Tea Birds Cafe
Father’s day brunch. Haven’t eaten yet but what an interesting place. Ecletic decor in what appears to be an 1800s building. Playing 60s music at a nice conversational friendly volume. LP album covers adorn the wall above original dark wood paneling. The waitresses are very friendly. If the food (breakfast all day on Sunday) is as good as the rest we are in for a nice treat. Attached are other shops and a salon
; Perhaps we will pick up a few New Hampshire souvenirs on this rainy day.
Addendum: the food was stupendous, more than adequate to quench our hunger. We even left with a loaf of homemade black olive bread and peach amaretto jam.