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Vermont Restaurants and Dining

Vermont Gay Tourism Association - Recommened Dining & Restaurants, VermontVermont sports a luscious variety of specialty food producers, gourmet food shops and an expansive list of diverse restaurants offering an astonishing variety of cuisines.

Dining is an important part of Vermont’s culture. Take a look at our creative dining selections, pick one of these fabulous Vermont restaurants and enjoy a great meal. You will have about 87,660 meals in your lifetime! Don't waste any!

Bailiwicks on Mill

Bailiwicks on Mill
98 Mill Street, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Phone: 802-424-1211
We are an upscale, but approachable venue, with a core value for quality. We offer sustainable fish, certified Angus beef and we cater to our vegetarian/vegan friends, as well. We are a wine and martini bar, as well, with a great vibe


Basin Harbor Club
4800 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes, Vermont 05491
Phone: 802-475-2300 Toll Free: 800-622-4000
Fax: 802-475-6546
Basin Harbor Club is a beautiful historic resort located on Lake Champlain. The classic Vermont resort offers a variety of lodging options to make you feel right at home. Whether you’re a big family, a couple looking for a quiet getaway, or looking for a venue for a special event, Basin Harbor has the perfect accommodation for you. The resort offers activities and entertainment for every season and vacation. Some guests are content to just relax in one of their Adirondack chairs and read in the gardens, where others enjoy golf, waterskiing or a dinner on the North Dock.

Burke Area Chamber of Commerce Burke Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 347, East Burke, VT 05832
Phone: 802-626-4124
Located in the heart of Vermont's beautiful Northeast Kingdom, Burke is the perfect Vermont vacation spot for skiing, hiking, world class mountain biking, snowmobiling, cultural heritage, shopping and more, all waiting for you to explore. Recreation galore awaits the adventurous travelers who like to hit the trails. And for those who like a slower pace, take your own time making your own trail discovering all Burke has to offer. Whatever brings you here, you will experience our unparalleled four season destination!

Cafe Provence Cafe Provence
11 Center St., Brandon, VT 05733
Phone: 802-247-9997

Courtyard Burlington Harbor 
25 Cherry St., Burlington, Vermont 05401 
Phone: 802-864-4700     Fax: 802-862-1179
The Courtyard Burlington Harbor rises from the shores of Lake
Champlain and is framed by the majestic Adirondack and Green Mountains. The unique interior design incorporates the muted splendor of Vermont countryside colors into the hotels public space and guestrooms. Without question, this is Burlington's premier address for discerning business and leisure travelers alike.


The Essex, Vermont's Culinary Resort & Spa

Essex Resort & Spa
70 Essex Way, Essex, Vermont 05452
Phone: 802-764-1474; Toll Free: 800-727-4295
Nestled on 18 acres between the vistas of the Green Mountains and the splendor of Lake Champlain, The Essex Resort & Spa is a true destination and is pet-friendly, offering a full-service Spa and Fitness Center, fun classes in Cook Academy, and two award-winning restaurants-- all of which perfectly complement the classic accommodations. Discover the essence of The Essex together- we look forward to your visit!


Green Mountain Inn

Green Mountain Inn
P.O. Box 60, Stowe, VT 05672
Phone: 802-253-7301; Toll Free: 800-253-7302; Fax: 802-253-5096
The Green Mountain Inn offers the best accommodations in Stowe, with the perfect blend of modern comfort and classic touches in 105 unique guest rooms, luxury suites and village townhouses. Guests enjoy two acclaimed restaurants, a year-round heated outdoor pool, massage center, use of a fully equipped health club and complimentary WiFi. The Inn also specializes in corporate retreats, meetings, weddings, "escape" ceremonies and events of all kinds!


