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November 1, 2013

Chow Down!

Beach season may be over, but that doesn’t mean that all is quiet on the coast. Next week, from Nov. 7 to 16, dining destinations from New Hampshire to Southern Maine will be participating in Portsmouth and Seacoast Restaurant Week, sponsored by the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce.

“Restaurant Week Portsmouth and the Seacoast is an opportunity for people to travel to this historic seaport and find out why it’s such a great culinary destination,” said Kathleen Soldati, who is helping to organize restaurant week. “Visitors can make a day of it – come for the independent shops, historic tours, and the nightlife; or an overnight or weekend to stretch out their visit and really relax in this wonderful,walk-able city.”

During the week, over 40 restaurants are offering three course, set-price meals, at $16.95 for lunch or $29.95 for dinner. Here are the restaurants offering fine-dining at bargain prices next week:

Agave Mexican Bistro Dos

111 State St., Portsmouth

603-427-5300 or agavedos.com

Fresh, authentic food and attentive staff make your dining experience here a memorable one! Agave has five specialty dining areas located on two floors. Each room provides a unique atmosphere, with five fireplaces and two full bars with lighted waterfalls, creating the ultimate setting for you and your guests.

Anneke Jans

60 Wallingford Square, Kittery, ME

207-439-0001 or annekejans.net

This neighborhood bistro style restaurant where old and new friends gather offers delicious food, great drinks and good wine. The menu changes often, and parking is easy.

Black Trumpet Bistro

29 Ceres St., Portsmouth

603-431-0887 or blacktrumpetbistro.com

This two-story bistro and wine bar is in the heart of Portsmouth’s historic old port. Both floors offer views of the Piscataqua River and the oft-photographed tugboats. Black Trumpet’s cuisine reflects the chef-owner’s culinary curiosity, drawing inspiration from the Mediterranean as well as the Americas. A typical Black Trumpet menu may include influences from Spain, North Africa, Turkey and the Mexican heartland.

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