Take A Stroll Through The Meredith Sculpture Walk, Then Dine Al Fresco At Lakeside Deli & Grille In New Hampshire

Greetings Granite Staters! We have a great day out planned for you, in the charming town of Meredith. Sometimes in New Hampshire, a snowmobile is a great mode of transportation, followed by skis as a close second. For this excursion, however, we are going to introduce you instead to the delightful Meredith Sculpture Walk in New Hampshire, followed by some good grub, along Lake Winnipesaukee. And who doesn’t like to say the name of that lake once in a while, if not more often? It takes practice to sound like a resident New Hampshirite now, doesn’t it?

Check out this overview of this magnificent walk:

The Meredith Sculpture Walk, paired with the Lakeside Deli & Grille, is like a breath of fresh air, in Meredith, New Hampshire. Art appreciation and al fresco dining! What more could you ask for? Visit the Meredith Sculpture Walk in New Hampshire website and Facebook page, or the Lakeside Deli & Grille website and Facebook page, for more information.

Town Docks also features al fresco waterfront dining in Meredith. Giuseppe’s Pizzeria & Ristorante offers outdoor dining in downtown Meredith and live music – Very Musical, Very Italian, and Very Good!

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Address: The Meredith Sculpture Walk, 327 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith, NH 03253, USA
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Culinary Creativity in New Hampshire

May 14, 2023

What are the most iconic foods in New Hampshire?

The most iconic foods in New Hampshire are:

  • Spiked Cider. New Hampshire loves its cider, and they warm it up with rum and cinnamon during the cold months.
  • Clam Chowder. The clam chowder in New Hampshire is true New England Clam Chowder and is at many coastal restaurants.
  • Maple Syrup. While most people just put this on pancakes and waffles, New Hampshire residents put it on nearly everything.
  • Apple Cider Donuts. These autumnal treats can be found all over the state, especially at farms during the apple-picking season.

Find out about several more of the most iconic foods in New Hampshire

What are the oldest restaurants in New Hampshire?

The oldest restaurants in New Hampshire include:

  • Three Chimneys. This inn and restaurant has been up and running since the 1600s. It was the first home built in Durham and has great steak and seafood.
  • Dinnerhorn. This is one of the first family-owned restaurants in New Hampshire, which was opened in 1960 by the Kamakas family. It’s known for burgers, shakes, and fried seafood.
  • The Foundry. This farm-to-table restaurant in Manchester creates its menu from locally-sourced ingredients and changes up the menu with the seasons.
  • Library Restaurant. What started as a hotel in 1883 known as The Rockingham is now renovated as a fine steakhouse in Portsmouth.

What are the best lakeside restaurants in New Hampshire?

The best lakeside restaurants in New Hampshire are:

  • The Anchorage. This Sunapee Harbor restaurant overlooks the marina and is a great place for clams and oysters.
  • Wolfetrap Grill and Rawbar. On the shore of Back Bay in Wolfeboro, this restaurant is a local favorite for fresh seafood, whether you prefer raw offerings like oysters or fried fish of several kinds.
  • Ledge Water Steak House. This spot at Newfound Lake in Bristol has food as lovely as the views and is open seasonally.
  • Lake House Grille. Located in Meredith, this steak and seafood restaurant on the shore of Meredith Bay in Lake Winnipesaukee has excellent chowder and an elegant yet rustic ambiance.

Discover more about these and a couple more of the best lakeside restaurants in New Hampshire.