New Hampshire May 04, 2018
6 Lakeside Restaurants In New Hampshire You Simply Must Visit This Time Of Year
After a very, very long winter the last few days of warm weather have felt a long time coming – but now that we can practically taste summer, it’s time to start planning lake outings. What’s better than spending a lazy summer day lakeside, after all? And the perfect way to cap a perfect day is with a great meal served with a side of amazing views. These lakefront restaurants more than deliver!
1. Ledge Water Steak House, Bristol
This seasonal restaurant is perched in a stunning spot over Newfound Lake, and the food is just as stunning as the views. The steaks here are absolutely unbelievable! Check out their
for opening date details, and visit at 77 Ravine Dr., Bristol, NH.
2. Lake House Grille, Meredith
This cozy, lodge-style restaurant serves up a remarkable menu of inventive seafood, steak, and more. They also whip up a mean brunch! Check out their
and see for yourself at 281 Daniel Webster Hwy.,
3. Shibley's At The Pier, Alton Bay
This beloved family-run restaurant has a prime location on Alton Bay, and a deck that's absolutely amazing in the summer. Their pizzas and seafood are delightful! Check out their
and admire the views for yourself at 42 Mount Major Hwy, Alton Bay.
4. The Anchorage at Sunapee Harbor, Sunapee
This spot has stunning views of Sunapee Harbor, and it actually offers boat parking, so after a day on the water you can drive right up for an amazing meal. Check out their
or visit at 71 Main St.,
5. O Steaks and Seafood, Laconia
If you're looking for swanky lakeside dining, head to Laconia and indulge in a perfectly cooked steak or a bowl of lobster mac and cheese at O Steaks & Seafood. You'll love the setting on Opechee Bay, too! Check out their
or visit at 62 Doris Ray Ct., Laconia, NH.
6. Wolfetrap Grill and Rawbar, Wolfeboro
This unpretentious spot is a little bit further from the Winnipesaukee crowds, and it's the perfect place to enjoy amazing seafood with spectacular sunset views. Visit their
for updates or visit in person at 19 Bay St.,
What’s your favorite lakeside spot? Tell us in the comments!
Looking for a more secluded lakefront experience? Check out this
campground you can only reach by boat.