NH Posted in New Hampshire March 21, 2016 by Kelly A. Burch 8 Restaurants With Incredible Rooftop Dining in New Hampshire When the sun comes out over New Hampshire, there is nothing better than dining outdoors. These rooftop patios and beautiful decks are the perfect place to enjoy a meal as spring and summer begin! 1. The One Hundred Club, Portsmouth The One Hundred Club/facebook The One Hundred Club/facebook This upscale private dining club in Portsmouth offers sweeping views of Portsmouth Harbor, and has become a go-to destination for upscale dining on the Seacoast. 2. Thompson Tavern, Dover Thompson Tavern/facebook Thompson Tavern/facebook The deck from this sports bar in Dover allows you to look over downtown, and enjoy a beautiful view of the Cocheco River. 3. Boardwalk Café and Pub, Hampton Boardwalk Café and Pub/facebook Boardwalk Café and Pub/facebook If you prefer rooftop dining in a casual atmosphere, this is the place for you. From the Upper Deck you can enjoy views over Hampton Beach, all while enjoying delicious burgers and other pub fare. 4. Lago, Meredith Lago Restaurant/Facebook Lago Restaurant/Facebook The views from this patio on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee are top-notch, and the food will not disappoint either! 5. The Draft Sports Bar, Concord The Draft Sports Bar/facebook The Draft Sports Bar/facebook The deck at The Draft Sports Bar is the perfect place to enjoy wings and beer in the sunshine in our state’s capital. 6. The Waterhouse Restaurant, Peterborough The Waterhouse Restaurant/facebook The Waterhouse Restaurant/facebook The enchanted outdoor dining space at The Waterhouse is just as amazing as the food the restaurant serves. 7. La Belle Winery, Amherst LaBelle Winery/facebook LaBelle Winery/facebook True, this isn’t official rooftop dining, but with sweeping views over the vineyard, you will feel like you’re on top on the world as you enjoy a delicious meal and – of course – wine! 8. Schilling Beer Co., Littleton Schilling Beer Co./facebook Schilling Beer Co./facebook The deck along the Ammonoosuc River is the perfect place to enjoy a local brew and a great view. Where is your favorite outdoor dining spot in New Hampshire?