Blog : Poco's Bow Street Cantina - Comfortable Atmosphere with a Mexican Flare

By Patrick | Feb 10, 2014 | in

PORTSMOUTH -- Valentines Day is fast approaching. If you haven’t made plans yet, why not try something new?

Poco’s Bow Street Cantina in Portsmouth offers fine Mexican dining and an unbeatable atmosphere. Take in the beautiful view of the Piscatuqua River from the dining room while you enjoy a full menu of traditional Mexican classics made right. If you’re looking for a more intimate environment, head down stairs to the Cantina lounge and share drinks by the warmth of the fireplace.

For a limited time, Poco’s is offering a great deal. Spend $50 in a visit and receive a $10 gift card, redeemable at either Two Ceres or Poco’s. Spend $75 and receive a $15 gift card or spend $100 and receive a $25 gift card.

Despite being located nearly as far from Mexico as U.S. borders will permit, Poco’s has some menu items that will knock your socks off – specifically the fried eggplant tacos filled with shredded lettuce, pico de gallo, and cheese. Having to hear and write about this simple culinary masterpiece so close to lunch is almost criminal.

Patrons of the Cantina also gain the added benefit of knowing that the restaurant refuses to use anything but all natural, hormone and antibiotic free meat and poultry in all of their dishes.

Just looking to grab a drink? Try the quaint ambiance of Two Ceres Street, located just next door to Poco’s. Stop by after work to get out of the cold and enjoy a cocktail or two in front of the fire.

Two Ceres Street prides itself on mimicking your living room and providing a very comfortable atmosphere for you and a few friends. Enjoy the exposed wood beams, reclaimed wooden artwork and the unique stumps remodeled to provide seating.

To learn more about Poco’s Bow Street Cantina or to view the menu, click here.

To learn more about Two Ceres Street or to view a menu, click here.

Green Alliance Members – Use your Green Alliance card to receive a 10 percent discount at Two Ceres Street and Poco’s Bow Street Cantina.