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West Side coffee shop wasn’t planned, but was meant to be

Jonathan Hutchins hadn’t planned to open a coffee shop in New Hampshire, and definitely hadn’t planned to open one on the West Side. But from the moment William & Sons Coffee Co. begin doing business at 498 Amory St. May 12, it was clear it was a match made in coffee heaven.

Reducing energy use on tap for NH breweries

With New Hampshire’s craft beer industry still hopping after its growth spurt over the past decade, more local breweries are looking for ways to cut their energy use and create a greener future.

NCR ransomware attack is ‘crippling’ for some NH restaurants

Restaurants in New Hampshire, and across the country, have not been able to process loyalty products, gift cards or, in some cases, online orders, for more than a week because of a ransomware attack on NCR/Aloha, a point-of-sale provider.ghqa

The Smoothie Bus keeps rolling

The business that began with one bus in 2018 now has three bricks-and-mortar locations, has expanded to Tampa, Florida, and has just opened Manchester’s first community commercial kitchen for food entrepreneurs.

As the sap stops running, the Maple Syrup Inquiry gets underway

Maple producers from New Hampshire and across the Northeast are still removing their taps and wiping the sap from their hands from the 2023 season, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture hopes they will take the time to answer the annual industry survey.

Back to the future for Campo Enoteca

That’s why Eric Maxwell decided to re-open the popular Elm Street eatery just as previous owners Ed Aloise and Claudia Rippee left it. He recently purchased the entire business – recipes included.

Manchester Bites: Meatloaf done right at Diz’s Cafe

The place is cozy and local-minded and we walked right up to the bar and grabbed a seat which was easy to do at 6 p.m.  My tequila on ice with lime was perfect and hubby’s Manhattan was as he likes it.

Put your differences aside at To Share neighborhood brewery

If you live in or near Manchester, but you have not yet been to To Share brewery, then I am overcome with sympathy for you, mixed with a healthy dollop of outright pity. No, wait, maybe it’s just plain puzzlement. What the Hefeweizen, man? It’s not like they’re hard to find. Head north on Union Street then you really have to work to miss them.

Heading North to Ledge Brewing Co.

This time of year many Manchester residents load up the minivan and head north for a little summer getaway. And as a wise man once said, what’s saison for the goose is saison for the gander, so this week your intrepid beer surveyor did the same. Thus, this episode of Brewery Scene comes to you special delivery from North Conway.

Hop Knot offers best of many breweries

What kind of brewery scene can you find when you’re not actually at a brewery? If you’re at the Hop Knot on Elm Street, you will find an eclectic and well-curated selection of delicious brews from many of the area’s finest breweries, and beyond. And those brews will be accompanied by great food, fantastic playlists, …

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