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Where to Eat: Wayne’s Market, Lincoln/North Woodstock New Hampshire

Waynes Deli, Exit 32, Loon MountainThere are many reasons to visit Exit 32 and the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Every season brings a new group of adventurers who can be found skiing at Loon Mountain, riding the Franconia Notch Bike Path, or finishing up their 4000 footers list. There is one thing in common with all these activities, they will make you hungry, … really hungry.

Let me clue you into a little secret, Wayne’s Market located in North Woodstock, is a lot more than just a gas station. Once you discover the true bounty of Wayne’s your weekend plans will become a lot less concerned with any specific activities and a lot more concerned with whether or not you and your crew are going to make it to Wayne’s.

My favorite part about Wayne’s is definitely the deli. You can get something really tasty at any point in the day and you won’t have to pay an arm and a leg for it. Did I mention that they are open 24 hours? If I am ill prepared for a ski day at Loon I always make a stop by in the morning for a hot breakfast sandwich and an Italian sub. Their breakfast sandwiches are a dollar and you get a real sausage egg and cheese or bacon egg and cheese on an English. Sometimes I like to upgrade to a croissant, but that’s just because I’m a baller on a budget. The sandwiches are inexpensive as well, and just like their logo says, “You can’t beat Wayne’s Meat.” These guys pile on the meat for every one of their sandwiches. I usually ask them to hold the condiments and then they wrap it up perfectly for a day of skiing. Don’t worry; it will be exactly as you left it, sealed in the plastic wrap waiting for lunchtime. But lets face it, with a Wayne’s sub in your bag, the lodge and that first beer will be calling your name right after the first run.

If you aren’t planning on saving your sandwich for later, you should definitely consider a hot sub. Their buffalo chicken and steak tip subs are both favorites among my friend group. It’s all because they pile on the meat and their most expensive sub is around $7.50. I have to say there is only one thing that I dislike about Wayne’s, it’s when they ask me if I want the tips on my sub marinated. Who do they think I am, of course I want them marinated.

Although I am going to call it my second favorite thing at Wayne’s, their beer selection is pretty impressive. They have tons of craft beer and it has to be the largest selection in the area. One thing that you definitely have to check out is their Friday afternoon beer tasting. It usually runs from 4:30 to 6:00 every Friday and you have the opportunity to sample beers from whatever brewery they have as a guest that day. For me, it’s a great way to start off a ski weekend. The early time slot gives me an excuse to get up to the mountains early on Friday and after sampling a few brews you know I am going to order a steak tip sub.

Wayne’s has got you covered at every meal of they day, and the friendly service will have you coming back for more. If you start making frequent trips like I do, make sure you grab a Wayne’s sub punch card. If you buy ten they will give you one for free and there isn’t much on this planet that is more satisfying than a free sub from Wayne’s.

Where to eat, Wayne's Deli, Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain

Where to eat, Wayne's Deli, Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain

Where to eat, Wayne's Deli, Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain

Where to eat, Wayne's Deli, Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon MountainWhere to eat, Wayne's Deli, Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain

Where to eat, Wayne's Deli, Lincoln, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain

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