Our first meal when we got into town and was it ever memorable. We walked over from the dock after the boat ride around the lake. Food was great and the view was spectacular!
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We took the Mount Washington from the Weirs and ate at Dockside while waiting for the return trip. The Mount Washington pulls right up to the restaurant. The fish and chips along with the ice cream for dessert was really good. We look forward to...More
Super friendly waitress took our lunch order and the place quickly filled up by 12:30 with families and a lot of children. We had a burger and fried clam roll with iced teas and enjoyed a beautiful sunny day on the lake right in town....More
Had lunch here with family. Food was good along with the service. One thing you have to try are the onion rings!! They're crispy, tasty and seasoned just right. I had the fish sandwich, which comes with potato chips and coleslaw. The fish was fresh...More
Stop in for lunch by boat. The place was full. I initially had mixed thoughts about this place based on the reviews. We sat indoors . Old school basic frills. Nothing fancy. Clean , comfortable and nice. The service was great... Now for the food....More
This place is always so crowded that I expected better. I had their burger which comes with lettuce, tomato, and chips and upgraded to cheeseburger. The burger was thin, small, and granular and although I ordered it "medium" what I was served was "well done."...More
I went for lunch, and the food was very good. Service was excellent, and the view is amazing. I would recommend this restaurant for its' good food and fair prices.
After purchasing two dinners from the take out window we discovered out door seating that faced the lake. We proceeded to take a table for two. It was Sunday evening, not many people. The tables that were available for the take out crowd were filthy....More
My sister was in town from Whidbey Island, WA, an area of great seafood. We stopped at Dockside for the glorious view of Wolfeboro Bay and lunch. It wasn't crowded, as it was a weekday in early June. Only 20% of the tables were occupied....More