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Of the twin towns of Lincoln and North Woodstock NH at the western end of the Kancamagus Highway in White Mountain National Forest, North Woodstock is the more picturesque.



Main Street in North Woodstock, on the west bank of the Pemigewasset River and the west side of I-93 (map), holds a half-dozen restaurants, from reliable old downhome Peg's Breakfast & Lunch to the quiet upscale dining room of the Woodstock Inn.

From I-93, take Exit 32 and head west along NH 112. Cross the bridge over the river, and turn right onto Main Street.

Most of the restaurants are in the quarter mile north of NH 112.

Woodstock Inn, North Woodstock NH
The Woodstock Inn...

For breakfast or lunch the place to go is Peg's Breakfast & Lunch, on Main Street (US 3) just north of NH 112. Simple decor, good standard American traditional diner fare, quick service, low prices.

North Woodstock also has an authentic old American diner. Follow Main Street (US 3) north and look for it on the right (east) side of the road just south of the US34 connector road.

Truants Taverne & Restaurant, right at the junction of Main Street and NH 112, is the place to spend a longer evening drinking, dining and talking with friends. A fancier version is the Woodstock Inn Brewery, a few blocks north on Main Street.

The Woodstock Inn is also the place to go for refined cuisine. In summer, Govoni's Italian Restaurant, west of North Woodstock along NH 112 just before the intersection with NH 118.

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Peg's Restaurant, North Woodstock NH

Above, Peg's, one of several restaurants
in North Woodstock NH.


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