Smoke And Cream Restaurant: Somersworth’s Newest Eatery

Smoke and Cream, 44 Market street, Somersworth, NH

Smoke and Cream, 44 Market street, Somersworth, NHSmoke and Cream produced by Somecity as Part of The Creators Series

Once in a while a new restaurant enters Somersworth’s down town and that was the case a couple of weeks ago.

Smoke and Cream became the newest of Somersworths eateries. It joined the Iron Horse Pub and Phuggin Burger and offers something slightly different from the other establishments.

Locally Owned Eatery Produces Texas Style Barbecue and Small Batch Ice-Cream.

Smoke and Cream is co-owned by local Somersworth residents Anna and Tristian Hafner who are responsible for all the delicious food that is produced in the small but adequate kitchen in their space located at 44 Market Street, Somersworth. If you’re wondering exactly where that space is. It used to house Trackside Tacos and before that Leaven.

The husband and wife team produce Texas style barbecue as well as small batch ice-cream both of which is smoked and produced on site.

Smoke and Cream, Somersworth, NHAll the meats used are locally sourced where possible and all are smoked on the premises. I tried the rack of ribs and I have to say they were finger licking good. Smoked to perfection and to the point that they literally fell off the bone which is always a good sign in my book.

Anna is responsible for the ice-cream and the variety differs each time she makes up a small batch. The only exceptions are vanilla, strawberry and chocolate. I’ve tried the banana fosters ice-cream and have nothing but good things to say about it.

When asked why they decided on the concept, Anna was quick to reply, ” because we figured, if you don’t like barbecue you probably will like ice-cream.” Tristian was quick to point out that, “Most people like both.” I can be included in that last group for sure.

New Awning Opens Patio Space

Rack of ribs and sides, Smoke and Cream, Somersworth, NHA recent addition to the building was an awning that now allows diners to eat outside when the New England weather permits.

Having eaten outside on the patio I have to say this makes a great addition to an already nice building.

You can take in the view of the river or simply watch the cars go by on High Street which I personally find very entertaining but that is just me.

Go And Visit! 

Don’t take my word for it though, go try it yourself. They are open:

SUN: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
MON: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
THURS: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
FRI – SAT: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

It’s great to have places down town that are offering different cuisines but they won’t survive unless we use them. You can read Smoke and Creams menu by visiting their website which you can find HERE.

You can also watch the 360 degree video that was produced by my partner Bill Rogers as part of Somersworth’s Somecity The Creators series.

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