The Most Whimsical Restaurant In New Hampshire Belongs On Your Bucket List

New Hampshire has plenty of great restaurants, many of them in beautiful settings. But Pickity Place in Mason is something else. This property, with a quaint red cottage built in 1786, was the inspiration for the illustrations in the classic Little Golden Book version of The Little Red Riding Hood – so don’t be surprised when visiting gives you a strange sense of returning to your childhood. But that’s just one of the reasons that dining here is so memorable.

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Pickity Place is open 7 days a week and offers 3 lunch seatings each day. Reservations are strongly recommended. Visit their website for their latest menu and contact information.