The Hanover Inn at Dartmouth, known as “Dartmouth’s front door,” will complete the last phase of its renovation next week with the opening of the Inn’s new restaurant, PINE.
“We are delighted to open the doors to PINE, which will offer the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities a diverse menu featuring local American cuisine and showcasing farm-to-table concepts with the freshest local ingredients,” says Joe Mellia, general manager of the Inn.
PINE, which opens March 18, 2013, will initially serve dinner only. It will eventually serve lunch and dinner seven days a week, as well as Sunday brunch. Lunch will be offered starting April 15. The restaurant can accommodate 122 guests, and will feature meats and produce from Upper Valley farms. PINE will be overseen by chef-restaurateur Michael Schlow and award-winning chef Justin Dain.
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photo by Eli Burakian ’00