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Killington Restaurant Guide
Red Clover Inn and Restaurant
Our chef combines Old World cooking techniques with
the freshest Vermont farm-to-table ingredients to create seasonal menus
that celebrate local Vermont farmers.
Inn at Long Trail
Built around an indoor boulder, the Dining Room at
The Inn at Long Trail has been the source of hearty fare serving skiers
for over 50 years.
Killington, VT Restaurant Guide
You're going to be hungry during your stay - check out some of the best
restaurants Killington has to offer. Explore a variety of Killington restaurants,
whether you want to grab a quick bite at a Killington cafe, looking for a
great Killington pub for a night on the town, or want to hire a local favorite
for catering in Killington, VT.
Vermont.com Recommends ...
1741 Killington Rd, Killington
A favorite gathering place since the 1960s, offering 4 bars, 3 levels of
entertainment space, 2 stages, dance floors, appetizers and pizza.
7 Woodward Rd, Mendon
you'll find Red Clover Inn & Restaurant one of the best places to eat
near Killington & Pico Ski and Golf Resorts.
709 Route 4, Killington
Located 1/4 mile from Killington's Pico base lodge, the Inn's main dining
room is open during the fall and winter months, Thursday though Sunday.
37 Butler Rd, Killington
Dining at the Birch Ridge Inn is a perfect way to round out your Vermont
experience. Reservations for dinner are recommended.
Killington has some of the highest and most varied mountain terrain in
all of New England, and is home to the popular Killington Resort.
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Enjoy a vacation in Vermont with us!
The largest resort in the northeast, stretching across seven mountain areas,
with multiple terrain features in the winter, and boundless outdoor opportunities
for an unforgetable summer.
Whether you're looking for a small room for one night, or many rooms for an
extended stay, check out some of our favorite places to stay in the Killington,