Where to Eat
With more than 30 restaurants to choose from in Lincoln, Woodstock, and Franconia Notch, you can have your choice of meals out.
Breakfast can range from bagels and coffee to gourmet banana bread French toast. For lunch, choose from fresh deli sandwiches, pizza, pub menus, and more.
Dinner options include fresh seafood, fine dining, brew pubs, and outstanding cuisine from around the world. Don't forget dessert! Homemade ice cream, fresh cakes, pies, and sweet treats, all available here in the basecamp of the White Mountains.
The Lincoln, Woodstock, Franconia Notch region offers fine dining at romantic escapes, family friendly restaurants, or even casual pubs - something to please even the pickiest of eaters.
A number of restaurants offer facilities to accommodate groups from 20 to 150, catering to all occasions and budgets. For more information, see a full list of area restaurants below or contact us today.
Price: $$96 Main St. N. Woodstock , NH 03262 View on Map
Casual dining provided since 1978. Open daily at 11:30am serving ½ pound burgers, fresh seafood, unique signature sandwiches and entrees. Enjoy one of our 24 ice cold drafts while watching your favorite game on one of our 10 large screen TV’s. Large groups welcome.
Price: $527 US Rte. 3 Lincoln, NH 03251 View on Map
We have a Lounge.
Price: $$90 Loon Mountain Road Lincoln, NH 03251 View on Map
The Black Diamond Bar & Grill and "Seasons" on Loon, Loon Mountain's legendary watering hole and restaurant, slopeside, just off the mezzanine level of the hotel's lobby. Serving "modern classical cuisine".
Price:75 Main Street Lincoln, NH 03251 View on Map
Price: $$PO Box 694 , 117 Main St Lincoln, NH 03251 View on Map
Eclectic blend of spices and ingredients from around the world including Asian, American Southwest, and Italian on the dinner menu. Signature salads and sandwiches off the Cafe Menu. Serving Lunch and Dinner, full bar.
Price: $Main St Lincoln, NH 03223 View on Map
Price: $$$116 Route 117 Sugar Hill, NH 03586 View on Map
Fine dining perfected. The Four Course Prix Fixe Menu offers a well balanced symphony of flavors. Great wines and a full bar selection enhances the experience. Featured in NH Magazine, Everyday with Rachel Ray and 1000 Places to See Before Your Die
Price: $$Lincoln Village Shops Lincoln, NH 03251 View on Map
Locally owned and operated restaurant that offers homemade comfort food from New England and the South. An open kitchen concept allows guests to get an inside look at a quality food establishment that takes pride in their products and services.
Price: $121 Main St. Lincoln, NH 3251 View on Map
Price: $57 Main Street , Route 3 South of 112 N. Woodstock, NH 03262 View on Map
Relaxing and intimate "Craftsman style" B&B with seven guest rooms, family suites, and a cottage with 2 person jacuzzi, fireplace, and deck. Located in a quiet section of North Woodstock, we serve a delightful breakfast of fresh fruit salad, homemade mufins, and your choice of pancakes, strawberry crepes, French toast, all served with pure maple syrup and Michael's homemade apple and cranberry syrups, and brie or cheddar omlets. Ranked #1 by Tripadvisor of B&Bs and Inns in North Woodstock. Michael and Rosanna Yarnell, innkeepers since 1987.
Price: $$PO Box 118 , Main Street N. Woodstock, NH 03262 View on Map
Woodstock Inn Brewery, Main St., N. Woodstock. Unique restaurant & lounge in a restored train station. Casual lunch, dinner. Children's menu, patio, entertainment nightly.
Price: $104 Main Street , PO Box 333 N. Woodstock, NH 03262 View on Map
Price: $481 Daniel Websiter Highway Lincoln, NH 03251 View on Map
Del's is a soft frozen lemonade made on permises at Whale's Tale Waterpark. It is sold from a push cart in single cups or can be purchased in bulk in a cooler. Great for small or large events! Parties, weddings, cookouts, etc.
Price: $$57 Blair Road Campton, NH 03223 View on Map
We have a Lounge.
Family dining, serving lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch menus, function facility, and off-site catering. Overlooking the scenic Blair Covered Bridge and Pemigewassett River. Recently made over by The Food Network's Restaurant Impossible.