Discover World-Class Restaurants for $20.19 During Dine Stowe

October 10, 2019


Taste your way through Stowe this fall during Dine Stowe, a week-long celebration featuring specialty menus for $20.19. Try a new restaurant, indulge at your local favorite or dine out at a different spot each night from October 20 – 26. From local to international cuisines, Dine Stowe showcases the array of restaurants in Stowe that suit whatever mood you’re in. Explore these options for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the historic Village and along the Mountain Road in Stowe, named “The World’s 10 Best Ski Towns for Foodies” by Fodor’s Travel.

Wine & Dine in the Historic Village

The downtown historic Village of Stowe is something out of a picture book, with a charming white steepled church, galleries and shops lining Main Street – all surrounded by Stowe’s scenic natural beauty. Named one of the “World’s Best Small Towns” by National Geographic, Stowe and the village will enchant you, along with the aromas from local dining establishments. As you make your way up Main Street, The Whip Bar and Grill, located in the historic Green Mountain Inn, provides casual dining in a charming atmosphere. Across the street, Harrison’s Bar & Restaurant, known for creative comfort food in an upscale and relaxing environment, is offering a wine special. Just north on School Street is Cork Wine Bar & Market, a chic natural wine bar featuring a large selection of wine and food pairings. Take a short, scenic walk or bike ride to the Lower Village to the Lighthouse Bar & Grill, located at the Commodores Inn, which is offering a three-course meal by the lakeside.

Fuel Up in the Lower Mountain Road

The lower part of Mountain Road is home to a cluster of savory dining options. For hot and delicious breakfast, fill up on hearty Vermont favorites at The Nest, located at Golden Eagle Resort, which uses local dairy and breads and bakes bread in-house. Ranch Camp, home of bikes and burritos, is offering a two-party starter including fried ‘chokes or falafel nuggets, and choice of a main course. The Bench, known for their wood-fired food and extensive tap selection, is offering a three-course meal including fire roasted tomato soup, a pickle-fried chicken sandwich and lightly smoked cheesecake that’s sure to fuel your adventures in Stowe!

Diverse Flavors in the Middle Mountain Road

Continue your way up Mountain Road for other Dine Stowe specialty menus. Stop by the Stowe Bee Bakery & Café for lunch for two with any two grilled panini sandwich plates and any two cookies or brownies for $20.19. For international cuisine head to Sushi Yoshi for Chinese, Japenese or Hibachi menu selections. Next door at Tres Amigos, sample a three taco plate sampler with three mini margaritas, and enjoy complimentary chips and salsa! For a fun night of friendly competition, grab a bite while you bowl with friends or family at Stowe Bowl. Charlie B’s Pub & Restaurant across the road is a Vermont classic offering a three-course dinner with a choice of soup or salad, a selection of entrees and a sea salted caramel cheesecake. In the mood for pizza? Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge has a three-course meal. Right next store, Idletyme Brewing Co. has a “Brew Kit” appetizer sampler and “BurgerTyme” burger with any homemade Idletyme draft.

Sit Down in Style in the Upper Mountain Road

As you make your way up Mountain Road towards Mt. Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, you’ll pass by a cluster of restaurants with mouth-watering options. Just off the Mountain Road, Sunset Grille & Tap Room is a great place to enjoy comfort food with the family or watch a sports game with their BBQ sampler served with a local craft beer. For a detour with an exceptional view, take a ride up Trapp Hill Road to the von Trapp Brewing & Bierhall for “a little taste of Austria, a lot of Vermont!” Another spot located off Mountain Road is the The Fritz Bar + Restaurant at The Stowehof where you can try schnitzel and spaetzle with mustard jus and braised red cabbage. Just down the hill, Salute makes ambrosial homemade pasta and other wood-fired Italian fare. For a classic Italian experience, head north on Mountain Road to Trattoria La Festa where they are serving their famous salad and manicotti cacciatore. Continue north toward the mountain to The Lodge at Spruce Peak for a fine dining experience at Solstice.

There’s no shortage of great restaurant options and deals during Dine Stowe. Discover Stowe’s best dining for just $20.19. Share your experience with us using the hashtag #dinestowe!

Featured image courtesy of TruckieLoo Photography. Images courtesy of: Harrison’s Restaurant & Bar, Golden Eagle Resort, Mark Vandenberg and Salute.

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