We’re not farm to table. We’re table to farm.


Why Table-to-Farm?

Farm-to-Table is great. But bringing the farm to some other table makes a hard job even harder—and it makes fresh food more expensive.

Our diner sits on one of two sites run by Peaked Moon Farm. That’s where our pork comes from. Soon, the cheese will be made here, from milk that’s produced at Peaked Moon. That’s also where the most of our produce will be coming from during the growing season. And we’ll look to local growers to supplement whatever else we can.

The Upper Valley is a pretty fertile place. So what if we just brought the tables to the farm?

Meet the Team


These two make food.

They are Dave Eagle and Melanie Gregg, and they can’t decide what their titles should be. Co-Executive Chefs? Chefs de Cuisine? Execu-sous Chefs? Los Jefes? We may never know, and it will never matter.

Regardless of what they’re called, they’re going to make sure y’all are well fed with fresh, from-scratch comfort food—the kind of food you’d make if you had all day to do it. Well, they’ve got all day and this is the way they want to spend it.

This one Makes Cheese

His name is David Lefebvre, and he’s pretty sure it’s pronounced “La-fave.” If you’re eating cheese at Isaac B’s, this is the guy to thank. And trust that you will want to thank him.

He’s also the guy responsible for curating our craft beer menu. If you order a beer and you love it, don’t thank him. Just buy him a beer.


The Food