Roam Café

This Wilton restaurant offers tastes from around the world with seasonal flair.



Salad with sweet vidalia onion dressing.

Photo by Susan Laughlin

Roam Café in Wilton offers tastes from around the world.

Chef/owner Cheryl Schaefer says, "There are not many restaurants that serve bánh mi and wiener schnitzel on the same menu.”

Her recipes are inspired by her travels across the country and the local produce she finds close to home.

The café is open for breakfast on weekends, lunch Tuesday through Sunday, and dinner Thursday through Saturday. The themed dinner menus are where Schaefer likes to play. Expect harvest dinners in August and September, focusing on specific produce such as tomatoes and corn.

Desserts ring the bell for the season, too, with renditions of blueberry tarts and blackberry galettes.

Expect to find lobster and sole on the menu in August also.

Southwestern-inspired foods are always featured, along with a few BBQ selections and that beloved Minnetonka wiener schnitzel.

Roam Café
14 Main St., Wilton
(603) 654-3455
facebook.com/RoamCafeNH

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