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Seafood in Wolfeboro

Wolfetrap Grill & Rawbar

Nantucket meets new Hampshire at this airy eatery tucked away on Back Bay, an inlet of Lake Winnipesaukee. Inside tables are covered with parchment paper – ready for you to attack and get messy with shellfish (oyste…
Museum in Wolfeboro

Wright Museum

For a Rosie-the-riveter and baked-apple-pie look at WWII, visit this museum's interactive exhibitions that feature music, documentary clips, posters and other American paraphernalia. There are also uniforms, equipme…
Cafe in Wolfeboro

Downtown Grille Cafe

Order at the counter then head to the back patio for a great view of Lake Winn with your ham and pepper jack panini, hot pressed cubano or, our favorite, the kickin' buffalo chicken wrap with blue cheese and hot sau…
Pizza in Wolfeboro

Nolan's Brick Oven Bistro

Delicious pizzas – cooked in the brick oven and laden with ingredients sourced from local farms – are the big draw at this popular spot a block north of the village center; but the kitchen offers a world of alternat…
French in Wolfeboro

Mise En Place

With its minimalist decoration and pleasant front patio, this is a wonderful place for dinner. Think filet mignon, roasted rack of lamb and a wide selection of seafood dishes, from lobster-and-crab risotto to seared…
Beach in Wolfeboro

Wentworth State Beach

If your lodging or campsite does not have access to the lake, head to this small beach on the serene Wentworth Lake. Much smaller but much less developed than Winnipesaukee, Wentworth Lake offers all the same opport…
Ice Cream in Wolfeboro

Bailey's Bubble

This old-time fave has scooped ice cream for generations of families, and is still the most popular gathering spot in the summer. There are more than 20 different flavors; feel free to mix and match, but the serving…
American in Wolfeboro

Wolfe's Tavern

The ample menu at the rustically colonial Wolfeboro Inn ranges from pizza to burgers, seafood and steaks, with vegetarian and gluten-free options thrown in for good measure. Terrace tables are set outside in good we…
Museum in Wolfeboro

Libby Museum

At the age of 40, Dr Henry Forrest Libby, a local dentist, began collecting things. In 1912 he built a home for his collections, which later became the eccentric little Libby Museum. Starting with butterflies and mo…
Museum in Wolfeboro

Clark House Museum Complex

Wolfeboro's eclectic historical museum comprises three historic buildings: the 1778 Clark family farmhouse, an 1805 one-room schoolhouse and a replica of an old firehouse. The buildings contain relevant artifacts (s…