Trendy tea house in Somersworth, NH, opens Concord location

Do you remember when Logan and I took our tour of Somersworth?

We made a call on Facebook and asked the people of Somersworth who we should meet and where we should visit in their beautiful town! The toppers are a proud bunch, and the responses poured in. Before we knew it, it was time to hit the streets!

We met Joanne the brigadier, aka Yia Yia! She kept the children of Somersworth Middle School safe for decades. She refers to all students as “her children”. What a LEGEND!

We caught up with new Somersworth Police Chief Tim McLin:

And we hung out with everyone’s favorite 3rd grade teacher at Maplewood Elementary, Eric Momsen, aka Mr. Somersworth!

Oh, what a visit it was.

So many people have suggested we visit Emmett at Teatotaller.

It’s Emmet!

We did not have the opportunity to pass, but I regret it since. The more I learn about this place, the more I like it.

Teatotaller, according to their instagramis a self-proclaimed:

“Queer Hipster Oasis of Tea, Coffee + Baking”

They have bubble tea (aka Boba):

Avo Stacks:

And sometimes live entertainment:

It was time for drag queens to be present in the city of Hilltop! We love to see it!

The atmosphere and delights that Teatotaller offers have been fully embraced by the community! So much so that they just spilled the tea (oh no, she didn’t!) About their second location that just opened in Concord, New Hampshire:

The new location is at 2 Capital Plaza, Concord NH and is open Wednesday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (hours subject to change).

Be sure to follow Teatotaller on the gram and Facebook, and visit their new location in Capitol City! We wish a big congratulations to Emmett and the entire Teatotaller team, and wish you the best of luck!

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