Waterville Valley’s restaurants have something for every palate

Before starting an adventurous day or after a long day of boating, swimming or biking, there’s nothing better than a good meal. At Waterville Valley the choices range between sandwiches, wraps, salads, pasta and even Mexican food.

For breakfast you can go to The Waterville Mercantile Bakery, a coffee shop and bakery that offers a variety of freshly brewed hot and ice coffees, premium teas, hot cocoa as well as delicious fresh baked goods and grab-n-go breakfast items including: croissants, bagels, muffins, donuts, cereal, oatmeal and yogurts.  Le Tasse is a 25-seat café offering specialty coffees as well as a variety of loose-leaf teas, chai tea, hot chocolate, pastries, and breakfast sandwiches. For those you who want to relax in the afternoon, this café serves local beer, wine and light fare, such as quiche, meatballs, savory wraps, soups and salads.

For a more substantial meal the award-winning Coyote Grill offers creative dishes in pasta, seafood and grilled steaks. Chef Sean Stout is in charge of the kitchen and his achievements include distinguished five star ratings at several New England restaurants, appearances on TV culinary shows, and personal appearances at major culinary retail outlets. 

La Hacienda Mexicana is the new restaurant in Town Square and features authentic Mexican cuisine such as Guacamole de Molcajete (fresh guacamole prepared tableside), Mole Poblano, Fajitas, Arrachera (skirt steak served with rice, beans and pico de gallo), and Fan or helado frito (fried ice cream) ends the meal on a sweet note.

If you’re a sports fan head to Legends 1291 and while you’re watching the game enjoy some ribs or a burger. Across from Legends 1291 is Olde Waterville Pizza Company, is the place to go for pizza. The restaurant uses the freshest ingredients and top-quality cheeses and meats on all their pizzas, pastas or appetizers. Mulligan’s Tap Room & Eatery also offers appetizers, as well as signature sandwiches, wraps, salads and soups.

And for a meal or a snack, try La Tasse Cafe in the Town Square  - an intimate cafe that serves up a variety of coffees, teas, apres ski munchies, beer and wine. Don’t miss the massive scones and the homemade soups. 

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