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Scenic Pancakes

Today’s blog post might not come as an impressive, innovative new restaurant to those of you who have lived in New Hampshire your whole lives. However, sometimes restaurants are popular tourist destinations for good reason, and Polly’s Pancake Parlor is always a good idea. Let’s talk about the view, shall we? Unless you planned on […]

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Two Barns and a Beer

At first look, it’s hard to tell that the beautiful new Twin Barns Brewing Company facility was recently two 1850s conjoined barns discovered in Meredith by co-founders Bruce Walton and Dave Picarillo. Upon further review, the logo, two-toned paint job, and interior exposed beams tell more of the story. Located right on Daniel Webster Highway […]

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Brunch Full of Color

Throughout the state, New Hampshire has some pretty amazing museums! Whether you’re checking out the Currier Museum of Art or the Millyard Museum in Manchester, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center (and planetarium!) in Concord, the Robert Frost Farm in Derry, the Fells Estate in Newbury, the Franklin Pierce homes in Concord or Hillsboro, Strawbery Banke in […]

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The Juicery

My husband has been hobbling around on borrowed crutches for the past few weeks. Thanks to a knee injury, his ultimate frisbee season has been sidelined for the time being, but that doesn’t stop him from shuffling down to The Juicery. With only four locations in New Hampshire, we consider ourselves very lucky to have […]

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The Great Ice Fishing Debate

For those of us who are transplants to the lovely state of New Hampshire, we have probably all had an experience where we referred to, or pronounced, something a little differently than the locals. For example, I made it through entire AP US History classes thinking Concord was pronounced Con Cord. One thing I learned […]

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Fuel for the Soul

Since moving to New Hampshire, I’ve determined that one thing the state does really well is preserve cool old buildings. In my mind, bonus points are awarded to projects that are completely repurposed and serve their communities in different ways: the small business economy, the environment, and the coffee consumer, in particular. Lucky’s Coffee Garage […]