Poco's Bow Street Cantina offers a great atmosphere and menu for all occasions. Whether you are looking for lunch on the water, a romantic dinner, or ... More
Poco's Bow St Cantina
Poco's Bow Street Cantina offers a great atmosphere and menu for all occasions. Whether you are looking for lunch on the water, a romantic dinner, or a night out with friends, we are the perfect place. Our beautiful dining room is the perfect place to enjoy a meal and look out at the Piscatuqua River whether inside or on the porch. With plenty of seating we can provide a quaint table for two or host your large party. The dining room is also available for private functions. Please call for more details. Non-Smoking. Poco's cantina has been a local hot spot for a long time. Locals and those visiting Portsmouth for the first time come to enjoy our romantic fireplace, enjoy the atmosphere, and grab a drink from our new extensive drink menu. Full menu available.
Been going to Poco's since it first opened in '82. Lots has changed over the years as it has morphed from traditional Tex Mex into the coolest spot in Portsmouth. The new upstairs deck is awesome, the new menu is the best ever, I have never had a service problem unless I was in a hurry, but that's my problem, not theirs. Our favorites are the chicken enchiladas and the blue margaritas.
I never gave Pocos food a chance. As a frequent watering hole, we would usually go to the Brewery or Gas Light for dinner first, then finish off the night at Pocos with friends.
Last weekend we were in the mood to sit on the deck and have a drink. We had to order food to get a table, so we did. I got the Lobster Chowder which was fantastic and my wife got some nachoes, also great.
I never gave the food a chance. It's really good.
We're long time Portsmouth locals. Been going to Poco's for over a decade. The food and drink are very good (and worth more than 3 stars) but the service is usually not good - sometimes it's downright terrible (worthy of a 1 star). It's the price you pay for the great view and food. Just be prepared for bad service, order a drink so you don't notice and plan to stay a while (because the server will forget about you). Maybe the service has improved in the last six months since our last visit.
I hate this place. Horrible food and service. It is a sad take at a West Coast Cantina.
This restaurant needs major help. Their fish tacos are an insult to San Diego.
Go to Agave in Newburyport, MA instead!
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