As a beach town, Seabrook, NH has a lot of restaurants that close in the winter or dramatically cut back their hours. Someone told us about this neat little cafe just across the bridge in Hampton so we decided to check it out for breakfast.
The bottom line: Really good food, friendly service, and a lot of choices.
My wife and I ordered breakfast wraps at the counter and had a lot of options in terms of type of wrap, what we wanted in it, what kind of cheese, what kind of coffee, how we wanted it prepared ... so whatever you wanted they would do it.
They have the "real deal" when it come to NY style boiled bagels (in an assortment of flavors), and their coffee beans are roasted in nearby Portsmouth. They have a wide array of flavors for your coffee if you're into that sort of thing (which we are not).
Our breakfast wraps and coffee were delicious and we think we have found a new breakfast place. We were able to get right in on a Sunday in early December, but the woman behind the counter said that in the summer, there are often lines out the door and all the way to the street. I believe it! In the colder months they have a big crock of soup which I have to try next time I'm there.
They have a printed menu that you can take with you, but I'm not sure if they do take-out or not. If they do, we would probably call ahead for take-out in the summer. Based on how busy I think they are in the summer, I would be surprised if they could take that on.
Don't let the outside fool you. It doesn't look like much from the street, but once you get inside it is a neat, clean, and more spacious restaurant than you might think.
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