The name Bayberry is a tribute to the coastal Maine cabin where Tom's Grandfather Morton lived, affectionately named for the abundance of native bayberry bushes surrounding it. A quintessential blend of grandeur and rustic, Bayberry cabin held its fill of family stories, still warmly recounted by Tom's mother. The cabin itself no longer exists, but, the name and what it evokes certainly does.
We are thankful to have imparted the spirit of the cabin in our first restaurant, Bayberry Beer Hall, which has allowed us to connect and grow within our community. As we expand and welcome new, exciting opportunities, the name Bayberry is evolving into so much more than memories. It's now become our story, one that we created together; including two little children, new roots in Rhode Island, and our passion for creating unique and genuine hospitality.