Seabrook is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 8,693 at the 2010 census. Located at the southern end of the coast of New Hampshire on the border with Massachusetts, Seabrook is noted as the location of the Seabrook Nuclear Power Station, the third-most recently constructed nuclear power plant in the United States.
Restaurants in Seabrook
4.5 based on 929 reviews
Whether you come in mid-summer with huge crowds or in the spring or fall, you will never bee disappointed. The state keeps this well maintained and safe for families.
The water is cold even in mid-August, but who cares? Enjoy the sun, the freee concerts and the nearby food options.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Great clean friendly campground. Very large and open ( little privacy). Clean toilets. All sites have electric and water. No sewers but revamped and enlarged dump station. This camping area is all about the beach. Clean sandy oven beach one side, clean sandy river side beach on another. Alcohol not allowed. All sites have fire pit and stand up Bbq.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
OK, we are talking about picking your own apples, in season fresh fruits and vegetables, safe-close-up honey bee production, delicious fresh baked rolls and cookies and on and on. Great experience for the kids to see how many fruits and vegetables are grown.
5 based on 28 reviews
Smoky Quartz is a veteran owned and operated craft distillery. Distilllery produces The award winning V5 bourbon and Granite Coast Rum. The distillery also produces premium craft spirits Granite Lightning Moonshine and Solid Granite Vodka. .
One of many emerging artisan distilleries with a nice story and a couple of very interesting spirits. I was most impressed with the bourbon but also liked the vodka, both different that some of the harsher new entrants in the distillery market.Thank you for a wonderful review! We thank you for your business!This month is Bourbon Heritage Month-follow us on Facebook for interesting articles and recipes!
4 based on 239 reviews
I had not been to Hampton Beach for years and was hesitant to go back because the water is sooo cold. However, I had a great time. We parked in a lot about a block from the beach for $30. The beach is very large and even though it was packed with people it did not feel crowded. There was so much to look at: the people, the boats, the parasailing, the hotels, the boardwalk. The water is still cold but it was tolerable and there were many people in the water. The bath house only has toilets, no showers inside. The teens loved it because they could walk the boardwalk, play in the arcade, get stuff to eat and shop. Personally I prefer going south to RI (I'm in MA) but I would return to this beach again. Beware of the seagulls, there are lots of them and they will go right into your bags for food. There is beach patrol also that circulates often.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We stopped here when we were in the Portsmouth area. The wines were excellent. During our tasting, the owners came up and said they were pressing grapes and asked if we wanted to watch. We were able to watch the pressing and get a wonderful explanation of what happens. The grounds were beautiful and scenic. The staff was friendly and helpful. Definitely a great stop.
5 based on 5 reviews
The Farm at Eastman’s Corner is a community-governed farm store committed to offering fresh local produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, and delicious grab & go meals. We give back to our community by supporting local farmers, hosting events, and donating five cents of every dollar and all profits to Sawyer Park.
EXCELLENT cookies (especially the toffee), good pastries, wonderful flavored milk and terrific staff all in a comfortable, beautiful setting make this a must-stop. Bonus: The store was created to fund the community's needs, so it's also a good cause!Thank you for your kind words, Kate! We take great pride in our community efforts (and tasty baked goods!) Look forward to seeing you at the farm again soon.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
My visit to Seabrook Beach is usually for a relaxing day fishing by the bridge. There is more beach, but my favorite spot is by the bridge. A great spot on either side of the bridge for sun bathing, swimming and fishing. Parking is limited since it is residential. Unload your stuff near the bridge first, then drive back to the public parking lot on your left prior to the bridge. This area is more secluded and enjoyable. Watch people fishing, boaters and fishing charters go by, and the nice homes along the shore. The best spot is to the right of the bridge during low tide. Walk about 1/4 of a mile along the rocks, and you will find yourself a sandy area surrounded by shallow water on one side and a deep enough area where you can fish and swim. Yes, there are fishes in that area during low tide. Oh... be sure to have your salt water permit. The park ranger can come by anytime.
4.5 based on 151 reviews
Come visit historic Towle Farm, home of Smuttynose Brewing Company, one of New England's oldest and most beloved craft breweries. Take a free tour of our brewery, enjoy a guided tasting (for a small fee) and shop for favorite and hard-to-find Smuttynose and Smuttlabs beers, as well as other goodies in our retail store. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious meal at Hayseed, the Smuttynose public house located on the same grounds, featuring over two dozen beers, a farm-to-table menu and a seasonal beer garden and fire pit. And if you have time, play a round of disc golf while exploring our 17-acre site. The course is free and loaner discs are available in our retail shop.
Outdoor venue, coordinated by Leslie, who did a fantastic job converting my daughter's "vision" into a reality. Smuttynose provided a large, durable tent, portable dance floor, in a lovely outdoor setting on the brewery grounds. We were impressed by how well everything was organized, and by the friendliness of the entire staff. This was Smuttynose's first attempt, I understand, at an outdoor wedding event, which caused me some initial concern, but they came through with flying colors and I highly recommend them.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
I took my pup down to this park this morning to check out the views along the Merrimack River. I'd read several reviews about how nice and well kept the trails were, and we weren't disappointed. The trails were in great shape all through the park, and there were some nice views of the river.
My only thing I can ask for is a few more trail signs inside the park. The major trail junctions were pretty well marked, but when we got digging into some of the smaller trails, we got turned around quickly. I couldn't complain too much, as it was a nice morning to be outside. It's a great park that feels miles away from the hustle and bustle of the towns and interstate around it.
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