Whether you’re looking for coffee, a light lunch, or a hearty meal at the end of a long day, Tamworth has a variety of options for fresh, local food & drink.
The Tamworth Lyceum is a café, event space, gift shop and natural grocer nestled in historic downtown Tamworth. A great community space for locals as well as travelers and vacationers. The Lyceum menu changes seasonally, always staying true to the classic, New England roots while borrowing from cultures across the globe.
THE OTHER STORE
With a name that's been known to confuse a tourist or two, The Other Store is a Tamworth Institution. They carry everything from scotch tape to finish nails, onions, the list goes on! They will make you a BLT while you shop as well. Stop in for just about anything and enjoy a bite on the lovely back deck with a view of the river.
Though Sunnyfield does not have their own retail or dine-in space, these bakers are well-known for making the best loaves around. You can take one home from The Lyceum, Tamworth Distilling, The Tamworth Farmers Market or from The Other Store all located in Tamworth Village.
Located on Route 16, Rosie's serves breakfast and lunch to thousands of passers-by every year. A local haunt, you are likely to bump into just about anyone while you are enjoying pancakes or homemade pie. Open the earliest at 5:00am, you can get an early cup of coffee and muffin in before the rest of your crew even wakes. Sit at the bar and be prepared for some good old fashioned New England sass from the wait staff.
Have you ever heard of the art of Fika? Fika is a social institution in Sweden which requires folks to stop, sip and enjoy coffee or tea with a proper baked good. Scandinavian Baking, just off of Route 16 in Chocorua, features baked goods from Betty's old family recipes.