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New Hampshire Dining by the Water

New Hampshire Dining by the Water
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THE OAR HOUSE
A seat on the deck looking out to Portsmouth Harbor, with a bowl of corn- and bacon-studded clam chowder (and maybe a lobster spring roll with hoisin dipping sauce), means an afternoon or evening well spent.
55 Ceres St., Portsmouth, NH. 603-436-4025; portsmouthnh.com/oarhouse

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One Response to New Hampshire Dining by the Water

  1. leo king June 28, 2010 at 6:42 pm #

    you missed one of the very best for all your seafood lovers.brown’s lobster pound on 286 in seabrook beach,thier platters are huge and absolutely fantastic fiavored,great taste and the best fried clams ,fish,oysters ,scallop to die for.i came from seabrook but moved here to wv 7 years ago.i miss good old newengland food.[seafood prices here are over the top].any way please give this establishment a well deserved plug.

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