Woodstock Vermont is a great getaway year round. Close to the mountains for skiing in the winter, amazing foliage in the fall, and a great summer getaway with tons of hiking trails. Woodstock has a little something for everyone.
If you’re planning a trip to the charming little town of Woodstock make sure to check out my round up of all the best places to eat in Woodstock Vermont! From cute cafes to romantic restaurants, Woodstock has plenty of dining options for everyone.
Worthy Kitchen – Tons of great comfort foods here, perfect for a quick dinner after a day on the slopes. Super causal joint, you order at the counter and then they’ll bring the food over to your table. They have a fantastic craft beer list pair with a burger or some Mac and cheese and you’ll definitely leave happy! Check out the menu staples here, keep in mind they have an ever changing list of daily specials, last time I was there they had a lamb grilled cheese on special!
Prince and Pauper – If you’re in Woodstock for a romantic getaway Prince and Pauper is a must visit. They do a nightly Prix Fixe menu that changes nightly for $55. There is also the Bistro menu that is available Sunday through Friday. Make sure you save room for one of their fantastic desserts! Click here for the full Bistro menu.
Richardson’s Tavern – Great for a casual dinner, Richardson’s Tavern is located at the Woodstock Inn. Try the fondue, cheese fresh from Billings Farm! Check out the full menu here.
Perley’s Pour House – Located at Suicide 6, the nearest mountain to Woodstock, Perley’s Pour House is open during the winter. Perfect spot if you’re more into Aprés Ski than actual skiing. Click here for the Perley’s Pour House menu and to learn more about other dining options located at Suicide 6.
Mon Vert Cafe – A great breakfast or lunch spot! They have homemade pastries, and tons of different breakfast sandwiches. For lunch have a hard cider and try the “Chow” Bello off the grill sandwich (my personal fav). From salads, wraps, and sandwiches Mon Vert Cafe is a great casual spot with tons of healthy options all made fresh and delicious! Everything on their menu is locally sourced right in Vermont, check out there breakfast and lunch menus here.
The Daily Catch – For those familiar with their Boston locations, the Woodstock Vermont locations offers the same amazing quality of Sicilian styled pasta and seafood you would find in Boston’s North End. This is the place to go in Woodstock if you have a craving for seafood or pasta! Check out the full Woodstock menu.
The White Cottage – While you might expect to only find a snack shack light The White Cottage on the beaches of Maine or Cape Cod it has been thriving in Woodstock Vermont since 1957. From fried claims to ice cream The White Cottage is a Woodstock must visit! Sit outside at their picnic tables overlooking the Ottauquechee River, opened early May to early October. Plan to try the burger, it has been voted one of the Top 150 burgers in the US! Click here for the full menu.
No matter what time of year you’re visiting Woodstock there is tons to do and plenty of great places to eat and drink! Be sure to stop by Sugarbush Farm for a tasting of locally made Vermont cheese. Where is your favorite spot to grab a bite in Woodstock?
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