I was in Portsmouth, NH today ( which is on the seacoast ) and wanted to have a lobster roll, I walked over to Geno's from Market Square about a ten minute walk, Portsmouth has a lot of history with many historic homes. I was seated on the deck overlooking the water, and had a great lobster roll with fish chowder, they also give you a choice of butter, mayo or just plain with your lobster roll.
Geno's is celebrating 51 years of business and was voted Best Lobster Roll in "Taste of the Seacoast" plus there is boat docking available ! Home made chowders and desserts. It is worth the trip and Geno's is surrounded with historic homes great place to walk around !
I also took some pictures of the flowers in Prescott Park and a picture of The North Church steeple which started as a Meeting House in 1671, and the steeple had a major renovation several years ago.
For more information go to; genoschowder.com