Hermit Woods Winery & Deli changed its name and became a full-service restaurant.

Posted 07/06/22

Hermit Woods Winery & Deli will now be known as Hermit Woods Winery & Eatery and is now a full-service restaurant. Hermit Woods opened their order at the counter Deli in 2017. Over the past five years, the Deli has evolved. With the addition of 60 seats on their newly constructed third floor, now known as the Loft, and 32 outdoor seats on their newly built patio, the owners and their new Chef, Travis Greene, felt it was time to step up their game. As a result, you can now enjoy full table service seven days a week. 

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Chef Travis, working closely with his rising star cook, Stephanie Burke, has created an exciting new farm-to-table menu for the summer, including variations on many of Hermit Woods’s favorites and some ideas. Chef Travis sources local produce and meats from Picnic Rock Farm and Beans and Greens Farm, fresh ingredients, and prepared foods from farmers and craft food producers across New Hampshire and New England.

In addition to discovering Hermit Woods’s new eatery, guests visiting Hermit Woods Winery can experience wine tasting and live music three nights a week in The Loft. The full-service wine tasting offers the opportunity to learn about Hermit Woods’ hand-crafted wines and how to appreciate them. Call ahead to schedule a tour and a tasting for groups of six or more. 

Should you choose to dine in, the team at Hermit Woods will help you pair your favorite wine with their ever-growing menu. If wine is not your thing, they offer a wide variety of craft beers from local New Hampshire craft breweries. Want to enjoy live music with your meal? Join them for their new Listening Room Series every Thursday at 6:00 (a ticketed event) or piano nights from 7 – 9 on Fridays and Saturdays (no ticket required). Visit their event page, hermitwoods.com/events, to see all their upcoming shows. 

Also new to Hermit Woods is the development of their Wine and Beer Garden next door. They will feature their wine, local craft beer, and wine slushies made from their wine, as well as two food trucks available all summer and fall, including award-winning Angry Hog BBQ and homemade lemonade Pours and Petals

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You can visit Hermit Woods seven days a week from 11:00 to 6:00 or 9:00, depending on the day, year-round. Locals should ask about their new punch card: buy the equivalent of 12 servings of wine and get the 13th for a dollar.