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BrownstoneNorth 01-20-2018 12:30 PM

Wolfeboro food/drink scene newcomers: Burnt Timber & Lucas Roasting
 
We enjoyed Lucas Roasting coffee in the summer from the Wolfeboro Farmers Market — they're newly located in Wolfeboro and are also participating in the Winter Farmers Market.

We just missed the opening of Burnt Timber Tavern in the Fall and won't be back to Wolfeboro until Spring. If anyone here has been there, please report.

Posting social media sites for both places because more up to date than their websites, which is often the case with Lakes Region places. You don't have to be a member of Twitter or Facebook to view. Also posting link to Wolfeboro Winter Farmers Market.

https://mobile.twitter.com/LucasRoasting
https://www.facebook.com/LucasRoastingCompany


https://www.facebook.com/burnt.timber.brewing/
https://www.burnttimbertavern.com

https://wolfeboroareafarmersmarket.c...winter-market/

FlyingScot 01-20-2018 09:37 PM

No more Mise en Place? C'est la guerre :(

BrownstoneNorth 01-20-2018 09:53 PM

Mise en Place is alive and well
 
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Originally Posted by PeterG (Post 290111)
No more Mise en Place? C'est la guerre :(

Burnt Timber is next door to Mise en Place. Your post gave me a start, so I checked their website and also phoned to confirm.

https://miseenplacenh.com Winter hours Thurs-Sat, 5:00pm to close

FlyingScot 01-20-2018 11:10 PM

Thanks, Brownstone. Google Maps and Street View pointed me to Mise. I look forward to dining at both!

DBreskin 01-21-2018 03:16 PM

I’ve been to Burnt Timber a few times and enjoyed it. Good beer and food, friendly staff, and the selection changes weekly or as the kegs run out. I suspect it’ll be crowded in season.

Barbara 01-22-2018 11:08 PM

What kind of food do they serve?

GBGX2 01-23-2018 06:03 AM

Burnt Timber Menu
 
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Originally Posted by Barbara (Post 290150)
What kind of food do they serve?

https://www.burnttimbertavern.com/menu-1/

Philbaggs 03-27-2018 01:33 AM

Burnt timber all day !
 
Burnt timber Brewery and tavern is by far one of my new favorites! The beer is excellent and the food is just as good! Very small family owned and operated ! I’d love to see this little place go a long way ! You can purchase there beer at some case and kegs in the area and there beer is also available for enjoyment at tavern 27 across the lake.

dpg 03-27-2018 06:03 AM

Philbaggs...Are you often up reading the forum at 2:30 AM? haha :eek:

Philbaggs 03-27-2018 11:45 PM

Yes
 
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Originally Posted by dpg (Post 292534)
Philbaggs...Are you often up reading the forum at 2:30 AM? haha :eek:

What can I say I do my best work when everyone is asleep

chipj29 03-28-2018 08:12 AM

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Originally Posted by BrownstoneNorth (Post 290112)
Burnt Timber is next door to Mise en Place. Your post gave me a start, so I checked their website and also phoned to confirm.

https://miseenplacenh.com Winter hours Thurs-Sat, 5:00pm to close

I've said it before and I will say it again...what time is "close"? Their hours are 5:00pm to close. So they are open until they are closed. Got it. Now I know exactly what time to be there. :confused:

bobkatfly 03-28-2018 04:32 PM

Website says 10PM closing Wed through Sat. Been planning to visit for a while. Have some friends that have high praise . Maybe this weekend.

bobkatfly 03-28-2018 04:47 PM

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Originally Posted by bobkatfly (Post 292630)
Website says 10PM closing Wed through Sat. Been planning to visit for a while. Have some friends that have high praise . Maybe this weekend.

Just reread things. Burnt Timber closes at 10 according to website. Mise en place closes at closing. Heh heh. Actually, Google says they also close at 10 so it must be true. Come to think of it, there's nothing I know of that's open in Wolfeboro after 10.

KPW 04-03-2018 09:09 PM

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Originally Posted by bobkatfly (Post 292631)
Just reread things. Burnt Timber closes at 10 according to website. Mise en place closes at closing. Heh heh. Actually, Google says they also close at 10 so it must be true. Come to think of it, there's nothing I know of that's open in Wolfeboro after 10.

Wolfe's Tavern and Nolans

bobkatfly 04-04-2018 05:19 PM

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Originally Posted by KPW (Post 292974)
Wolfe's Tavern and Nolans

Interesting. Nolan's website says open till closing but Google has them closing at 9. Wolfe's Tavern website lists closing at 10 Friday and Saturday. All other days 9. These days 10 is past my bedtime so I can't say from experience. Have you been there after 10? Maybe just the mug holders (of which I am proudly one of).

BrownstoneNorth 04-05-2018 11:37 AM

Closing times
 
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Originally Posted by chipj29 (Post 292593)
I've said it before and I will say it again...what time is "close"? Their hours are 5:00pm to close. So they are open until they are closed. Got it. Now I know exactly what time to be there. :confused:




It's perfectly understandable to me that, especially in the off-season, Wolfeboro restaurants are fuzzy about their closing times because it's an early town even in season and there's no point in an empty restaurant going to the expense of staying open in the unlikely event that a bunch of customers are going to happen by on the late side. Some take reservations and all have PHONE numbers — faster and more reliable to simply call about a specific night instead of trying to figure out from their websites or Facebook pages how late they'll be open.

Except in busy urban areas, even if a restaurant posts its hours I'd never just show up near stated closing time.

gokart-mozart 04-05-2018 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bobkatfly (Post 292631)
Just reread things. Burnt Timber closes at 10 according to website. Mise en place closes at closing. Heh heh. Actually, Google says they also close at 10 so it must be true. Come to think of it, there's nothing I know of that's open in Wolfeboro after 10.

It is a very early town, but I've been served at El Centenario slightly after 11 as a walk-in, and although I haven't been to Jo Greens in years it's noisy quite late. Bar menu at Bayside also goes after 10, I believe.

BrownstoneNorth 04-11-2018 07:58 PM

Another newbie coming soon
 
Lakeside Coffee Shop & Ice Cream is scheduled to open on May 5 at 15 N. Main — I think it's the spot formerly occupied by Topperz. They say breakfast, lunch and dinner, with Italian pastry a specialty and I believe it because they're actual Italians — some posts on their Facebook are in Italian, which is kind of amusing. Looks creative and promising, albeit not exactly “lakeside.”

So this place and the Bridge Diner (which is getting good reviews) now in the Wolfeborough Diner's spot make two welcome new options for casual dining downtown. Yum Yum might make three, depending on what exactly it's going to be.

http://www.lakesideicecreamcoffeeshop.com

https://www.facebook.com/Lakeside-Ic...7962616633731/

FlyingScot 06-27-2018 07:34 PM

Visited Burnt Timber tonight for the first time--thumbs up! I would not describe it as a "full" restaurant, more a small bar with some really good food. Inside are approximately 20 seats split between the bar, four two tops, and a couple of larger high tops that may be community tables as the place gets busy. Also seating on the porch around a fire--very nice. Beer and wine only--the beer was excellent with 7 craft brews available. Food was limited but very well prepared. I had a pulled pork sandwich, my son went with steak tips over Asian noodles. Everything was carefully prepared and delicious. Staff friendly and professional. We'll be back!


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