By Tom Eastman
CONWAY — Come Aug. 1, the down-home comfort food of the South will be coming north to North Conway Village, as Fat Biscuit Southern Table & Taps is set to open on Seavey Street.
In addition to all-day breakfasts, fast-service lunch and sit-down dinners, the new eatery will serve coffee, lemonade, plus beer and wine.
Fat Biscuit will not only offer WiFi and a turntable guests can use to play their favorite tunes but also incorporate tablet technology for guests to order from when they enter the restaurant. It will also be used for checkout.
"We want to invite people who want a place to chill out for a cup of coffee and check their email," said Dale Broach, chief operating officer as the finishing touches were being applied this week following a six-week renovation.
The location in the past has been home to such popular restaurants as the Big Pickle, Shalimar of India and most recently Taste of Thai.
The 2,500-square-foot restaurant features 67 seats inside and another 28 outside on the deck under umbrellas. Outside, one can't help but notice the 510-pound model of a black pig, the restaurant's logo.
"I'm still trying to come up with a name," said Broach.
- Category: Local Business