Coming off the most lovely Memorial Day weekend in memory, Seacoast dining places are in the thick of it with complete tables outside and within for the official kickoff of summertime. And this summer season is living up to all the hype with a different warm, dry weekend extend on tap.
This weekend, it truly is Piscataqua Riverfest on Saturday in Prescott Park and at Strawbery Banke from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., celebrating our rivers and their relevance in our collective heritage and our lives right now, and a lot of area food items. Nearby in the park, the Prescott Park Arts Competition is hosting a Summer season Social from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. showcasing ice cream till it runs out, Prop treats from the park’s concession stand and household-friendly games and pursuits. Up the coast, Ogunquit Satisfaction is celebrating that community’s LGBTQ+ Pleasure Month from June 1 to 5 with tons of gatherings and food items. Dover will be rockin’ on Saturday with the 10th once-a-year Maker Fest hosted by the Children’s Museum in and all-around Henry Regulation Park, showcasing neighborhood meals makers, too.
This 7 days, we figured out that that the former operator of the very well known Ocean Wok restaurant in Hampton Seashore is returning to operate the cafe and return it to its former glory. Diners rejoiced when we published the news and you will, much too, upcoming time you might be down at the beach front. Up at The Ridge in Rochester, a sister cafe of the common 110 Grill chain, Evviva Trattoria, is slated to open in December.
And we’re in this article to proclaim Gilley’s in Portsmouth is open up even with Fleet Avenue being improved to a person-way traffic for a town project. Make a stage to spend them a take a look at when the venture is ongoing this summertime.
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Jane Murphy, Editor, Neighborhood Taste
This posting initially appeared on Portsmouth Herald: Competition foods aplenty this weekend and Ocean Wok news sparks pleasure