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The Works to you: humanely-raised, naturally-cured meats and poultry with no antibiotics or added hormones. Local eggs from cage-free chickens. Hormone- and antibiotic-free milk and cream cheese from Vermont family farms. Breakfast and lunch sandwiches and paninis on artisan bread, wraps or traditional boiled-and-baked bagels made with unbleached, unbromated flour. Fresh salads. Hearty, from scratch soups. Fresh-fruit smoothies. Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee. Thoughtfully sourced, local when possible.
We stopped here on our way to a wedding to grab a quick bite to eat. I love that some of the food is locally sourced. The food was really good here. We all got a combination of soup, mac and cheese, and sandwiches. The...More
My family happened into the Works Cafe while wandering around Portsmouth and enjoyed a good meal -- a nice Cobb salad, a particularly delicious ham, cheese, and granny smith apple panini, and a bagel with smoked salmon cream cheese. (A word to anyone Jewish or...More
We just stumbled across the cafe walking along the high street, we ordered a BLT and a couple of drinks, it was the best BLT we have ever had. We enjoyed the food so much we went back the next day and had breakfast and...More
I had the Mac & Cheese with chicken, broccoli and pesto and was not disappointed. Lots of creative choices. Well worth a visit!
You order at a counter and they bring out your order. A bit slow on taking orders, but the food came in...More
Good lunch place in Portsmouth if you are in a hurry. We were there in the afternoon and it was messy --- trash overflow, dirty tables and sticky door, plus the bathroom needed attention and no hand towels. Nice young people working there, but it...More
We stopped in and were very pleased with our Vermont mac & cheese, and Thai chicken salad. Both were carefully made and flavorful. The salad has nice touches like edamame and sprouts and a very nice chili-style Thai dressing. Glad we went.
I have done take out numerous times over the last few months. On average, I prefer their breakfast to their lunch (probably I just prefer breakfast to lunch in general). For breakfast, any of their eggs sandwiches on Artisan break (either whole grain or sour...More