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Morning Glory Inn

In Taste(ful) Stays By Kristyn Lak Miller / May 2018

Tucked away in the woods, all wrapped up in rather voracious gardens, Morning Glory Inn is a fantastic reminder that an authentic seacoast experience is about more than just the sea—although, it should be noted, the inn is quite close to York Harbor Beach and the famed Wiggly Bridge as well as nature preserves, hiking trails, and golf courses.

Ghee Whiz

In Food Finds By Lisë Stern / February 2018

Raquel Tavares was raised by a registered dietician mother who also had a degree from the California College of Ayurveda.

Ice Ice Baby

In Food Finds By Jessica Sacco / August 2017

Chill out with one of Peter and Brenda Oldak’s ice wines. Rhapsody in Blue & Vidal Blanc is a combintation of sweet, dense, and concentrated blends.

Garrison Inn

In Taste(ful) Stays By Kristyn Lak Miller / July 2017

Flawlessly situated on a tree-lined residential street in downtown Newburyport, Garrison Inn has been welcoming guests for more than 150 years. Though it dates back to the Georgian period, the inn was refurbished five years ago to feel elegant yet modern and thoroughly inviting, with an alluring ambiance that extends into its 24 guest rooms, each retaining historical elements, like a working fireplace and wood-paneled window shutters.

Spice Up Your Life

In Food Finds By Jessica Sacco / June 2017

Rita Wollmering and Brooke Finn have put their green thumbs to good use by optimizing the multitude of herbs and vegetables grown on their 10-acre farm, appropriately called The HERB FARMacy.

A Green Heads Up for Redhook Brewery

In Deconstructed By Mike Bizier and Mike Bellamente / June 2017

Redhook Brewery in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is a popular Seacoast destination. Of course their wide array of tasty suds is a draw, but look beyond the tap, and you’ll find many more reasons to admire Redhook.

Portsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa

In Taste(ful) Stays By Kristyn Lak Miller / April 2017

When it comes to location, it’s hard to beat the Portsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa, with its sublime spot within walking distance of both downtown Kittery, Maine, and downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire; it’s also just a scone’s throw from the Piscataqua River, which divides the two coastal cities.