Welcome to The Last Farm Tavern and Public House located on Sweet Hill Farm in historic Plaistow, New Hampshire. We are in the process of creating a colonial style tavern and public house modeled after the taverns and public hoses our ancestors found on the very road that passes by the farm today. In the 1700s and along the County Road were public houses/inns which provided food and drink for weary travelers and water for their tired horses. We look forward to continuing that tradition in our farm to table oriented Last Farm Tavern and Public House on our road less traveled. Our goal is to use New Hampshire sourced food with much of it coming from Sweet Hill Farm. On the farm we grow our own hops for our farmhouse style beers, grow our own vegetables, greens and herbs, will bake our own breads and deserts, produce our own honey, smoke meats, pickle and can our vegetables and even grow the flowers for your table. Once up and running we hope you come join us to sit back, enjoy a cold frosty beverage, enjoy the bounty produced on the farm and savor the past!
"On the road less travelled"
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.