Heading north from Manchester, New Hampshire, we made our way up Interstate 93 past the State Capitol of Concord, east through the White Mountains National Forest. Into the heart the picturesque foothills of Mount Washington (New England’s tallest peak), we ventured into North Conway, New Hampshire. Only about ten miles from the Maine border, North Conway offers spectacular nature views and outdoor recreation as well as tourist shopping and resorts. Here we stopped for dinner at Flatbread Pizza, attached to a rustic inn and offering some of the best wood-fired pies anywhere in the land. The atmosphere was capped with high ceilings containing a signature rustic New England ambiance,replete with a brick oven that served as the hearth of the restaurant. Here, a delicious variety of Flatbread’s signature offerings were prepared.
In addition to the food that paid large focus to sustainable and healthful practices, Flatbread offered a great selection of regional microbrews. We opted for a citrusy spiced Moat Mountain Weiss, brewed right in North Conway, and Tuckerman’s Pale Ale, brewed in neighboring Conway, New Hampshire. Both were exceptionally well crafted and paired perfectly with our veggie-laden pies. After a well-needed refuel at Flatbread, we continued east about ten miles into the great state of Maine..