Directions to NH Magazine




From points north:

Take I-93 south through toll both, stay left on 293 south (Frederick Everett Turnpike/ Route 3 south) headed towards Manchester/Nashua. Take exit 6, Amoskeag Bridge/Manchester. Stay right at fork in the ramp. Merge onto Amoskeag St. Turn slight right onto ramp. Merge onto Canal Street. Turn right onto North Commercial St., turn left onto Dow Street. You'll see 150 Dow Street Mill building and a sign for Fratello's restaurant. We are on the third floor of the 150 Dow Street Mill building. You can enter the building at the first corner tower or the middle tower. Limited visitor parking is available in back of the building. Metered street parking is available in front of the building.

From points south:

Take route 3 north ( identified as Everett Turnpike North in Nashua) through the Bedford tolls, continue straight on 293 towards Manchester. Take exit 6, Amoskeag Bridge/Manchester. Stay straight onto Front Street. Turn slight right onto Amoskeag Street. Turn slight right onto ramp. Merge onto Canal Street. Turn right onto North Commercial St., turn left onto Dow Street. You'll see 150 Dow Street Mill building and a sign for Fratello's restaurant. We are on the third floor of the 150 Dow Street Mill building. You can enter the building at the first corner tower or the middle tower. Limited visitor parking is available in back of the building. Metered street parking is available in front of the building.







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