Twice named Best of NH, Teatotaller is a “queer, hipster oasis of tea, coffee, and pastry goodness.”
It’s hard to pin down a place like Teatotaller in Somersworth — tea house, coffee shop, breakfast and lunch spot, third place, and hub of a people’s conspiracy to make Somersworth an epicenter of joy, art and human liberation. -NH Magazine
Teatotaller is a café, tea-house, bakery and venue located in Historic Downtown Somersworth, New Hampshire. Originally opened in 2011 on Main St., Teatotaller opened with a new spot on High St, across from City Hall and Poppyseed Studio. We serve a range of tea and coffee beverages, specialty pastries, and breakfast and lunch items for all occasions and dietary needs. See our menu for more info.
Named “Most Instagrammable Restaurant in America” by Food Network Magazine
Born and raised in Somersworth NH, Emmett Soldati is a small business owner, activist, and occasional provocateur.
He's also running for office. Visit emmettsoldati.com to find out more.
Somersworth New Hampshire, much like Teatotaller, is the only one of its kind. This sleepy mill community, located 20 minutes from Portsmouth, NH, and less than an hour from Portland Maine and Manchester NH, has seen a recent surge of local, downtown activity. From thrift stores to new restaurants and dance parties, to arts organizations and food festivals, the Somersworth (or Somo, for some crazy locals), is a hidden gem. It’s New Hampshire’s littlest city, it’s the Hilltop City – it’s Teatotaller’s home and your next great decision. Some now call it our Rainbow City.