Original General Store: Just a few miles from the cabins is a great place for breakfast, lunch or dinner - eating there or picking up food to enjoy a meal one of the decks back at the cabin. Known for its hearty breakfast, tasty lunch specials and sandwiches, the "GS" is the prime breakfast and lunch destination. If you want something quick and easy, we have egg and cheese sandwiches, wraps, and coffees and teas to go. If you want to stay awhile, try some pancakes and bacon, burgers and fries, freshly made smoothies and goodies from our bakery.
Peavine Restaurant & Thirsty Bull Pub: Also just a few miles away! A one-of-a-kind restaurant and pub that features appetizers, pasta, meat, fresh seafood. Now serving the freshest seafood in Vermont every Friday night - direct from the docks in Plymouth, Ma. Every Saturday Prime Rib and BBQ or Bourbon Ribs are served. Their steaks are hand carved in the kitchen and grilled to perfection. The handmade brick oven bakes some of the best tasting Pizza and Casseroles there are.
Toziers Restaurant: Located just past Stockbridge, Tozier's Restaurant has been a Central Vermont favorite for over 60 years; specializing in seafood, homemade dinners and desserts, as well as famous hand breaded onion rings.
The Porch Bar & Bistro: experienced and gifted culinary enthusiast, specializes in contemporary comfort food. He writes a creative but approachable menu, featuring local ingredients and innovative flavors. The Porch boasts a thoughtfully selected wine list, a collection of local and imported beers and The Pourch Pint, a distinctive American-style ale brewed by local entrepreneur Sean Lawson, of Lawson's Finest Liquids.
Huntington House Inn: Their fine dining rooms offer elegance in décor and food, with service by a professional, helpful wait staff. Art from around the world, white linens, flowers and candle light set the mood for a romantic and memorable evening. Diners may sit on their porch and listen to a concert in the Park bandstand during the warm months. Also at Huntington House is Doc's Tavern to enjoy a cocktail at the friendly bar, along with pasta, panini and pizza to American comfort food.
Sandy's Books & Bakery: A great stop for coffee and pastries, while browsing through the many rooms of book.
Pitcher Inn (275 Main): This is the place for a very super occasion! Their menus change seasonally with special dishes based on that day's market's bounty. Vermont raised lamb, quail and rabbit, organic heirloom tomatoes, local free range eggs, artisanal cheeses and seafood from the country's finest purveyors provide the culinary team with ample materials to create superlative meals. The Pitcher Inn boasts an award winning Wine List, recently honored with the "Best of Award of Excellence" by Wine Spectator with nearly 600 bins from the world's most celebrated wineries
Warren General Store: Their deli chefs offer an eclectic mix of down-home cooking, regional cuisine, and worldly flavor. They have a full hot breakfast menu, a full lunch assortment, (including daily lunch specials, salads and homemade soups) & dinners to go. Stop in for a quick cup of organic, fair-trade coffee and the paper, mull in the deli and sit by the river for an unforgettable lunch, or grab and go!
Woodstock Inn: Discover gourmet cuisine with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Their four-diamond culinary team specializes in regional recipes and using locally grown food to blend traditional style with sophisticated tastes. Savory side dishes, artisan breads, and rich, decadent desserts compliment their full menu selection. Great food, good company and amazing staff will turn your meal into a Woodstock Inn & Resort dining experience.
Bentleys: A Woodstock landmark for over 30 years, Bentleys serves Lunch, Dinner & Sunday Brunch in a warm, eclectic atmosphere filled with Victorian sofas, oriental rugs & antique lamps. Our extensive menus offer something for every appetite. Bentleys also features dancing every Saturday night, occasional live entertainment and our very own custom brewed ale.
Allechante: A wonderful artisan bakery with fine foods and a cafe. European tradition inspires the bread and pastries. They make everything from scratch!
Simon Pearce Restaurant : Enjoy Creative American cuisine utilizing fresh local ingredients, thoughtfully prepared and attentively served in a classic restored Mill overlooking the Ottauquechee river. The staff motto is "quality without pretense." The dining room is casually elegant with views overlooking the waterfall and covered bridge. Recipient of Wine Spectator's "Best of Award of Excellence" since 1993, they offer a series of wine dinners monthly from November through May. Watch them make their famous handmade glassware and pottery in their on-site workshop at The Mill.
Barnard General Store: Established in 1832 and stands as one of the longest running General Stores in Vermont. It features a 1950's Soda Fountain where you can still get a thick shake, hot fudge sundae or a triple scoop of ice cream. They have a full deli featuring Boar's Head Meats, Grilled burgers; Stone Baked Pizza, Homemade Soups, Hearty Sandwiches, Unique and Traditional Salads. They'll pack you a picnic for your hike on one of the many beautiful trails including the nearby Appalachian Trail or to take across the street to enjoy on beautiful Silver Lake.
