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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Perfect Day to Visit Orchard House

Posted By on Sat, Jan 19, 2013 at 9:47 AM

The Orchard House: Cant get much closer to farm fresh!
  • The Orchard House: Can't get much closer to farm fresh!

The Orchard House opened this week at Mapleside Farms in Brunswick. It replaces Melrose Grill, which closed January 1st. They offer farm-fresh fare as only a restaurant located on a farm can. They retained some of the more popular menu items from Melrose Grill while emphasizing a clearer connection to the farm.

Providing an extensive menu, The Orchard House features an array of comfort foods and homestyle BBQ favorites prepared in an applewood smoker.

Orchard House is owned and managed by Scott Kuhn, who owns and manages such popular destinations as 87 West At Crocker Park, The Allegheny Grille, Hodge’s, Washington Place Bistro & Inn and The Welshfield Inn.

Mapleside Farms was voted in the Top Ten Most Beautiful Farms in America; it's a 100-acre, fully functioning apple orchard, lending a scenic backdrop and bounty to the new restaurant. Farm-to-Table just got closer than you think.

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