New England’s Peak Dining Experience

Stowe, VT – New England’s Peak Dining Experience

Vermont is New England's most celebrated location for farm fresh meats, cheeses, produce, heirloom grains and local craftsmanship. Never before during the resort’s 75-year history has the level of food service ever been better in Stowe. Several new mountainside restaurants, the new Great Room at Spruce Camp, the classic Cliff House and a resort-wide attention to quality make Stowe Mountain Resort a foodie’s dream ski or golf vacation come true. Here’s a brief description of what Stowe offers. To view menus and hours of operation please visit

The Great Room at Spruce Camp

The Great Room is located at Stowe’s new Spruce Camp base lodge. The grand dining room features dramatic alpine-cathedral style detailing with four exhibition cooking stations and produces made-from-scratch breakfast, lunch and après-ski fare. Local and regional influences drive this high-quality bistro/grill environment. An inviting bar and lounge offers cappuccino and espresso, local beer, signature drinks and entertainment in front of a luxurious fireplace.

The Cliff House

The Cliff House Restaurant, established in 1968, is distinctively situated 3,625’ feet atop Mt. Mansfield, Vermont’s tallest peak. The Cliff House serves the freshest seasonal fare resulting in an ‘ultra-country’ and local menu style. Renovations to the Cliff House include a beautiful and rustic interior, with high ceilings and expansive windows offering spectacular mountaintop views. The winter 2012 Summit Series dinners are scheduled to take place early-January through mid-March and reservations are required.


Located in Stowe’s slopeside luxury hotel, Stowe Mountain Lodge, Solstice serves breakfast, lunch and dinners featuring food that is both refined and casual. Chef Josh Berry crafts an experience that gives guests a connection to the land of Vermont through dishes that focus on freshness, simplicity, and seasonal flavors. The restaurant also features regional microbrews, designer cocktails and rare wines by the glass; 24-hour in-room dining is also available. The 190 seat restaurant features the Hourglass Bar, a private dining room, furniture hand-carved by Vermont-based artistic woodworkers Parker Nichols and Charles Shackleton, custom pottery pieces designed by Miranda Thomas, an interactive chef station for daily breakfast, open kitchen for lunch and dinner and unsurpassed views of Spruce Peak Mountain.

More Slopeside and Mountaintop Eateries

Include; The Fireside Tavern, located at the Inn at the Mountain, The Mansfield Café and Den, located in the Mansfield base lodge, offer a full servery and grill with adjacent bar featuring live music on weekends and holidays. The Octagon Café, located at the top of the FourRunner Quad and the Midway Café, located in Midway base lodge.

Local Food Partnerships

Stowe Mountain Resort has partnered with the Vermont Fresh Network and Chefs Collaborative. These two non-profit organizations connect the resort’s restaurants with local farmers to create exceptional dining experiences that are unique to the area.

Additional Dining and Après Offerings in the Town of Stowe

In complement to exceptional dinning at the mountain, the Town of Stowe is alive with culinary cuisine. Over 50 restaurants and bars offer a variety of dining and après options unequaled at ski and golf areas around the Northeast. In New England, only Boston and Providence boast more award-winning dining establishments than Stowe’s quaint town of 4,300 residents. To learn more about dinning throughout the Stowe area please visit


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