Just a few short steps off Elm Street, in the center of beautiful Woodstock Village, you will find the entrance to The Prince & The Pauper restaurant. Step inside and be greeted by an interior that reflects the history of the village, as well as the Bourdon Building, circa 1820, in which we reside. In the front of the restaurant is the Parlour, a bright, airy room with wide pine floors and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the bustle of Elm Street and the lush gardens of the Woodstock History Center.
Our lounge is in the center of the restaurant and features an inviting antique wooden bar whose top is crafted from hatch covers that once adorned a wooden sailing ship. The lounge also includes a handful of small tables, perfect for dining with friends, old and new. Beyond the lounge is our main dining room, complete with hand-hewn beams, sparkling silver, and warm candlelight—an ideal spot for a romantic dinner for two or a jovial gathering with family and friends.
It is our pleasure to provide you with excellent cuisine and unparalleled service, in a distinctive location. Come in and enjoy an evening to remember!
Reservations are required for both table and bar seating.