Set on the Merrimack River, Concord, NH, is a thriving state capital with a wonderful Main Street lined with locally-owned stores and eateries - and now beer! Within the last few years a host of new micro-brew legends have sprung up.Read More
Spring is Maple Time in New Hampshire, the pinnacle of “sugaring time” in the heart of Maple Country.Read More
If you’re looking for some exotic flavors, or are an admirer of sushi, sashimi, chicken teriyaki or egg rolls, here a few suggestions of places you should try around town:Read More
The spirit of fall is at home in the Concord area –with big pumpkins shining in the crisp fall air. It is fun for kids to pick a pumpkin, get some apples, have fresh cider and doughnuts- and take in eh the fall colors.
With New England’s “wicked hot summers” it is important to hydrate and… yes - ice cream can help. Well, it can't hurt...Read More
Looking for vegan food in Concord? You’re in luck, you’ve got options. Trust me when I say you don’t need to be a full-fledged vegan to enjoy the amazing tastes of Concord and beyond!Read More
Since 1981 the fresh street market has been in Concord and this year is no different: On May 5th, the local vendors are back!Read More
Set on the Merrimack River, Concord always had the bones to be a destination – a thriving, well-preserved Main Street with lots of locally owned stores. The monumental NH Statehouse is full of statues, paintings and history. But, the tourists often just drove by, on their way to the lakes and mountains of the north – until now.Read More