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Eating out

Opnening hours

Remember that New Englanders traditionally go to bed early and that, with the exception of main cities, restaurants are closed after 9pm.

Where to eat

An institution in the United States, the diner was born in Providence (Rhode Island). Authentic diner cars are still commonplace in the region, serving breakfast, burgers, seafood, salads and traditional dishes.

The major cities of New England are home to all sorts of establishments. However you will often find the best food in country inns: tasty dishes, creative desserts and award-winning wines.


Embassies and consulates

British Embassy –One Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142 – t 1 617 245 4500 – http://ukinusa.fco.gov.uk/en

Irish Embassy – Chase Building, 535 Boylston Street, MA 02116 Boston – t 1 617 267 9330 – http://www.irishconsulateboston.org./


Public holidays

1 January

3rd Monday of January – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

3rd Monday of February – Presidents Day

1st Tuesday of March – Town Meeting Day - in Vermont

3rd Monday of April – Patriots’ Day - In Maine and Massachusetts

Last Monday of May – Memorial Day

4 July – Independence Day

16 August – Bennington Battle Day - In Vermont

2nd Monday of August – Victoria Day - On Rhode Island.

1st Monday of September – Labour Day

2nd Monday of October – Columbus Day

11 November – Veterans’ Day

4th Thursday of November – Thanksgiving Day

25 December


Shopping

Sales tax

With the exception of hotels and restaurants, New Hampshire is exempt from sales tax.

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