All Reviews by Fallenxero
125 Loring St, Manchester, USA
I actually worked for this store. I do love their produce, and their soups. They have a few hard to find vegan specialty items, which is pretty much the only reason I go there. They are way overpriced, and the management (and a few of the staff) are snooty and pretentious, which is too bad, because otherwise this store would be awesome.
159 1st New Hampshire Turnpike, Northwood, USA
Susty's makes me happpppy like a cow
I love Susty's. I took cooking classes there with Norma (the owner) and she is wonderful - all about the cause and she's an excellent cook. Homestyle food tastes just excellent, and well worth the trip.
174 Main St, Marlborough, USA
I visited the cafe after reading some of the reviews on here. It is a wonderful place for vegetarians, however if you are vegan, it's not so impressive. The only vegan item that they have to eat was a veggie burger, on a roll, with ketchup. They do carry soy milk, which is good for coffee drinkers. Note that the chai mix that they use is not vegan (I was definetly bummed about that.) If you are vegan and in the area, it's a good place to stop for some cheap local, organic fair trade coffee (from A&E Roasteries in Milford, probably the best coffee in NH) with soy milk. Otherwise, call ahead to make sure they have more vegan options, or don't bother to go out of your way.