Dining

The Lebanon area has restaurants appealing to every taste and budget, in our downtown areas or just a short drive away from shopping and recreation. Dining choices range from chain restaurants and fast food to small-town comfort food and fine dining. International selections include authentic Mexican, rustic Italian, Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian. Many of our most popular businesses are locally owned, with choices you won’t find anywhere else.

The region includes several coffee shops and all-night dining options for early birds and night owls alike. Fresh baked goods and treats are available year-round, and in summer, ice cream stands offer soft serve, sundaes and hand-churned ice cream from local creameries. On weekdays in summer, Colburn Park hosts food trucks with to-go meals you can eat right in the park, and local families often get take-out in good weather to eat at Storrs Pond, Riverside Park or one of the many other great places to be outdoors.

The Lebanon Farmers’ Market, held every Thursday afternoon in Colburn Park from mid-May through September, offers the best in locally grown produce, baked goods, prepared foods to eat at the Market or take home, gifts and more. Other local farmers’ markets include Enfield, Hanover, and Norwich, Vermont.

From milk and maple syrup to sheep and beef, there’s no shortage of food locally grown and raised in the Lebanon area. New Hampshire and Vermont have many seasonal farm stands packed with locally grown produce, eggs, meats and prepared items for those who’d rather stay in than eat out.

Many local restaurants participate in New Hampshire Restaurant Week and other local events. There’s always something new and delicious to try!

If you’re planning a party, there are many local caterers to choose from, ready for backyard barbecues or formal events.

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Weather

Lebanon
66°
clear sky
humidity: 88%
wind: 3mph WNW
H 64 • L 60