Hilton Burlington

Hilton Burlington
60 Battery Street, Burlington, Vermont
Phone: 1-802-658-6500  Fax: 1-802-658-4659
The Hilton Burlington is the first choice among discerning event planners, business travelers, and vacationers to Vermont. The hotel provides levels of service and amenities for which Hilton has become the gold standard worldwide. The 258 guestrooms' décor evokes Vermont's regal fall foliage. Most rooms offer spectacular views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. Its eclectic Battery Street Grill presents American cuisine with Vermont flair from 6 am until 10 pm daily. The lobby's inviting, earth-toned Bar 60 is at once sophisticated and relaxed. With over 18,000’ of flexible event space, the hotel provides exceptional service and creative menus for events ranging in size from 5 to 600 guests. Our Garden Terrace makes a lovely outdoor option for ceremonies and receptions. And, our fabulous location offers easy walking access to the Church Street Marketplace and the Waterfront where a myriad of dining, shopping and entertainment activities take place.


Holiday Inn Rutland/Killington

Holiday Inn Rutland/Killington
476 US Route 7 South, Rutland, Vermont 05701
Phone: (802) 773-6130 Fax: (802) 786-2124
The Holiday Inn Rutland/Killington and its friendly, experienced staff consistently earn the area's highest ratings for facilities and guest service. Winner of Rutland Herald's "Reader's Choice" favorite full service hotel, the Holiday Inn Rutland/Killington offers more facilities, services and amenities under one roof than any other local hotel. Plus convenient access to three of the east's best skiing and riding mountains, including Killington, Okemo and Pico.


Hotel Vermont

Hotel Vermont
41 Cherry St, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: 802-651-0080
Hotel Vermont, Burlington's only independent hotel, features airy and welcoming guest rooms with a balance of private space and open design, featuring natural materials interpreted with sophisticated style. A comfortable and considerate space that allows you to focus, relax and be yourself. Juniper is Hotel Vermont’s local ingredient driven cocktail bar & restaurant with a menu that highlights local purveyors and celebrates individual and community effort. Amenities include on-site yoga, massage, complimentary wifi and multiple dining options on premises including Juniper, the acclaimed Hen of the Wood, and Bleu Northeast Seafood. The hotel is within walking distance to Church Street, shopping, restaurants, nightlife and the Lake Champlain waterfront.


Jay Peak Resort

Jay Peak Resort
830 Jay Peak Road, Jay, VT 05859
Phone: 1-800-451-4449; Fax: 802-988-4049
Jay Peak Resort is Vermont's NEW premier 4-season destination with over $300 million in new amenities including: three hotels, a 50,000 square foot indoor water park, a NHL sized indoor ice arena, golf course, eight restaurants/dining options, spa, a 60 person year-round aerial tram, and 350 person conference center.

Lake Morey Resort

Lake Morey Resort
Clubhouse Road, Fairlee, VT 05045
Phone: 802-333-4311; Toll Free: 800-432-1211; Fax: 802-333-4553
Vermont's four-season, full service resort situated on the picturesque shores of lake morey. Tastefully appointed guest rooms - many with breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Waters Spa, 18-hole Championship golf course, boating, tennis, fitness center, formal gardens, ice skating, x-c skiing, snowshoeing and more......


Leunigs Bistro

Leunigs Bistro
115 Church St, Burlington, Vermont 05677
Phone: 802-863-3759
leunigsbistro@myfairpoint.com
Leunig's Bistro & Café is the popular, award winning restaurant bringing the panache of Paris and the value of Vermont into the heart of Downtown Burlington, Vermont. This boisterous, fun place on the pedestrian mall --the Church Street Marketplace-- has a retro old-world flair, with washed walls, a marble bar, crystal chandeliers, old oversized posters. The inventive, large menu features regional foods prepared with a continental touch. Leunig's Bistro is the best place in Burlington to see and be seen, being one of the longest continuinally operating gathering spots in town. It's an authentic experience modeled after an old world café; featuring an upscale but casual atmosphere with a bar and an eclectic melange of the flavors of the world and Vermont. Bienvenu a Leunig's Bistro!


