Our seaside hometown has many restaurants with decks, but the Old Ferry Landing is the best one! The seafood never disappoints, and the Jimmy Juice is a refreshing libation! Plus, it's owned by the mayor. It's a Portsmouth institution.
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Great for people watching--quaint dining place--a Portsmouth landmark--the owner is the Mayor and caters to tourists --a fun place to visit
The fish tacos that we ordered were not what we had expected. They were covered in rosemary and had chopped onion and peppers, with some small amount of pineapple. We felt they needed to have some sort of sauce or something to help overcome the...More
Great food with reasonable prices for being on the water. Spectacular view of the Piscataqua River. But the best part of this restaurant is the drinks. From the "Jimmy Juice" which has been a staple for 30 years to the great selection of cocktails and...More
A no-frills bar and restaurant. Snappy service with good value fresh fish and seafood. A fair range of local IPA's and beers at sensible prices. Under $30 for one course and beers.
After being ignored at the Gas Light, we headed down to Ceres St. for lunch. First place that greeted us was the Old Ferry. Nice views of the harbor, good menu selection, especially the daily specials, friendly service, and if anything service that was too...More
Had dinner with 2 guests, shared a nice bottle of chardonnay. The deck is right on the river, which makes for nice views and nice breezes. Food was good (we all had seafood), portions were generous. Service was good. Picnic tables of various sizes. Tables...More
We lunched outdoors on the deck, with a wonderful view of four tug boats tied up at the next pier. The sunny day and pleasant temperatures added to our enjoyment. My fried clams and scallops were tasty and properly fried to a medium golden-brown. My...More
I stopped here on a recommendation from a local. I had a bowl of chowder, it was big and good. Loaded with clams and potatoes. The harbor view was great, choose your own table. A fuller of tugboats right across. They have daily fish specials....More