From Our Family to Yours
We are a family owned business that started in August of 1995. Our first location was the old Boston and Maine railroad Depot that had been converted to a restaurant. Michelle's mom started the Eastern Depot Restaurant and when Michelle moved back home with her husband from the military she joined the workforce. It wasn't until later when Michelle joined her mother as a partner.
In July of 2019, The Eastern Depot moved to Gorham's Main Street. We carried the name as it is part of who we are and the sign above the front door came from the original Depot location.
Today, Michelle's daughters work at the restaurant along with other family members and friends. We are definitely a family business and love all the quality time shared between family and friends, all while enjoying some tasty food.
Come visit us and bring your family and friends.
Our Presidential Range Mountain mural was painted by Gorham native artist Monique Pare. Monique's mom was an artist and both her parents always encouraged her to express and pursue her God given gift. Monique has been painting since she could hold a crayon and took art lessons from 3rd to 6th grade. You can find Monique's art in people's homes around Berlin and Gorham. Monique also painted a Mountain view mural over the bar area at the White Mountain Chalet. You can also see her work at Wontons Chinese restaurant in Sanbornville, NH and in her new found like for painted windows at the Wolfeboro flower shop.