ffrost Sawyer Tavern
The Tavern, with its open hearth "Summer Kitchen" fireplace, granite walls, and hand-hewn beams, provides a cozy spot for hearty traditional New England fare. The ffrost Sawyer Tavern is a popular dining spot for local guests and travelers.
With millwork commissioned in 1699, this room contains the original "Indian Shutters" that protected settlers from one of the many attacks, which occurred in the pre-Revolutionary war period.
Georgian décor and candlelight recreates the warmth and charm of a fine colonial residence.
Coppers, the original winter kitchen of the 1649 homestead, provide an elegant and romantic setting. Wide plank floors, the open hearth, and original millwork create an authentic old New England dining experience.
Shaded by the wisteria-covered arbor, and lined with seasonal flowering plants, the Terrace offers outdoor dining in spring, summer, and fall.
Dinner served nightly - Sunday - Saturday 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Trip Advisor - 2012 Award of Excellence
Phantom Gourmet ~ Best Inn Dining
North American Restaurant Association ~ Award Of Excellence
Manchester Union Leader ~ Gourmet ~ 4 Stars