The Friendly Toast is an eclectic breakfast spot (that’s actually open nearly all hours) on Congress Street. The spot is incredibly colorful and has some of the weirdest stuff you can ever imagine on the wall – which definitely makes for an entertaining visit. People tend to either love or hate the place…I’ve had some great breakfasts here so I dig the place, though sometimes it’s not the best thing to walk around smelling like a breakfast joint all day. Check it out sometime, I love playing the game of “Who Can Find the Most Random/Scary Thing On The Wall?”…the best part is, everybody wins!
I’d been dying to get in here with my camera sooner or later, and decided to drop in while I was waiting for the closing ceremonies of the New Hampshire Film Festival on Sunday. The dark rich reds of the ceiling and the definitively retro floor tiles and walls make this place like no other in Portsmouth.
Another fun fact – NHFF award winner Jordan Vogt-Roberts can be seen in the top photo getting ready to hit the road….only about an hour before receiving his award for Best Short Comedy – awarded for his film “Successful Alcoholics”.
2 thoughts on “At the Friendly Toast”
I love the man in the bottom picture that looks like he’s saying grace. It gives the picture a more modest and humble feel in a place that is so bright and loud.