Manchester & the Mountains Regional Chamber of Commerce

Manchester & the Mountains Regional Chamber of Commerce
39 Bonnet Street, Manchester Center VT 05255
Phone: 802-362-6313, Fax: 802-362-3451
Manchester and the Mountains in the Shires of Vermont is a collection of 18 towns and communities with diverse lodgings, extraordinary dining experiences, music, history and cultural offerings as well as four season recreation – skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, biking, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, Land Rover driving, fly fishing and even falconry. The Vermont Experience begins here!

Michael's On The Hill

Michael's On The Hill
4182 Route 100 North, Waterbury Center, Vermont 05677
Phone: (802) 244-7476
mail@michaelsonthehill.com


Newport City Renaissance Corporation

Newport City Renaissance Corporation
194 Main Street #208, Newport Vermont 05855
802-323-1056
Patricia.Sears@DiscoverNewportVT.com
This is Newport. Return to the real Vermont. A place for people in the know. Genuine hospitality. True farm to table experience. Four-season destination. South of the border. International Lake. Authentic Vermont. Newport. Genuine by Nature. The Newport City Renaissance Corporation serves as a catalyst transforming Newport's community and economic development.


Northeast Kingdom Travel & Tourism Association

Northeast Kingdom Travel & Tourism Association
PO Box 212, East Burke, VT 05832
Phone: 802-626-4124, Toll Free: 800-884-8001
Plan your next Vermont Vacation in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom! Nestled between the Green Mountains and the Connecticut River in northern Vermont, Vermont's Northeast Kingdom offers breath-taking scenery, outstanding lodging and dining, ecotourism and agritourism, Vermont made products, a rich diversity of art, and recreational opportunities which have gained the Northeast Kingdom national and international recognition.


Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce

Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce
57 Pond Street, Clocktower, Ludlow, VT 05149
Phone: 802-228-5830
We are a regional chamber of commerce representing the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, Chester, Ludlow, Mount Holly, Plymouth and Weston.


Red Clover Inn and Restaurant

Red Clover Inn and Restaurant
7 Woodward Road, Mendon, Vermont 05701
Phone: 802 775 2290
innkeepers@redcloverinn.com
The beautifully restored 1840s bed & breakfast and Vermont farmhouse inn offer stylish Killington lodging and accommodations privately located near Killington Ski and Golf Resort for skiing, biking, hiking and golf getaways, weddings, and parties. To top it all off: one of the best. Vermont restaurants near Killington is right on the premises.


Shelburne Farms Shelburne Farms
1611 Harbor Road, Shelburne, VT 05482
Phone: (802) 985-8686
Inn Reservations: (802) 985-8498
info@shelburnefarms.org
At Shelburne Farms, we connect people every day to the land and food systems that support us all. We're a nonprofit education organization, 1,400-acre working farm, and National Historic Landmark that welcomes visitors. Walking trails provide year-round access to spectacular lake and mountain views, and our Welcome Center and Farm Store is open every day. Mid-May to mid-October we offer guided property tours, a family-oriented Children’s Farmyard and great farm-fresh lunches at the Farm Cart in the courtyard of the Farm Barn. The Inn at Shelburne Farms on the shores of Lake Champlain was originally the 19th-century country home of the Webb family. Restored in 1987, the inn retains its historic character and continues the tradition of warmth, informal elegance and hospitality enjoyed by guests for more than a century. The restaurant offers seasonally based menus that feature the freshest ingredients grown sustainably on our farm and on local Vermont farms. For a calendar of festivals, special events and programs for all ages, go to our website www.shelburnefarms.org.

Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center
870 Williston Road, Burlington, VT 05403
Director of Sales & Marketing
Phone: (802) 865-6654
Vermont's largest hotel and conference center, we are located just a few minutes from downtown businesses, shopping, and Lake Champlain. With free shuttles to Burlington International Airport, we are ideal for meetings, weddings and leisure travelers alike. Pet friendly.

