WHATS HAPPENING NEXT
Re-open MAY 1st
After an exciting season here at OP we will be closing for mud season as we call it. It'll be a time for us here to do some renovations throughout the restaurant as well as getting our garden and retail space set up. We are excited to share these things with you as time goes on and we hope you stay tuned for all of the exciting things that are happening here at your friendly neighborhood OP.
With the help of Adam Drapcho,we are starting our podcast called UNREASONABLE. It's a conversation happening with our friends throughout the lakes region as well as focusing on things that we want to talk about here at OP. Stay tuned for more info and the release date of the podcast.
We source as much of our produce, dairy, seafood, and meats as possible from local farms, including; White Oak Pond Farm (Holderness, NH), Moulton Farm (Meredith, NH), Serendipity Farm (Campton, NH), our friends and family at Local Provisions in Laconia, and many more.
We cycle our menu multiple times seasonally, and our flavors and menu items are constantly changing! We hope that our passion and love for farming, food and cooking come through in our dishes!
There is a nostalgia to food that we want to help you reconnect with; our palettes are capable of transporting us; when it comes to food (and life) don't ever be afraid to try something new; you might be shocked to find what you enjoy!
"...it's more than sustenance; it's memory, it's your life. It makes you think about things that you haven't thought about before, or haven't in a long time. It's no different than listening to a song on the radio that you used to listen to when you were a kid. It brings you back..." -Sweets, Chef
2018 NH Magazine Best New Restaurant
"Dish not to miss: meatballs and ravioli, a fall-inspired panna cotta and Professor Plum cocktail while dining in the cupola atop the building."
- Sarah Laughlin, Food Editor
Granite State has plenty of gorgeous historic homes, but sadly for those of us who are curious about their interiors, most are privately owned. For that reason, it’s all the more delightful when you find a restaurant located in an old-fashioned mansion and can enjoy the ambiance along with your meal. Of course, ideally, this comes with fantastic food, too! You’ll find both of those things at Osteria Poggio, a brand new restaurant in Center Harbor. It just opened last month, and it’s already taking the Granite State food world by storm. You’ll want to check it out for yourself to see why!