Part-owner says Woodshed Restaurant in Moultonborough unlikely to be rebuilt
The 2,000-square-foot restaurant was once a 19th-century former farmhouse. It was converted to a restaurant about 40 years ago. Ouellette bought the restaurant a little more than a year ago with three partners.
Local and state fire investigators have completed most of the inspection at the site, but are still interviewing the 40 former Woodshed employees about what they saw.
“Nothing has been found as the cause, and nothing has been ruled out,” Clark said. “We are still interviewing people, and any one of those interviews could lead us to the cause.”
“We really can’t do anything now. Everything is pretty much on hold,” Ouellette said.
“It’s an out-of-the-way site, and whatever you build there will be something else, not The Woodshed,” he said.
“I don’t think you can ever recreate The Woodshed,” Ouellette said.
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