Wes keeps watch over the fennel, chard, & dill.

Ah, Fall in New Hampshire. September is finally here, bringing cooler nights and sunny crisp days. Of course, that’s not to say there won’t be some more hot days mixed in, because there certainly will be, but we will gladly take this shift in seasons and embrace a good New England Harvest.

This summer’s growing season has been wildly successful for our restaurant, Table + Tonic and The Local Grocer. It’s been invigorating to see our produce aisle stocked with our own fresh & local farm goodness, as well as see the colors and flavors come to life in our plates at the restaurant. This week in our produce aisle you will find local carrots, basil, spring mix, and swiss chard from our own Mountain Flower Farm, as well as local kholrabi, kale, mixed peppers, local cabbage, and summer squash.

Our heirloom cherry tomatoes a super fresh and delicious in any salad.
















Tomatoes, Basil, and Poblanos in the greenhouse.









Poblano Peppers









September corn, greens, zucchini, soybeans, and always flowers.

Be sure to keep an eye out for this fresh produce in our ever changing Farm to Table Menu as well as in the produce aisle of The Local Grocer. We serve dinner five nights a week; Thursday thru Monday from 5pm-9pm and the grocer is open seven days a week from 8am-7pm.