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Resources for New Hampshire's Lakes Region

Resources for New Hampshire’s Lakes Region
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by in Sep 2012

Mocha Rizing
25 Main St., Center Sandwich
603-707-7316;
Local coffeehouse, gathering spot, and small shop serving breakfast and lunch, with a focus on fair-trade, organic, and sustainable ingredients.

Daley Café at The Other Store
77 Main St., Tamworth

603-323-8872;
artstamworth.org/other-store
General store and popular local daily breakfast and lunch spot; weekly dinners featuring locally grown ingredients in summer (monthly in winter).

The Woodshed
128 Lee Road, Moultonborough
603-476- 2311;
thewoodshedrestaurant.com
Serving award-winning dinners in an 1860s barn and farmhouse.

Garwoods
6 North Main St., Wolfeboro
603-569-7788;
garwoodsrestaurant.com
Serving lunch and dinner; lakeside views and seasonal outdoor seating.

Bailey’s Bubble
Railroad Ave., Wolfeboro
603-569-3612; baileysbubble.com
Window-service soft-serve and regular ice cream, plus homemade toppings.

The Restaurant 03894
37 North Main St., Wolfeboro
603-569-3000;
therestaurant03894.com
Downtown bistro serving lunch and dinner, including gourmet burgers.

Kellerhaus
259 Endicott St. North, Weirs Beach
603-366-4466; kellerhaus.com
Ice-cream-sundae bar, handmade chocolates, candies, fudge, and gifts.

Heritage Farm
Pancake House
16 Parker Hill Road, Sanbornton
603-524-5400; heritagefarm.net
Family-style breakfast featuring homemade pancakes topped with Heritage pure maple syrup, plus home fries and local eggs and bacon.

The Homestead

Restaurant & Tavern
1567 Summer St., Bristol
603-744-2022; homesteadnh.com
Serving dinner in a homey 1788 frame house with fireplaces and garden views.

The Mill Fudge Factory & Ice Cream Café
2 Central St., Bristol
603-744-0405;
themillfudgefactory.com
Homemade ice cream and artisanal fudge handcrafted in small batches from natural ingredients, in a 1767 gristmill overlooking the Newfound River.

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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