MANCHESTER, NH – As summer winds down there’s lots of exciting things happening in the food scene. Stay with us as we give you all the info you need to know.
A foodie village LaBelle Winery hopes to expand and build a village complete with an inn, restaurant with a bar, distillery and brewery, office space, retail and some residential across the street from the current location on Route 101. The new parcel is 48 acres and located at 340 Route 101. The Amherst Zoning Board will meet on August 16 at 7 p.m. at Souhegan High School.
There will be a new kid in town. N’awlin’s Grill is opening Milk & Honey Vegan Café. The new restaurant will be located downtown and is expected to open this fall. No word yet on where, the owners are currently considering two locations.
Craving oysters and like a good deal? On Sundays it’s buck-a-shuck at Ignite and Hooked. On Tuesdays, Hanover Street Chophouse hosts Oyster Riot where they serve $1 oysters on the half shell, and three baked stuffed oysters and or three fried oysters for $5. At Veranda Martini Bar & Grille, buck-a-shuck Blue Point oysters are served on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays, all day. And at the Bedford Village Inn, $1 oysters are served on The Patio every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
We want all the things. The folks behind Queen City Cupcakes opened a shop yesterday at 816 Elm Street, five doors down from the bakery. Pop of Color features made in New England items for the home. The shop is open Tuesday to Friday, 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.