If you enjoy a good breakfast, Portsmouth, NH is the perfect place for you to be. This southern town has been named one of the best breakfast locations by the American Heart Association. When you visit, you will be greeted by the delightful phrase, “What you have won is worth a hundred pounds.” This sign is actually an old saying that originated in Portsmouth, England. As a result, the restaurants in this charming seaside town offer the best breakfasts in New Hampshire.
To find the best breakfast, you have to go where the locals go. Portsmouth’s top attractions are packed into a tight radius of the downtown area. If you think about it, this area is packed with New England history, sea life, museums and galleries. As a result, there are four star rated hotels and lodges right in this city’s storied footsteps.
Among these hotels and lodges are the Hotel Bristol on Bridge Street, The Bristol House, The Laneside, and the mysteriously named Seabiscuit Cafe, which earned its keep among TripAdvisor’s best rated amenities when reviewing hotels. At the Bristol House, you’ll get to experience the beautiful Royal Pavilion, the beautiful Courtright House, and the National Maritime Museum. The Seabiscuit Cafe features waterfront dining and a wide selection of locally sourced seafood, mussels and clams. You will also get to sample the restaurant’s house specialties such as clam chowder and corn dogs.
If you are looking for the best breakfast in New Hampshire, head to Waconut. This hometown favorite offers visitors maple syrup waffles, Southern classics like fried chicken, sausage, grits and greens, and cinnamon-baked waffles. Of course, you cannot forget the famous waffles, made from maple syrup and butter, that is made into maple waffles by the Waconut Company. If you don’t like maple syrup, you might try the company’s honey cinnamon waffles.
One of the most unique experiences you can have while visiting Boston is enjoying the Little Italy on Boylston street. This small but cozy cafe makes it a point to offer its guest a traditional and healthy Italian breakfast that has been made with fresh ingredients. The best thing about the restaurant is that you don’t have to walk very far to find desserts such as tiramisu and the Tiramisu donuts. In addition to their delicious food, the restaurant also offers pasta favorites like Tagliatelle and Ziti. At TripAdvisor’s Best In Boston rankings, the Little Italy is voted number one.
If you’re looking for a wonderful day out from your hotel or resort, you need to hit up the local brunch. Among the top choices in Massachusetts is the Char Bar, a favorite among travelers and locals alike. At TripAdvisor’s Best In Boston, the Char Bar is voted number three, beating out the nearby Panjabi Inn & Kitchen. While you’re there, you should also check out the West End Grille, which serves up one of the best brunch in the city. The West End offers brunch daily during the summer months.
The Coffee Shop at the Plaza adds a little something extra to breakfast in Boston. Like other reviewers, tripadvisor members rate this cafe highly for its variety and its unique twists on classic dishes. At the top of TripAdvisor’s best in Boston list, the Coffee Shop is voted number four.
Birmingham, Alabama has long been known as the seat of beautiful white beaches. Stop in at the Tides, located on MLK parkway, for some Birmingham groans. Among the best choices for brunch in Birmingham include Tides’ Prime Rib and the legendary brunch spot Baba Ghanoush at The Waffle House. Birmingham is full of young restaurants with an up and coming reputation. One of those young establishments that is gaining a reputation is the hip, happening brunch joint, Glow. Birmingham’s glow is most definitely reflected in these high ratings of various brunch joints.