Alberto’s was founded in 1945 by Albert “Bat” Cuddemi. Nicknamed “Bats,” Alberto’s has always been a local favorite for authentic homestyle Italian and American dishes. A family owned and operated business, Alberto's is the only restaurant that can say it offers the "best food by a dam site." Located off Route 202 along the Contoocook River, we sit across from the river's dam and just upstream from the Monadnock Papers Mills, a specialty paper mill that just turned 200 years old.
Current Alberto's owner and operator, Joe Cuddemi, has been welcoming guests since 1983.
COME VISIT US!
Come sit down with your family and enjoy a juicy steak, dig into some fresh New England Seafood, or try a classic chicken parmigiana or fettuccine alfredo. A must try is our homemade thin crust pizza, warm garlic bread and our delicious antipasto’s. We can accommodate over 150 people in two dining rooms, the lounge, bar and patio. Easily accessed from all Southern NH cities, we are within 45 minutes of Keene, Concord, Manchester and Nashua, and only 1.5 hours from Boston, MA.
When seasons change, Alberto’s has direct access for snowmobile travelers to stop in and get a hot meal.
Our restaurant has served the community for generations and has had many caring and dedicated employees. Our chef of over 30 years, Denise Boilard, has provided decades of mouthwatering meals to area residents, and members of our wait staff have been with us just as long. We hope you feel right at home.
With two dining rooms, a lounge and outdoor patio, we have space to handle your large parties. Whether you are looking to host a birthday party, rehearsal dinner, business outing or just catch up with a group of friends, we would be happy to have you. Contact us at any time for availability.
Only 5 minutes away, Crotched Mountain Ski Area is open from December through March. With night skiing offered, you can stop in and see us before, or after, you hit the slopes!
Formerly Tory Pines, the Crotched Mountain Golf Club offers a well-maintained 18-hole golf course with on-site lodging, and is just over 5 minutes away.
Named after Mount Monadnock, one of the most frequently climbed mountains in the world, the Monadnock Region is comprised of quaint towns, local shops and friendly communities.