Barnard Inn: This romantic restaurant offers seasonally fresh cuisine with rustic country elegance. Their menu features locally sourced and organic ingredients, much of which is grown at the Inn’s gardens during the warmer months. A 1796 colonial chateau nestled amongst sweet maple trees, perennial gardens, rolling hills, dairy organic farms, the Barnard Inn is the quintessential Vermont dining destination.
Swift House Inn: A meal at their Jessica's Restaurant is always memorable. The delectable menu showcases traditional American favorite, hearty soups, light salads, a great burger or delicious entree's of duck, steak or scallops, maybe the chef's daily special and much of the food is supplied by local growers to ensure absolute freshness. As a proud member of the Vermont Fresh Network, their culinary team loves to serve what central Vermont has to offer - with the alchemy of ambiance, doting staff, splendid surroundings, and an extensive wine cellar.
Otter Bakery: This wonderful bakery has a huge selection of cookies, rolls, breads, cakes and the best croissant around. All made in-house with many local and organic ingredients. They also offer yummy sandwiches, so it's a great lunch spot while exploring downtown Middlebury.
The Barn Door: Located by the 1824 House Inn in the "barn", their kitchen takes advantage of the unique farming environment in Vermont. They make much of our food from scratch including grinding our own burgers and sausages, smoking our bacon and rolling pasta, just to name a few.
Zabby & Elfs Stone Soup: Burlington's most extensive and innovative vegetarian and vegan cuisine with hot and cold food bars that feature an ever-changing menu of foods prepared daily. Sandwiches feature hearty vegetarian and vegan combinations as well as the area's finest meats, and are created to order with quality ingredients on fresh baked bread. They offer a selection of homemade soups, fantastic pizza, and a breath-taking array of desserts. Downtown across from the Northface Store!
Church Street Marketplace: You'll find many great restaurants (many with outdoor dining options) along Downtown Burlington’s award-winning open air mall. This hub of activity has historical architecture, year-round festivals, street entertainers, music, over 100 places to shop and dine!
Inn at Shelburne Farms: Shelburne Farms is beautiful 1,400-acre working farm, and National Historic Landmark on the shores of Lake Champlain. The Inn at Shelburne Farms was originally the 19th-century country home of Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb. The Inn’s public restaurant offers seasonally based menus that feature the freshest ingredients grown sustainably in our their Market Garden and on local Vermont farms.
Table 24 Restaurant: Our favorite spot in downtown Rutland, with a unique menu with choices for all. They prepare selected specialties on a wood-fired grill and rotisserie to create flavors unique to this region. Come and experience fresh food in the beautiful restaurant or relax in the bar and lounge area, full of local flavor.
Johnny Boys Pancake House: A must for a hearty breakfast (expect to wait for a table). The Gut Buster has two eggs accompanied by pairs of bacon strips, sausage links, pancakes and toast — with home fries on the side. The Amaretto French toast with mascarpone cheese topped with strawberries is another crowd pleaser.
Birch Ridge Inn: Intimate restaurant that specializes in cuisine that is a fusion of American and Continental styles. The predominate style features roasted, sautéed, and grilled selections with savory sauces. Mediterranean and German/Austrian influences occur, as well as Oriental on occasion. A new menu is prepared weekly, based upon available ingredients from the market.
Cedars Restaurant: Features American cuisine with an international flair. Taste the inspired dishes from distinctive appetizers to delicious entrees and decadent desserts — all served in the restaurant’s elegant, New England country setting. Located on the first floor of The Inn of the Six Mountains
Grist Mill: Recipient of the prestigious Robert Brown Memorial Award for architectural design, the Grist Mill Restaurant sits on the edge of what is known as Summit Pond in Killington, Vermont. Offering Black Angus steak, fresh seafood, delicious appetizers and wonderful desserts, we also have one of the most spectacular views of the Killington Mountains from the fireplaced dining room or our expansive porch.
Heli's: Located at the Mendon Mountainview Lodge,
dine on hearty gourmet cuisine fireside and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Pico Peak They mix three ingredients that complete a recipe for success: friendly hospitality, flavors and cuisine created by a talented chef and the Vermont values of farm to table dining. Their hearty gourment cuisine blending traditional with contemporary.
Hemingway's: Their menu and our decor is both classic and contemporary. Snuggle fireside, dine in their romantic stone-walled wine cellar or feast regally in the vaulted room. Delectable Maine lobster, hand-rolled pasta and succulent native pheasant are among the best dishes you've tasted.
Mountain Top Inn: Enjoy sweeping views of the Green Mountains while you dine! Their Highlands Dining Room offers sumptuous cuisine in the ambiance of a traditional Mountain Lodge. For casual bistro fare, check out the The Highlands Tavern, for lighter fare and nightly specials. A full service bar offers an extensive wine list and selection of Vermont micro brews, with seasonal outdoor seating on the Terrace and spectacular views.