Outdoor Dining in the White Mountains

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The White Mountains of New Hampshire is a perfect place to explore during the pandemic. It’s teeming with socially-distanced outdoor attractions, natural wonders, and breathtaking views. It’s also home to some great restaurants and breweries. When you’re not enjoying stunning scenery and exploring the outdoors, there are plenty of awesome patios and beer gardens to sit outside in and enjoy a memorable meal! Check out our recommendations for some of the best outdoor dining spots in the White Mountains.

North Conway

Moat Mountain Smokehouse & Brewing Co. – A limited number of tables under tents are available by reservation only. You can also order takeout and grab a spot on the lawn after checking in with the host/hostess.

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Under the tent at Moat Mountain.

Delaney’s Hole in the Wall – Patio dining with mountain views! Reservation only but there are picnic tables available if you are ordering takeout.

Ledges Restaurant at the White Mountain Hotel – Outdoor dining on the deck is now available with limited seating. Reservations are required for dinner.

Flatbread Company – Patio seating for your takeout.

Peaches Restaurant – Outdoor seating is first come, first served.

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The patio at Vito Marcello’s.

Elvio’s Pizzeria & Restaurant

Vito Marcello’s Italian Bistro – The patio is open Wednesday through Sunday from 4:00pm – 9:00pm by reservation only.

Merlino’s Family Steakhouse – Outdoor dining “under a big tent.”

Sea Dog Brewing Co. – Outdoor seating under a tent on their new patio. Dogs welcome.


Tuckerman Brewing Co. – Outdoor beer garden with a giant tent for shade. Feel free to bring your own blankets and chairs to sit on the lawn. Live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday. (Note: Not full service. You order your beer and food and bring it to your seat yourself.)

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Red Parka’s patio.


The Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub – Live music on the patio on weekends! They also have tables under the awnings for the sun-averse crowd and heaters for chilly nights. Reservation only.

White Mountain Cider Co. – A new covered patio is almost finished! Full service outdoor dining is still available in the meantime.

View from the veranda at Eagle Mountain.


Eagle Mountain House – Outdoor dining on the veranda with incredible mountain views.

Shannon Door Pub – Outside dining from 4:00pm – 7:30pm. Must wear a mask to enter.


Tuckerman’s Restaurant & Tavern – Seating on a patio with no reservation needed.

A table at Rek’lis.


Rek’lis Brewing – In addition to patio seating, BYO chairs & blankets for the field area. Reservations recommended for parties of 6 or for a specific table at a certain time. Check their schedule for live outdoor music events!

Adair Country Inn and Restaurant – Outdoor dining on the patio from 5:00pm – 9:00pm. Reservations are encouraged but not required!


Schilling Beer Co. – Ample outdoor seating spaces on their decks and beer gardens.

99 Restaurants – Reservations available.


Iron Furnace Brewing – First come, first serve. Large beer garden with shade and some tents over tables.

Iron Furnace’s beer garden.

This is the third in a series of posts focusing on outdoor dining options in New Hampshire. Don’t miss our comprehensive collection of Southern NH restaurants and Seacoast spots!