Alton Bay is an unincorporated community in the town of Alton, New Hampshire, United States, and is located on Alton Bay, a 4-mile-long (6 km) cove of Lake Winnipesaukee which forms the southernmost point on the lake. The village is part of the Lakes Region, a popular resort area of New Hampshire.
Things to do in Alton Bay
4.5 based on 162 reviews
There is a good reason for the lines of people at Bailey's Bubble: GREAT ICE CREAM! Add to that multiple choices of flavors, sauces, and cones. And great service too! There is nothing not to like!!!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
POP'S is by far the BEST place for seafood we have found in the area. We can't get enough of the seafood here- great prices and great portions. Twice the food you get at other places. Great place to eat, overlooking Alton Bay, under the umbrellas
Sad to see Labor Day coming... then no more POP'S until next year.
DON'T CHANGE ANYTHING- you do seafood right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THANKS for making our summer dining great.
4.5 based on 179 reviews
The friendly staff of the Downtown Grille Cafe warmly welcomes guests to our beautiful location to enjoy a table by the window on Main Street, a table in our Lakeside Room, our Loon Meeting Room, or to relax on the deck overlooking Wolfeboro Bay and Cate Park. We offer a full breakfast and lunch menu made fresh to order with the best ingredients available. We have many Gluten Free and vegetarian options. We offer the finest organic and fair-trade gourmet coffee and tea, which make for excellent espresso, cappuccino, and other coffee drinks. Twelve flavors of Gelato!
If you have never been you have to go. From the outside it is very unassuming and looks like a hole in the wall. Open the door and it is a warm spacious tastefully decorated space with lots of seating space. Gas fireplace was going...MoreThank you for taking the time to review us. We are so happy you enjoyed your visit. We look forward to serving you again.
5 based on 24 reviews
We stopped here after having a delicious dinner at Dockside with friends. It is a step-up window service. The portions are huge, had a great selection of ice cream and shakes. Everyone received our order perfectly and quickly. There was no line this night, however there usually is. Lindsey was our server and she was just great.
You can walk over and sit at picnic tables that are located almost everywhere in Alton Bay.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We are locally owned and operated for over 22 years. It has been a family tradition for us internationally since 1965. With a award winning pizzeria in Greece for years, we have established our moto as being "quality and service".
This is a small place in Alton center. The pizza is good, the subs are good, and the staff is fast and friendly.Thank You for review We try our best to keep everybody happy:)
5 based on 25 reviews
Fresh bread daily and delicious desserts, cakes, pastries and more. House-made crackers, versatile butters and spreads, and soups... EVERYTHING is made here, by us, from scratch! When the weather is fine, stop into the shop and grab a cup of coffee and a croissant and sit on our deck to watch the world go by!
I have a vacation rental in Wolfeboro and I get cupcakes at LA Boca for every arriving guests. Guests love them. I like them because they are not sickening sweet, they are simply delicious. They also make wonderful breads! Because town is so busy in the summer and fall, the location is convenient because it has parking making it easy to pop in.
4 based on 142 reviews
How lucky we were to arrive and get a seat right away on the deck. It was a gloriously warm, summer Sunday evening perfect for dining al fresco overlooking the beautiful and pristine Lake Winnipesaukee. The restaurant is at the heart of what is going on in and around Alton Bay. Two of us had the Cobb Salad with chopped iceberg lettuce topped with chicken, avocado, bacon, cucumber, egg, tomato, red onion, crumbled blue cheese and honey Dijon vinaigrette. My husband had the Flat Iron Steak – charbroiled with their steak rub topped with peppercorns and blue cheese and a side salad. The steak was perfectly seasoned and cooked medium rare. Our friend savored the Ravioli and Duck – butternut ravioli in a butternut and apple sauce with tender bones breast of duck – she was thrilled. Service was little on the slow side – not as attentive as we would have liked. Also, we had to ask for more water.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Asked for a brie, bacon & egg croissant sandwich. It was delectable. My latte was creamy perfection. I travel the world and I am here to shout this place. My husband had the savory crepe. Also awesome. Cafe vibe, funky music with cheerful staff. Don't miss this spot of heaven in downtown Wolfboro, 21 Railroad Rd. across from train depot.
4 based on 171 reviews
After our stay at our son’s Lakehouse in MerryMeeting Lake, New Durham my husband, mother and I went for a ride to Wolfeboro. Once there we decided to have an early dinner-Nolan’s did not disappoint!! Excellent, friendly service. They accommodated my mom who can’t have any salt. And my linguini and seafood bathed in vodka was amazing!! Highly recommend this bistro when you visit the area! Enjoy!
4 based on 19 reviews
My husband is an ice cream fanatic. So when friends said that Shibley’s had really good ice cream we had to stop. On a whim, I requested rum raisin ice cream – a flavor I have not had in way too many years. Imagine my surprise, when my husband returned with an overflowing cone of rum raisin. It was heavenly. He, of course, had a hot fudge sundae – also delicious. So glad we stopped, it was a real treat.
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