Fall Head Over Heels for Portsmouth Restaurant Week
It just keeps getting better and you have more reasons to fall in love with Portsmouth than ever before. What am I talking about? Restaurant Week, of course. Only twice a year can you enjoy a three course meal at some of the Seacoast's best restaurants for just $29.95.
Featuring 43 restaurants, this fall's Restaurant Week begins November 7, 2014. You can enjoy your meal in dowtown Portsmouth, just a 10 minute walk from the Inn. Or take a scenic drive to Durham, Rye or Hampton, NH or try Kittery or York, ME. For $29.99 for dinner and $16.99 for lunch, you can eat the fixed price
menu at any one of the participating restaurants. Or you can order a
la carte if you see something you prefer there. This year, there are some new places to explore this year. Or you can visit an old favorite.
Here are some of the new kids on the block. Salt Kitchen & Bar is located at the Wentworth by the Sea Resort and features local foods in a contemporary atmosphere that has not forgotten its historic roots. Located in the newest buildings in downtown Portsmouth, the British Beer Company offers classic pub fare with an amazing variety of beers and lagers. A short walk off the beaten track in the West End of Portsmouth (where the locals enjoy MoJo's BBQ) is the newest dining option called Tavola. Enjoy this fun Italian eatery with great brick wall ambiance and friendly staff. And while not a new name to Portsmouth, The Rosa Restaurant is at its old location but all new inside. There are just too many to list here, so see all the options at the Restaurant Week website.
Restaurant Week wraps up on November 16th, 2013, so make a reservation to
stay at the Martin Hill Inn and you will be just a 10 to 20 minute walk
to all the downtown Portsmouth restaurants. Other seacoast locations
are a 15 to 25 minute drive away.
This was our 12th visit to the Inn and we keep returning! The Inn is an old beautiful building and the rooms are extremely clean and comfortable with lovely furnishings. A delicious breakfast was served every morning...