The Woodstock Inn has long been a "must stop" in the western White Mountains. North Woodstock, NH is located just across US-93 from Lincoln. The ski memorabilia hanging on the walls and from the ceiling, alone, is worth the visit. The Inn has a large dining area and an extensive menu but the star of the show is the main bar and pub. There's also a self contained brewery on site.
The hand-formed, 100% Black Angus Beef burgers make this place a top contender for the best burger in Lincoln. Not into burgers? Try their salads, homemade Angus beef & bean chili, homemade mac n' cheese, soups, and an extensive kids menu. You'll also find over 40 bottled beers & cider and 6 draft beers.
Located in the old Henry Paper Mill in Lincoln; the owners made every effort to use reclaimed wood for the bars and tabletops - this is a truly environmentally friendly operation. The menu is extensive. Try the firecracker nachos or duck tacos. The brewery produces a half-dozen or so craft beers in the German style that have won Gold and Silver awards at the Great American Beer Festival.
This chef owned, eclectic and intimate restaurant on Lincoln's main street serves creative, fine dinning. Gypsy's farm -to-table, international cuisine is sure to please discriminating palates. The dining is every bit an art gallery featuring local artists. The award winning margaritas are worth the visit.
Love breakfast? This is your spot, but come early, lines can be out the door. Located on Main Street, this rustic restaurant serves up flapjacks in large or small stacks with whipped butter and real maple syrup. There are so many flavors - chocolate chip, blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, and more. Pancakes not your thing? No worries. There are three-egg omelets, eggs benny and breakfast platters to satisfy and fuel.
In the Octogan Lodge at the Base of Loon Peak, this is a prime spot to have a beer or two before heading away from the mountain (or to hang for awhile). Large selection of beers, live music and lots of outdoor patio space to watch skiers and riders making their way down. On cooler days, there is also a fire inside to warm up.
A day on the slopes deserves a treat. Chutters has endless choices in their candy jars as well as fudge. There is an outpost on Main Street or make the short drive to Littleton where they claim to have the longest candy counter in the world at 112 feet. You can also enjoy their treats on mountain at Bretton Woods Resort.
Whether you are looking for more exercise or some relaxation, this Wellness Center has something for you. Three levels with an indoor lap pool, seasonable outdoor pool and a variety of classes - yoga, swim, pilates, strength training. Residents can join with options for monthly or annual memberships. Daily passes are also available for $25 per person with a $10 class fee.