The search for a new operator for Robie’s Country Store has happily ended.  The historic, local store in Hooksett, New Hampshire will reopen on Election Day, February 9 at 7 in the morning.  Robie’s Country Store Historic Preservation Corporation reached an agreement recently with Joshua and Amber Enright from Manchester to return this special store to Hooksett.

Joshua Enright (center) and Amber Enright (left) signing the lease for Robie's Country Store.

Joshua Enright (center) and Amber Enright (right) signing the lease for Robie’s Country Store.

“We welcome the Enrights as operators of Robie’s store in Hooksett, now in its 129th year,” said Robert Schroeder, President of the preservation group.  “The Board is looking forward to the reopening.  We are anxious to have community life return to this community place.”

Robie’s will serve breakfast, lunch, and coffee in addition to offering local products and produce made in New Hampshire. The store will also feature specialty food items and a complete line of groceries with an option for home delivery. Traditional Robie’s and Heritage Commission Hooksett merchandise will also be available for purchase.

Join Amber and Joshua when they open the store on Tuesday, February 9 anytime between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. to meet them and speak with them about their plans for the historic Robie’s Country Store, a site listed on the National Register of Historic Places, State Register of Historic Places, and an official project of Save America’s Treasures.