Maestros Country Italian Cuisine

Traditional Italian cooking in North Conway



Chef Bill Bennett
Photo by Susan Laughlin

Bill Bennett of Maestros Country Italian Cuisine brings his family Italian recipes to North Conway. After a recent kitchen fire, the menu was refocused on sustainable, organic and local products. Local farms they have teamed up with include White Gates Farm in Tamworth for grass-fed beef and Sherman Farm for local produce and dairy products. He also uses locally grown mushrooms from New Hampshire Mushroom Company and those from a local forager.

Menu items are listed in Italian and specialties include Fregola Sopra Gamberi, wild-caught shrimp and pancetta that is char-grilled and served with local mushrooms, organic bitter greens, toasted Fregola and a red peperonata purée.

Find all the Italian classics on the menu from aglie e olio to contorni to mozzarella made fresh daily. The marinara is a family recipe and made with organic tomatoes and served over organic penne.

The photos on walls are all Bill’s from a past life as a photography student.

Maestros Country Italian Cuisine
3358 White Mountain Hwy., North Conway
(603) 356-8790
Open for dinner 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday

 

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