New Hampshire Food & Dining January 10, 2023
Built/Opened In 1649, The Three Chimneys Inn – ffrost Sawyer Tavern Is A Longtime Icon In Durham, New Hampshire
Ever wonder what it was like to dine in a tavern from the 17th century? No need for a time machine here as this New Hampshire eatery provides much of the same ambience and atmosphere now as it did for early settlers and visitors to the Granite State.
Three Chimneys Inn is a homestead dating back to 1649 and is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. ffrost Sawyer Tavern is located in one of the oldest buildings in the state. It's also the oldest house in the town of Durham.
The tavern, with its warm, hand-hewn beams and granite walls, provides a welcoming setting for enjoying traditional New England fare.
The ambience of the tavern still reflects much of what it must have been like to dine and drink here during the 17th century.
The inn and tavern are located along the banks of the tranquil Oyster River, which flows from Barrington to Great Bay.
In warmer weather, the outside terrace opens up for dining in the seacoast breeze.
For holidays like Thanksgiving the inn and tavern put together a feast that can be enjoyed on the premises or taken home.
Nothing accompanies a fine meal like fine wine, and there are plenty of wines to choose from here.
Who doesn't love dessert? A great way to cap off a delicious meal is with a sweet treat. Chocolate, of course!
For more information on Three Chimneys Inn and ffrost Sawyer Tavern, and to view their menus,
visit their website or follow them on Facebook. Address: Three Chimneys Inn & Frost Sawyer Tavern, 17 Newmarket Rd, Durham, NH 03824, USA
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