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Boston Restaurant Blog -- September, 2005

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Fall Foliage and Fall Dining in New Hampshire

I'm hoping to get up to the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire once again in the next few weeks for another fall foliage excursion through the White Mountains. The Kancamagus, as well as Routes 3 and 302, which cut through Franconia Notch and Crawford Notch, respectively, is a leaf peeper's paradise this time of year. And, of course, I'll be looking for new restaurants to try in the areas around the Kancamagus Highway.

I already have my favorites in the White Mountains, including the Red Parka Pub in Glen, NH, the restaurant in the Bernerhof Inn, also in Glen, and the Yankee Smokehouse in West Ossipee. But I still don't know much about the restaurant scene in towns such as Jackson, North Conway, North Woodstock, and Lincoln. If anyone has any favorite places in those towns, send me an email. I appreciate it!

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HR said:
There are a ton of great restaurants to visit in New Hampshire during the foliage season! Check out where you can find gift certificates for up to half off for restaurants throughout New Hampshire.
Posted on 9/14/09

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