3 February 2015

Smuttynose opening Hayseed restaurant.

“Located in Towle Farm’s renovated Victorian-era farmhouse, Hayseed will seat 95 guests, with space for 35 more in its seasonal beer garden. The restaurant’s design includes a long, zinc-topped bar and lot of natural wood, including tables built from red oak harvested at Towle Farm itself. Not surprisingly, beer will be featured, with over two dozen taps pouring Smuttynose beers, Smuttlabs beers and selected guest beers, as well as cask-conditioned offerings, vintage bottles from the Smuttynose Big Beer Series and growlers to go. The menu will use ingredients sourced from the Seacoast’s vibrant farms and fisheries, and from gardens that will be planted on site, bringing farming back to Towle Farm.”

For more information: HAYSEED


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