There aren't many choices if you're going to eat out in Bretton Woods. There are the restaurants at the Mount Washington (pricey but very good), the ski area food (lots of fried food and only available during the day) and Fabyans. Otherwise you need to go through the notch or up to Whitefield, or over to Bethlehem. Fabyans is spare, casual, with the large guage train running across the ceiling. The food is adequately prepared and basic, pasta, chicken, burgers. The lighting is bright and the bar is sports oriented. There were lots of families when we were there and one table they offered us had two little kids poking their heads through a "window". Not exactly intimate. I recommend mainly because there's not much else.
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