CHASE ST. MARKET
SPIRITED PROVISIONS. ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES.
Locally owned and operated since 1999, Chase St. Market is the heart and hub of Plymouth, NH located just across from the Common on Main St.
You can discover a refreshing variety of beer and wine; donuts homemade from The 603 Bakery & Cafe; fresh sandwiches made with Boar’s Head brand products; custom gift baskets with gourmet treats; a wide array of both familiar labels and independent vendors. We offer a highly curated mix of products made in New Hampshire and greater New England. Within Chase St. Market, is Plymouth's favorite coffee shop, Cafe Monte Alto, the morning stop for our local community.
Take a break from your WFH environment, grab some spirited provision and essential supplies. Breakfast, lunch, and fresh smoothies are available for take out or to enjoy at one of our outdoor tables.
Chase Street Market is devoted to Plymouth and the greater community. We support the following organizations:
BEER & WINE
Seasonal and ever-green selections from our favorite brewers and wineries.
Prairie Artisan Ales — Blueberry Boyfriend
Mast Landing Brewery — Neon Sails
14th Star Brewing Co. — Raspberry Vermonter Weiss
Maine Beer Company — Thank You India Pale Ale
Soft on the inside, crisp on the outside -- these donuts are like a little circle of heaven, and we can barely keep them in stock. Worth the calories!
As a local purveyor of Boar’s Head products, our sandwiches feature only the finest ingredients, representing time-honored recipes, spices from around the globe, and whole muscle meats.
In 2020, Chase Street Market was proudly named a Market of Distinction after doing business with Boar's Head for more than 35 years.
Need a unique gift for that special occasion? We have something for everyone, from your dog walker, the delightful person who does your hair, your company’s desktop support, mom and dad’s anniversary, your child’s teacher, and anyone who deserves a little something.
Call us and we'll help you design a perfectly tailored gift basket.
CSM supports current upstarts — brave scrappy dreamers, hard-working farmers, and new entrepreneurs trying to make it in a global market — giving independent producers premium retail space right alongside national brands.