This cozy, comfortable, and rustic restaurant is located in Bartlett Village about 2 miles west of Attitash Ski Resort. The opportunities for activities in the area are endless! The Cabin Fever Restaurant offers a variety of food from seafood to burgers. The service is great and the atmosphere is terrific!
Owned and operated by Tom and Dawn Ramadon, the Cabin Fever Restaurant is a family friendly haven that features good food, cozy environment, casual and relaxing atmosphere, and a great time! Everyone feels welcomed!
The Ramadon family use only the freshest ingredients and you can see their passion for cooking in the quality of their meals. Cabin Fever Restaurant is the perfect place for you and your family on your next night out.
Cabin Fever Restaurant
is nestled in the heart of the White Mountains:
1395 Main St/US Route 302 Bartlett, NH
The menu offers broiled and fried seafood, sweet sea scallops, flaky haddock, whole belly clams, crispy flounder, chunky lobster bisque, seafood chowder, and for those non-seafood customers, half pound steak burgers, chili with cheese and chips, pizza, and grilled chicken.
If you are a local, the Ramadon's have a special for you. "We do a local discount card. Ten percent off your entire bill anytime you come in, " explains Dawn.
Just how did this couple come to Bartlett? Dawn tells how they navigated their way from the Connecticut shore to the White Mountains.
"Tom grew up in the seafood business. His family owned a restaurant in West Haven Connecticut since 1939," says Dawn. "He worked there his whole life and went into management, and I have always waitressed," she says. Nine years ago, Tom and Dawn opened their own restaurant in Milford CT, called Captain's Catch.
"Tom knows fish, I married into it", says Dawn, "We came up this way to vacation riding motorcycles, camping, hiking, etc."
They always felt connected to New Hampshire. Dawn's mother was pregnant with Dawn when they moved from New Hampshire to Ct. and Tom went to college in Manchester, NH and spent alot of time hiking with friends in the White Mountains years ago.
The Ramadon's fell in love with the North Country. They sold their business in Connecticut to their daughter and son-in-law and moved on up to a vacant building in New Hampshire. They gutted floors, walls, plumbing, ceilings, right down to the shell.
The restaurant decor has a local flavor of high table tops and each table has resin sealed pictures into the surface depicting a theme such as skiing, hiking, local attractions, and photos from the Bartlett Historical Society. The restaurant is decked in pine floors flanked by pine walls accented by sporting equipment.
For more information call: 603-374-9104.