Pine House Kitchen & Bar Opens in Tiverton with Burgers and Creative Bevvies

The new family-friendly third place is all about house-made fare and good vibes


From dough tests perfecting their pizza recipe to a thorough renovation of the space where Wally’s Tap House used to be, Pine House Kitchen & Bar is poised to be Tiverton’s newest hotspot. Influenced by his travels, owner Jared Machado and family aim to bring “a blend of local charm and worldly flair,” he explains. “Our motivation stems from a passion for culinary excellence and a desire to gather the community around good food and great memories – family first; quality and care over everything.” 

A soft opening in April started small with a menu of approachable appetizers including Artichoke Crab Dip, as well as creative hand-helds, like the Fondue Burger with melted cheese and bacon crisps and a Tomato Jam Burger assembled with goat cheese and arugula – all served on house-made buns. “Artisan pizzas created using specialty flour from Italy and imaginative entrees and appetizers all reflect our dedication to quality and freshness,” says Machado. “Our menu is a vibrant celebration of our culinary journey, blending American comfort food with global influences, all freshly made in house.”

At the bar, the Pine House team is shaking up beverages to pair with the food menu. “Our cocktail offerings are curated to delight, ensuring a harmonious blend of flavors that change with the seasons,” explains Machado. For spring, think elderflower, apricot, honey, bruleed bananas, fruit profiles, and fresh herbs. Most drinks can be ordered sans alcohol for indulgent mocktails, too. And did we mention there’s dessert? Cookie skillets were on the menu for their soft launch, drizzled with chocolate ganache and topped with candied peanuts and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

“We anticipate Pine House Kitchen & Bar will bring a fresh, vibrant energy to Tiverton’s dining scene,” says Machado. “Our focus is on in-house, meticulously crafted dishes and a lively, fun atmosphere,” whether it’s a night out with the family (a kids’ menu doesn’t leave out young diners’ tastes) or a drink at the bar. The inside was designed to exude rustic elegance, and “during summer, our backyard will open up for BBQs and fun seasonal activities.”

Following their soft launch, Machado explains they’re employing a phased approach to fully opening. “We’re rolling out our menu section by section to perfect each offering before launching our full menu,” he says. “This gradual unveiling allows us to focus on quality and guest feedback, ensuring we’re providing the best experience possible.” Visit Pine House Kitchen & Bar at 13 Crandall Road, Tiverton, and follow along on Instagram at
@pinehousetiverton for updates.



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