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Q: Concord, NH First Date ( No Answer,   4 Comments )
Subject: Concord, NH First Date
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Restaurants and City Guides
Asked by: katten-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 29 Mar 2006 04:10 PST
Expires: 28 Apr 2006 05:10 PDT
Question ID: 713109
I'm going on a first date Saturday in Concord, NH.  Zagat doesn't
reach out that far.

I'm looking for a list, written by the answerer, of 10-15 "things to
do" in Concord - museums, fun retail/food shops, city walks,
coffeeshops, or non-chain, vegetarian-friendly restaurants.  Including
hours, addresses, phone and price, where applicable.
If there are ticketed events that happen to fall on April 1 as well,
then great.  For ticket events, no size is too small - a school play
is fine.

An answer by 5:00pm ET today gets bonus points!
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Concord, NH First Date
From: politicaloyster-ga on 29 Mar 2006 07:09 PST
Hello katten,

I thought I'd direct you towards the following site: It's the official site of the City of
Concord, New Hampshire.

Roll over the "Visitors" link on the left menu and you will have a
variety of options to choose from, including Attractions and
Restaurances. More contact details can be found within.

Enjoy the date!

Subject: Re: Concord, NH First Date
From: katten-ga on 29 Mar 2006 07:43 PST
Thanks for the tip; it gives me a chance to clarify my question.

I found that website but I'm looking for subjective descriptions of
places - atmosphere, comparisons to other places.  Perhaps I could
phrase it like this: imagine I came to visit my friend from out of
town, and my friend had to work, leaving me with free time from 9-5 to
explore the city.  I'd say to my friend, "where's good to go to?"  and
my friend would say "well, if you want ice cream, place X is better
than Y.  You wouldn't know it but the elementary school does a play
every week, and they're really cute.  And there are two italian
restaurants - both are good, but this one's dark-n-fancy, while that
one's light-n-airy."

That's the kind of thing I'm looking for.
Subject: Re: Concord, NH First Date
From: onetruething-ga on 31 Mar 2006 15:03 PST
This is a subjective subject and it depends on what you (and your
date) like, but here are some categories with top things in each


Mary Baker Eddy Historic House
Reverend Timothy Walker House
Pierce Manse


City Library
New Hampshire State Library
Hannah Duston Memorial
State Capital

Concord on Foot is a walking tour of the city


Museum of New Hampshire History
Silk Farm Audubon Center
Christa McAuliffe Planetarium


Susty's - Vegitarian and good
Moritomo Japanese Restaurant
Smokey Bones BBQ (but not veg)
Makris Lobster and Steakhouse

Hope this helps
Subject: Re: Concord, NH First Date
From: katten-ga on 01 Apr 2006 18:58 PST
It does help!  Subjective is fine, given the parameters of the question.

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