Woodsville, New Hampshire 03785
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First granted in 1763, Governor Benning Wentworth named the town Peeling after an English town. Many of the first colonists were originally from Lebanon, Connecticut. In 1771, Governor John Wentworth gave it the name Fairfield, after Fairfield, Connecticut. The town was renamed Woodstock in 1840, for a historic palace in Woodstock, England.
Comida Mexicana, 55 Smith St, Woodsville, NH | 603-747-2777
Authentic and sensational Mexican Specialties; Tacos, Burriots, Mexican Sizzling Platers. Try the Fish Taco or Fish and Chips. Fantastic World Class Burgers and FriesThe seafood night buffet has another great menu to offer! New England clam chowder, chilled balsamic shrimp over greens, mussels and smoked sausage in a tomato and fennel sauce, clam strips, steamed crab legs, coconut lime shrimp over rice, fried haddock, seared salmon with a habanero maple glaze and fried sea scallops!
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Located on the Connecticut River, opposite Wells River, Vermont at the mouth of Ammonoosuc River this small New Hampshire town serves as a regional shopping and services center for the surrounding towns of Grafton County New Hampshire and nearby Wells River, Vermont. Woodsville is home to Cottage Hospital, a large grocery store, several restaurants, automobile dealerships, a Walmart store, Shaw’s Supermarket, and many small businesses. The old Grafton County Courthouse is located in downtown Woodsville. Woodsville Station, an old railway terminal is located here.
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