the official site of the New Hampshire Department of Travel and Tourism.
The New Hampshire State Liquor Commission - this is an excellent and well-laid out site for practical information concerning the liquor industry in the Granite State. This site is part of the State of New Hampshire's outstanding official site, called Webster.
Slow Food - Founded in Italy in response to the encroachment of fast food on local food traditions, this internation organization celebrates the joys and benefits of eating the traditional, local, (slow) way.