The best outdoor dining spots in the White Mountains

You won’t find any oceanfront dining options here but what you will find are mountain views. Enjoy our favorite restaurants in the White Mountains and North Country.

Here’s a roundup of our favorite outdoor dining spots, updated with information related to COVID-19 (the following restaurants are open for outdoor dining only). Please check with each individual restaurant for “house rules,” as many are reservation-only and may have additional requirements. Read the entire Stay-at-Home 2.0 reopening guidance for restaurants here.

Littleton

Littleton’s River District is home to the popular Schilling Beer Company. Photo by Joe Klementovich

Schilling Beer Company in Littleton
This excellent brewpub’s new and improved outdoor seating areas are now open. For seating, stop in or call (603) 444-4800 during open hours. They operate on a first-come, first-served basis. Enjoy wood-fired pizza and craft beer overlooking the Ammonoosuc River. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for updates.
18 Mill St., Littleton
(603) 444-4800

Adair Country Inn & Restaurant in Bethlehem
The inn is still closed, but the lovely patio is open for dinner 5-9 p.m.

80 Guider Ln., Bethlehem
(603) 444-2600


The Terrace at the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa in Whitefield
Starting May 22, the “Terrace,” an extension of the Harvest Tavern, will reopen. This outdoor-only dining venue offers panoramic views of the White Mountains as well as a fire pit and outdoor heaters to keep you warm on cool spring days. Open Friday through Monday during Memorial Day Weekend, weather permitting, and then Friday through Sunday moving forward. Hours will be 12 to 8 p.m., and they will be serving lunch and early dinner. Find more information or make a reservation here.

99 Ski Area Rd., Bretton Woods
(603) 278-3320


Little Red Schoolhouse in Campton
They are now open for outdoor dining, though not in a traditional sense. They are offering curbside pickup, and you may take your to-go food to eat at their picnic area. See Facebook for updates and more information. Historic one-room schoolhouse has been converted into a craft co-operative with attached screen-room serving as a rustic café with a tree-house attitude. It sits on the edge of a cliff, offering views of treetops and mountains beyond.

1994 Daniel Webster Hwy., Campton
(603) 726-6142


Omni Mt. Washington Resort in Bretton Woods
Enjoy drinks from the Rosewood Bar to enjoy on the porch, and patio dining at Stickney’s located down a level. Not yet open — reopening June 1, 2020.

310 Mount Washington Hotel Rd., Bretton Woods
(800) 843-6664


Rek-Lis Brewing Company in Bethlehem
Reopening soon — check back here or follow them on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

2085 Main St., Bethlehem
(603) 991-2357


Woodstock Inn Brewery in North Woodstock
The patio is now open at this White Mountains favorite. You can call ahead, walk in or make a reservation. Hours are 12-8 p.m., and they are open May 20-26, closing Wednesday, May 27 and reopening Thursday, May 28. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for updates and more information.

135 Main St., North Woodstock
(603) 745-3951


Covered Bridge Farm Table in Campton
Located right on the banks of the Pemigewasset River overlooking the Blair Covered Bridge. They are open daily for lunch and dinner, closed on Tuesdays. You can find updates and more information on their website and on Facebook.

57 Blair Rd., Campton
(603) 238-9115

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