New Hampshire September 01, 2016
This Remote Restaurant In New Hampshire Will Take You A Million Miles Away From Everything
New Hampshire is better known for its mind-blowing natural beauty than its fine dining options. That is especially true in the great North Woods, where you’re more likely to come across a moose than an unexpected restaurant. But one remote restaurant in Pittsburg is fine dining at its best, tucked into the beautiful northern woods of New Hampshire.
The Rainbow Grill and Tavern began serving adventurers in 1946, when the New Hampshire woods were even more remote. Today, the lodge remains true to its past, with rustic decor and a welcoming atmosphere.
The Rainbow Grille, which is part of the larger Tall Timber Lodge will serve you expected items, like a delicious and hearty breakfast to fuel a day of exploration. But despite its humble appearance the grille also serves delicious fine dining items, and can provide just enough romance to make your evening special.
The restaurant regularly serves locally sourced game meats, including venison and duck, to give visitors a true taste of the Northern Woods.
Situated in Pittsburg, the northernmost town in New Hampshire, the Rainbow Grille is the perfect place to get away from it all. Once you see the views over Back Lake, you'll never want to leave.
You'll fall even more in love with the restaurant when you meet the locals. Moose, bears and hummingbirds are all spotted on the property regularly.
Because the Rainbow Grille is so remote - about three hours from Concord, and just a short ride from the Canadian border, you'll probably want to make a night or a weekend trip. Luckily, the Tall Timber Lodge offers plenty of options for staying the night.
And the surrounding wilderness provides plenty to do, whether hiking, ATVing, or fishing.
During the winter, The Rainbow Grille doesn't slow down. Instead, it becomes a hub for snowmobile enthusiasts exploring hundreds of miles of trails in the great north woods. No matter when you visit, it will be the right time.
Have you been to this remote restaurant in New Hampshire? Believe us, it’s worth the drive!