Stowehof Inn and Resort Stowehof Inn and Resort
434 Edson Hill Road, Stowe, VT 05672
Phone: 802-253-9722

Stowe Mountain Lodge

Stowe Mountain Lodge
7412 Mountain Rd., Stowe VT 05672
Phone: 802-760-4710
The six-story, 300-room luxury New England resort draws on the architectural tradition of turn-of-the-century summer camps created by the great families of New England. The lodge's exterior features a picturesque façade of woven timber and shingles that draw upon the natural harmony found in nature, as well as stone veneer created from local quarries, and expansive glass to bring the beauty of the lodge's outdoor surroundings to the indoors.


Taconic, a Kimpton Hotel

The Copper Grouse
Kimpton Taconic Hotel

3835 Main Street
Manchester Village, VT 05254
Phone: 802.362.0147; Toll Free: 877.699.3331; Fax: 802.362.0165
Since our founding in San Francisco more than three decades ago, Kimpton Hotels has been a part of the LGBT community.

Kimpton Taconic Hotel is the newest upscale lodging option in Southern Vermont, located in the picturesque year-round destination of Manchester.

Kimpton Taconic is within an easy walk to boutiques, cafes, art galleries, and endless outdoor excursions in all four seasons.

Onsite restaurant, The Copper Grouse serves regionally-inspired cuisine.

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is the Premier National Hotel Partner of The Trevor Project, an outreach program for LGBT.


The INN

The INN
241 Main Street, Montgomery Center, VT 05471
Phone: 802-326-4391
Eat, Drink, Relax, Enjoy and Stay at The INN, one of northern Vermont's best lodging, dining and event facilities located in Montgomery Center, just seven miles from Jay Peak. Gay owned and operated since 2012.


The Northern Star

The Northern Star
Newport City Dock, Newport Vermont 05855
Phone: 802-487-0234
The Northern Star reflects the handsome elegance a 1920's style plumb stem inland waterway steamer offering Scenic cruises, private charters, cocktail cruises, Sunday Brunch and much more all with the feel of your very own private yacht on beautiful Lake Memphremagog.


The Reluctant Panther

The Reluctant Panther
39 West Road, Manchester, Vermont 05254
Phone: 802-362-2568; Toll Free: 1-800-822-2331; Fax: 802-362-2586
The Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant is southern Vermont’s premier small luxury hotel. Located in the heart of Manchester Village, the Reluctant Panther offers 20 rooms and suites of the highest quality and the top-rated gourmet dining experience in Vermont. The Panther’s spacious accommodations feature elegant design with antique furnishings, fireplaces, marble baths and original, museum quality artwork combining with 300 thread count linens, Anichini coverlets and Frette robes to create a truly gracious and relaxing overnight experience.


Topnotch Resort Topnotch Resort
4000 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT 05672
Phone: 802-253-8585, Toll Free: 800-451-8686
This intimate boutique mountainside destination in Stowe, Vermont blends the gracious charm of a ski lodge with the luxurious amenities of a world-class Resort. As a Preferred and TAG Certified Resort we deliver unyielding focus on the hotel experience and on characteristics that separate the extraordinary from the ordinary.

Surrounded by a 120-acre wooded estate in Stowe, Vermont enjoy cross-country, downhill skiing (we‚re two miles from Mt. Mansfield) golfing, horseback riding and sleigh rides, hiking, biking. The Spa is considered one of the world‚s top resort spas by Spa Finder, Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. The Tennis center with six outdoor and four indoor courts is ranked one of the Top Ten U.S. Tennis Resorts. Let us host your next visit to Vermont. www.topnotchresort.com

Waterbury Tourism Council

Waterbury Tourism Council
PO Box 468, Waterbury, Vermont 05676
info@waterbury.org
You won't find a more convenient location to enjoy the Vermont experience. Right off Interstate 89 at Exit 10, Waterbury is central to Stowe, Montpelier, Burlington and the Mad River Valley where ski resorts, popular attractions, and nature's recreational opportunities abound. Our village is full of historic buildings, including the recently restored 1875 train station still in use today as an Amtrak stop. Waterbury is home to some of the country's best known specialty food manufacturers such as Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, Cold Hollow Cider Mill, and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, but the atmosphere is still classic Vermont small town, full of charm and smiles.

 
   

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