The Lyme Inn is pleased to present a special prix fixe menu for Thanksgiving 2016. Holiday entrées range from the traditional to the unexpected. Sophisticated starters are included and, of course, dessert. We have wine recommendations for each entrée and our regular wine, beer, and cocktail offerings will also be
On Wednesdays, when you purchase an entrée, you’ll get any bottle of wine on our list for half price. It’s a great opportunity to try something new or enjoy an old favorite. Check out our wine offerings and our menu. The Lyme Inn Tavern. Where fine food, fine wine, and particularly fine people connect on Wednesday
In July 2015, Carrie Panoff stayed at The Lyme Inn in anticipation of picking up her daughter Eliana from her stay at Camp Walt Whitman. Needing a quick breakfast “to go”, they noticed that they needed utensils. The Lyme Inn provided flatware to them “as long as little Eliana would
Enjoy a hearty breakfast at The Lyme Inn in Lyme, NH every Saturday and Sunday morning. If you were in The Upper Valley last Saturday, you likely witnessed the amazing morning that was a near-proclamation of spring’s arrival. For my husband and me, a short jog on Lyme’s country roads
The Lyme Inn’s Executive Chef, Adam Coulter, will be hosting a 4 course, “paired” dinner on Wednesday March 30th in conjunction with Harpoon Brewery. Harpoon’s Senior Brewer, Tom Graham will be in the Tavern to discuss the featured beers and what it takes to make them. The event will be from 6
The Lyme Inn is proud to offer a special Easter dinner menu. Serving from 12:00pm to 6:00pm entrees include herb crusted leg of lamb, grilled Scottish salmon fillet, and more. Check out the full Easter menu and to find out more or make a reservation contact us!
We are still reveling in the positive energy of our 9th Annual Gala & Benefit Auction, A Night for Paws. It was truly a wonderful evening full of love for animals. Thank you for your generous donation of a pet bed and a $100 gift certificate. Your generosity and thoughtfulness
This is a decidedly different look at what goes on in a small town ideally situated on the banks of a magnificent and unspoiled stretch of the Connecticut River in central western New Hampshire. For starters, there’s a group of guys called “Those Guys” who help Lyme people in need. It