Nestled in the heart of Fryeburg, the cozy bed and breakfast place The Oxford House Inn offers an elegant dining space to feast on tantalizing fares. The executive chef Jonathan Spak uses his skilled expertise to create alluring meals that reflect the local gourmet traditions. The menu, that changes seasonally, uses locally sourced fresh ingredients to blend together various flavors. On summer nights,dine on the patio while enjoying scenic views of the surrounding and in winters, huddle up by the warm fireplace. For a more casual environment, visit Jonathan's Pub at the lower story.
Overlooking the Moat Mountains, Frontside Grind opened its doors in 1998. The aroma of roasted beans will welcome you when you enter the premises. Take a sip of their lattes, espressos and mochas to know why locals keep coming back. They also serve delicious pastries and meals.
Flatbread Company is one of the best places for pizza in North Conway. Nestled in a historic location in White Mountains, this rustic pizzeria offers an array of varieties including organic and vegan toppings.
Peach’s is a popular breakfast and lunch spot. Set in a peach colored building, this charming place doles out creative and delicious dishes. Don't be surprised if you have to wait long. So make sure you call ahead.
Big Dave’s Bagels & Deli is the brainchild of David Hausman. Their menu features their famous bagels, pastries, muffins, breakfast items, wraps and sandwiches. Locals throng here for their bagel fix. They have a vast variety of them that are made freshly baked.
Stairway Cafe is the brainchild of mother-daughter duo, Catharine and Alexis Newcomb, This cafe is a popular breakfast and lunch spot. Their menu comprises of delicious dishes that are made with fresh local ingredients.
Food is believed to be a great carrier of tradition and culture, and Thompson House Eatery is a glorious example of that. Located in a homestead built in the 1800s, this eatery is not only carrying forward the concept of farm to table eating and barn style home setting but also spreading the New Hampshire hospitality tradition of community building. After enjoying the status of a popular restaurant in the area for more than 37 years, this farmhouse eatery was revamped by Chef Jeff Fournier and Kate Fournier. With a daily changing menu served out of a teaching kitchen, customers often rave about the pesto pasta, sourdough bread, mushroom risotto, and many more dishes. It is no wonder that other than the ice cream no frozen foods are used, and fresh meals are served from their own farm. The weekly music nights also feature a wide range of local and talented musicians.