Tom Ramadon has spent his entire life in the restaurant business, starting in his father's restaurant Turk's in West Haven.
"If you give the people good service, great food at a good price, it's a recipe for success," Tom Ramadon said.
Specializing in seafood, the restaurant offers such dishes as whole belly clams, chunky lobster bisque, and the ever popular lobster mac and cheese.
For the non-seafood lovers, enjoy signature pizza, hearty half-pound steak burgers, chicken, and sandwiches. Daily specials such as pulled pork and meatloaf are also offered, all at affordable rates, priced for family budgets.
The Ramadons said they use all of the freshest, highest quality ingredients to create the dishes at Cabin Fever Restaurant, from the bread for the sandwiches to the french fries.
Though Tom Ramadon is in charge of the frying and Dawn Ramadon manages the front of the house, the two agree that their favorite part about the business is the customers.
"We have had so much local support right from the beginning," notes Dawn. "The neighbors have welcomed us with open arms."
Tom grew up in his dad's seafood restaurant in West Haven, Conn. He and Dawn later opened their own seafood restaurant in Milford, Conn. -- Captain's Catch Seafood Restaurant.
Nine years later, they sold the establishment and made the move to the White Mountains to open the Cabin Fever Restaurant in Bartlett village January 2012.
It all started when they were up in NH riding motorcycles and saw a "For Sale" sign on the front of the old "Sister's Restaurant". They fell in love with the cabin and the decision to wait until retirement to move to NH was changed. They sold the seafood restaurant in Conn. to family members, bought the cabin, and moved to Bartlett to live out their dream.
The restaurant offers a local discount card so that all the Mount Washington Valley residents receive 10 percent off their bill every time they visit.