The city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is now home to some of the world’s most expensive restaurants.
The New Hampshire state capital is home to a number of upscale restaurants, including The Westin, which opened last year and now has four Michelin stars and six star reviews.
In 2017, the city received a Michelin star for its lobster roll, which was topped by The West in its first Michelin-starred rating.
But now that the lobster roll is over, the rest of the city’s dining scene is getting its own Michelin rating, with a Micheline restaurant rating for the next three months.
The New England State Department of Health has now released the list of Michelin restaurants in Portsmouth.
The list will be available on the department’s website and at local restaurants on the city council website for the first time.
Michelin is the world food, wine, and spirits industry’s rating system, based on the qualities of a food or beverage, such as how it is prepared, aged, and finished.
It’s a system that has gained popularity in recent years.
While some restaurants on this list are rated above Michelin, it is not the entire list.
For example, some restaurants have received Michelin+ ratings.
In addition, some of these restaurants may have received a higher score than a Michein rating.
The restaurant list for Portsmouth was published on the state’s website on July 1.