Have say this is a very quaint restaurant tucked in a very cool little town. We stumbled into on Trip Advisor as being near us, we called made reservations and loved every minute of it . It may not be for everyone as it is...More
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Quintessential greatness with northwoods charm. True culinary mastership with a quirky nod to local art. Only cash or check. Lovely wine or beer list. Truly amazing presentation and taste. A must see. Return visitors.
We had a nice family meal here and were very impressed with how accommodating they were for food intolerances which one of our dining companions had. The appetisers were lovely, the wine selection was decent, the mains were good, and we heard the desserts were...More
Hadn't been back in 2 years, but thank goodness it's the same as it was! Called 2 weeks in advance to get a Friday reservation, shocked that the place wasn't filled up! We shared a soup app and the pancakes with lox, both were amazing,...More
We completely enjoyed the dining experience. Great food that was done in a unique way. The service was both attentive and friendly and the overall atmosphere was relaxing and peaceful.
We have lived in the area for 12 years, and just discovered Tim-bir alley last year. In traveling for business & pleasure I have eaten a number of restaurants, but this restaurant has given me a new category to judge them buy, Artfulness. Not only...More
Tim-Bir Alley is our favorite restaurant when my husband and I come to the Franconia area. We love the array of veggies that come with each entree -- to other reviewers it may be overwhelming, to us it makes the plates interesting and each vegetable...More
We had dinner here tonight. It was referred to a friend by their innkeeper in Bethlehem. The meal was outstanding. The service was good. Located on the main street in downtown. Small restaurant with only 10 tables. Definitely need to make reservations. A significant point...More
Totally agree with the other reviewer about this place. For a little bistro in a small New Hampshire tourist town, it was just "too". Too much stuff I didn't ask for on my plate; purees, veggies, and LOTS of parsley. Too quiet, we could barely...More