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Recommendations for Moultonborough, NH

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  • nf123 Aug 11, 2013 05:37 AM
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We're looking for suggestions of good places to eat in the Moultonborough area for lunch and dinner. We're willing to drive to nearby towns. Thanks for the suggestions.

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  1. Although you may get some feedback here you might want to try the northern NE board

    1. The Woodeshed in Moultonboro is a longtime favorite. Prime rib, lobster, duck and chicken on the menu.
      In Center Harbor I really enjoy the Canoe for their lobster Mac and cheese. We always opt to sit at the bar as they are not known for their service. Also in Center
      Harbor is Lemon Grass for a fusion style Thai.
      A drive into Meredith you will find Guissepes at the Inns at Mill Falls for pizza and red sauce Italian. Their stuffed mushrooms are quite good. Mames is across the way and has an old tavern atmosphere with an American menu. The Inn also has a number of restaurants that are from the Common Man group. While not ravable the food is good and the atmosphere pleasant at all. Those restaurants are Camp, Largo, Town Docks along with the restaurant at Church Landing.
      This will give you a start at least. Also in the lakes region you will find their free dining guide at most convenience stores.

      1. Highly recommend The Corner House Inn in Center Sandwich. Great food and atmosphere.
        For lunch, go to George's Diner in Meredith. It's been there for years. Had the best grilled cheese ever when we were there last fall. Went back a 2nd and 3rd time.
        We're not overly enthused with the Common Man restaurants. Most are just okay.
        It's been awhile, but we always enjoyed The Woodshed in Moultonboro.
        Canoe has good eats, but service really needs attention.
        Check some of the threads for the Lakes Region. I'm sure you will find more recs there.

        1. We're in the lakes region now and if you don't mind driving to the Laconia area we just came fromTavern 27 and thought wow. It's on Parade Rd not far from Meredith. The concept is tapas with an. Americanized twist, read larger portions. It's an old house with a tavern feel and casual vibe. We ordered Tavern fries which consisted of sweet potato and Yukon gold fries. They may not have been perfect but he home made ketchups; chipotle or Bourban ketchup made them shine. For me, the perfect bite was a supurb seared scallop on a garlic potato crisp topped with roasted garlic. For DH it was the shrimp stuffed with crab cake on top of a thin slice orange and topped with a slice of scallop and spicy aioli. Service was good and while we were able to walk inI at 6:00 on a Wednesday, there was a wait when we left.