White Heron Tea....Celebrating 5 Years


A fixture at the Portsmouth Farmers market, White Heron Tea is a West End treasure and just the other week celebrated 5 years at their retail location on Islington street. Their original mission started out with goal of offering delicious and healthy organic teas. This has morphed into a cafe and coffee house. Today consumers can walk into the retail store front located at 601 Islington Street and order a cup of coffee, tea, and a home made baked item and even lunch. Congrats to White Heron Tea for 5 fabulous years!

West End ... Business Spot Light

The West End is known for dining, home decor, breweries, and more.  Did you know that you can get your pet groomed in the West End?  Check out "Your Pet's Peeve Pet Grooming Salon."  The West End has it all!

This small business was founded in 1989. Today, the business is owned by Jennifer Rouillard who has worked there since 2003 and attended the Massachusetts School of Pet Grooming in Medford, Massachusetts. Services include breed cuts, nail clipping, spa services, flea treatments, and even facials!  They pride themselves on luxury services and attention to detail.

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Your Pet's Peeve!
99 1/2 Albany St
Portsmouth, NH 03801

Meet Iron & Air

We've been touting for some time that the West End is a life style. It's an opportunity to work, play, live all in one area of Portsmouth. Iron & Air Supply is geared toward the motorcycle lifestyle of adventuresome combined with edginess. They started out as a sleek magazine and have merged with the Papa Wolf Supply Company to offer a clothing, luggage and home decor line of products that embodies the "Live Free of Die" attitude of the 2 wheel lifestyle.  They even added Lucky's Barbour Shop so you can get the "look."


801 Islington Street
Portsmouth, NH  03801

Coming this week...The Bodines


Portsmouth's WestEnd own theater, New Hampshire Theatre Project, presents The Bodines. Playing from August 24th through September 9th. This is a dark comedy written by Jeffrey Kinghorn. Tickets are just $20.

About the play...taken from the New Hampshire Theatre Project's website.

"Life is never going to be the same for Wyatt and Emily Bodine who embark on another boring evening at home that quickly turns into the day when everything change. A text message. A neighbor's return from vacation. A homemade pie. It all seems so banal..until it becomes the meaning of life, a glimpse into the cosmos, and an awakening to a whole new world.