A feast of different dining experiences in the Mount Washington region
The menu of food experiences in the Mount Washington Valley region is extensive indeed. Go for something traditional like Indian pudding at the Indian Head Resort or a lobster roll at The Little Red Schoolhouse. Or try something a little different, like the Woodstock Inn Brewery’s duck wings, or the veggie burrito at the Margarita Grill. Want something really different? How about lunch or dinner aboard a train as it chugs up a mountain? Or a (literal) farm-to-table meal at a family farm? From burgers cooked over open flames to blueberry delights at a pancake parlor to delightful nibbles at farmers markets and general stores, there is something for every casual diner in the popular region. Click above to visit our website or call our friendly concierge at 800-337-3563 for more info on first class lodging and exciting events to plan your next adventure!
179 Carter Notch RoadJackson, NH, 03846Phone: 603-383-9111Toll-Free: 800-966-5779
Comfort food with a creative twist, and stunning views, all on this restaurant’s menu
One of the delights of vacationing in the White Mountains is dining with a mountain view. At the Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club, the Eagle Landing Tavern has been providing that service to guests and locals for years. Today, the restaurant offers a modern, and local, twist on classic comfort food along with panoramic views of the mountains and the Wildcat River. Enjoy everything from fish and chips ad lobster ravioli to ginger chili crispy duck legs in the restaurant’s dining room. (Save room for desserts like the maple bread pudding) Or, enjoy a cocktail (there’s a “mojito of the day, for instance) and some light bites in the quaint, historic bar. The restaurant also serves hearty country breakfasts, so ask about the resort’s bed-and-breakfast and other dining packages.
The atmosphere and service are matched only by the menus aboard the Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train and in its station-side restaurant, The Depot. Aboard the vintage 1950s rail cars of the dinner train, you’ll be served a five-course meal as you travel along the Pemigewasset River Valley, through woods and over three trestle bridges. The ever-changing menu is seasonally inspired, and there’s a full bar with an extensive wine, beer and special cocktail list. At The Depot, you’ll want to share the small-plates offerings from street corn and jerk shrimp to Mongolian short rib and cranberry gorgonzola salad. There’s also a selection of flatbreads and desserts as well as intriguing cocktails including a Midnight Manhattan, Jalapeño Margarita and, of course, house-made red or white sangria.