New Hampshire’s White Mountains provide a superb background for your dining experience. Northern New Hampshire restaurants offer outstanding dining for all seasons, tastes, and styles. Enjoy our Mt. Washington Valley restaurants in North Conway, Conway, Jackson to Lincoln, Franconia, Sugar Hill, Bethlehem and Littleton. To feature your White Mountain restaurant, contact us.
NH Restaurants – White Mountains
Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery, Rt. 3, North Main, No. Woodstock, NH 03262
One of New Hampshire's most visited country inns. Relaxed, small town setting, 33 guest rooms - individually appointed with whirlpool tubs and fireplaces. Two restaurants, The Clement Room Grill - an upscale, casual bistro, and The Woodstock Station - which has been featured as a White Mountain Favorite by Best of NH for five years and Phantom Gourmet calls "worth the journey". Live entertainment, Brewery, Outdoor dining. Visit Website
Vito Marcello's Italian Bistro, 45 Seavey Street, North Conway, NH 03860 This Marcello family owned and operated Italian restaurant is known for their Italian specialties, Martini bar, pasta dishes, family-style salad, black angus steaks, ribs, homemade bread, and desserts all served in an authentic atmosphere. Closed on Tuesday. Take out available. Visit Website
The Darby Field Inn and Restaurant, 185 Chase Hill Rd., Albany NH 03818
Wander off the beaten path and discover this romantic White Mountain bed and breakfast. The Inn has 13 unique rooms, all with private bath, and full country breakfast included. On site amenities include: restaurant, tavern, spa services, wooded trails, mountain views, romantic packages, and seasonal heated pool. Minutes from shopping, downhill skiing, ice skating and other local attractions. The Darby Field offers the perfect setting for small weddings and reunions, too. Visit Website
Wildcat Inn & Tavern, Rte 16A, Jackson Village NH 03846
Through the Jackson covered bridge is a place that just might be perfect... a place where candle light dances and the love and laughter of a hundred years of happy travelers is as rich as the wide pine floors. We invite you to take a step back in time. Come prepared to laugh, love, and smile so hard you might just cry. After all, as brilliant stars twinkle in the clear night sky... you just might find that the Wildcat is almost perfect. Visit Website
Yesterday Oct 17, 2013 a few of us went to Miller’s Fare in Littleton. WOW has this place changed since the new owners. Turkey soup with large sections of skin in the soup!!!! So disgusting. The quiche was stone cold and very small with the same soup for nine dollars. They are still claiming several prizes that we from the old owners. Never again.