Great Food, Great Atmosphere, Great Times
Overlooking the scenic Pemigewasset River and Historic Blair Covered Bridge, we are open for Lunch and Dinner. A unique menu featuring "Fresh Fusion." A Farm to Table attitude infused with cuisines from around the world as well as traditional selections and old favorites. The Covered Bridge Farm Table offers a relaxed comfortable atmosphere and friendly service.
In 2014 we were featured on the Food Network's Restaurant Impossible. Click the tab below to read more about the changes since.
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We will be closed on November 7th and reopening on Wednesday November 17th for lunch
We will be open Thanksgiving Day serving 11:30am with the last seating at 3:00pm. Please call for reservations ASAP as we expect a wonderful gathering.
We are closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Last Updated On: 05/27/2023
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What a treat to have found this place on our travels. Beautiful setting, great tasting food and the lovely Tiffany as our host. Would highly recommend. There was live music which added to the atmosphere. Wishing the team all the best.
This place has a great atmosphere. There were a lot of people there but it didn't feel really crowded. It just made it feel great on a Friday night. The food was very very excellent. Probably the best cheesecake I've ever had. I got the Tommy burger, and that was excellent too. I would definitely come here again. It's also very cool that it was featured on "Restaurant Impossible". There were a lot of pictures with reference to it, and we watched the episode when we got home. This place has definitely come a long way!
Broad selection, big plates, good food. The menu has something for everyone. The salmon special was perfectly cooked. The chicken Parmesan was moist, tasty and sizable. The kale Caesar was huge (definitely a share dish as well) and was very good. The restaurant is large with a big bar are and ample seating. Good choice if you’re in the area.
If I were capable of giving 10 stars, I would. We were staying for a night at the hotel opposite and there was nothing else in the area. The receptionist recommended it to us. The hostess was super friendly. We sat in the back dining room since the music was kind of loud up front (they had a live band playing) but my sense is a lot of people come for that. The portion and taste would put many of these fancy Michelin star restaurants to shame. Two of us shared the lamb entree and it was amazing, with a sufficient portion of veggies to accompany it. I think the dish itself was only $25 but I would have paid $50 for it. Totally worth it. Thank you for an amazing meal.