Monday - CLOSED

Tuesday - FRIDAY
7AM - 4PM

8am - 4pm

8AM - 4PM


Apotheca's front room café was built in 1800, this passenger depot marked the west village stop of the Manchester-Henniker line of the New Hampshire Central Railroad, which had begun providing service to Goffstown on February 19, 1850. These two depots served as Goffstown's primary transportation center for many years, even after 1938, when the B & M discontinued passenger service to Goffstown. In 1952, the depot was moved about 30 feet and incorporated into a hardware store. In 2008 Apotheca moved into the Train Station where Alyssa's father, mother, and brothers worked to help her transform it into a full service coffee shop.

cafe history