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Portsmouth, NH, Featured in Yankee's November/December Issue

Portsmouth, NH, Featured in Yankee’s November/December Issue
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Breaking New Grounds — 603-436-9555

Jumpin’ Jay’s Fish Café — www.jumpinjays.com.

Popovers on the Square — www.popoversonthesquare.com.

What to Do

The Music Hall — www.themusichall.org.

Strawbery Banke Museum — www.strawberybanke.org.</

Where to Shop

G.Willikers! — www.gwillikers.com.

Hoyt’s Office Products — 603-436-2566

Marco Polo — 603-436-8887

The Manporium — 603-436-1131

Portsmouth Fabric Company — www.portsmouthfabric.com.

Sheaf Street Books — 603-498-4696

Tree House Toys — www.treehousetoys.us.

For more on Portsmouth’s holiday festivities, including concerts, shopping, house tours, and the Strawbery Banke Candlelight Stroll, visit: YankeeMagazine.comwww.vintagechristmasnh.org. For more travel ideas in Portsmouth, visit: www.portsmouthchamber.org/. For more information about the contents of Yankee Magazine’s November/December issue, visit: www.yankeemagazine.com.

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