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Wine Thyme, North Conway, NH

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mpd Feb 13, 2009 10:06 AM

This place opened in mid-December. Half the shop is wine tasting/purchasing. Other side is dinner/tapas. We had dinner last Friday - tapa servings are equal to a meal. The parmesan pesto appetizer with fresh bread is outstanding. Desserts are exquisite - and good tasting! In between, we had swordfish and chicken dinners which were very nice. We liked the spot so much, we returned for Sunday brunch: brie en croute with apples, walnut, cranberries and cherries accompanied by caesar salad. Wines are wonderful - selection you cannot get at the NH liquor stores. I hope this place finds a following. Nice people - good food. It's where the Coyote Rose used to be right in the center of North Conway.

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    momskinh9 Mar 26, 2009 07:44 PM

    I stopped in here for the first time today and was very impressed. The selection of wine is amazing and the staff is very attentive and friendly. The granite bar is cozy and classy all at the same time. We tried the white chocolate puff pastry and loved it! They are preparing to open up a large outdoor seating area for the spring and summer. We will most definitely be back. Looking forward to trying some wine flights and sampling the tapas menu!

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