Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Warren. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Located in the Mad River Valley, Warren is the home of the Sugarbush Ski Resort. Open since the Fifties, Sugarbush was once so popular with the jet set, including the Kennedy family and Hollywood actors, that it was known as "Mascara Mountain." Sugarbush has since expanded, with 111 ski runs serviced by 16 lifts, and visited by thousands of skiers and snowboarders each year. The town of Warren serves as home base to visitors, with a collection of charming inns and romantic B&Bs to choose from.
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5 based on 50 reviews
Casual, fine dining. Farm to table cuisine evolving as seasons and product availability change. From local chops, daily seafood specials and vegan offerings. Our belief is that food is art, reflecting on the local culture deeply rooted in its fields and p
We tried this place for something different than going out in Burlington on a Saturday night. Everything was just ok - the bread they served wasnât warm and seemed cooler than room temperature. The charcuterie was decent but nothing special for the price,the fish special (mahi) was also decent but the veggie sides were soaked in a super salty sauce. The lobster tortellini was tiny and seemed to be missing the lobster and the sauce was just meh. Our waitress was very friendly but our requests to the bar and the chef for our order got screwed up. She did comp our 2 drinks ( a seltzer and a beer). Weâre glad we tried it and it wasnât bad but itâs not a place we will return to next time we are in the Mad River Valley.
4 based on 22 reviews
Located in the clubhouse overlooking an eighteen-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Hogan's Pub at Sugarbush Resort is a full-service restaurant that offers scenic mountain views from the wrap-around outdoor deck or indoor dining room.
As soon as you are seated ask about the food and drink specials for the day. There are two friendly and efficient servers, and both are named âEmily.â The menu is varied, and I love the fried shrimp whenever it is available. Good marks too for the chicken sandwich called âThe Birdie.â And Hogans has by far the BEST BURGER AND BEST CRISPY FRIES in the entire Valley. The grilled cheese sandwich is truly special in its own right. They have a great local beer selection and the wines by the glass have been exceptionally well chosen. Wines and beers are top quality choices and great values. My fave by-the-glass is the Pino Noir. Gluten aware and vegan friendly they try to be attentive to the needs of each customer. Both indoor and outdoor areas are pleasant, with scenic views, and they are clean and bright. Before you leave, visit the next door pro shop for some attractive golf and tennis clothing. Good parking and an all-around good lunch experience.
4 based on 31 reviews
Tracksâ menu takes classic pub fare to a new plane: imaginative, nourishing dishes, explosions of flavor showcased in fresh and simple foods. The bar features craft beers and the hidden gems of the wine world; a vivid mural of Sugarbush and Mad River Glen
We came here for drinks before dinner upstairs at the formal restaurant, and found it hard to leave. The room is very cozy and inviting, with a fireplace at one end and a tony game room annex at the other. We really liked the rustic stone dÃ©cor, and imagine that the patio overlooking the stream must be lovely in warm weather (though it was snowing during our visit). Drinks were good and service very friendly. We'll be back!
4 based on 24 reviews
Count on massive sandwiches crafted from superior meats and thin-cut cheeses and sides. Menu items all have unique and fun names. Reasonable prices for what you get. Many locals frequent Mutha Stuffers. Dino, behind the counter, is friendly and proficient. Excellent value and delicious.
4 based on 28 reviews
Hostel Tevere currently only has the bar open on weekends, Friday thru Sunday nites starting at 6:00 PM thru closing. H. T. is not serving food to the public, no breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Check their website to see what food service is available to lodging guests - or better still telephone so that you can be absolutely sure about food service. Yes, the Bar is nice, and in a quite way charming. The barkeep, and servers are pleasant and helpful.
4 based on 50 reviews
Located in Lincoln Peak Village at Sugarbush Resort, Rumble's Kitchen serves fresh, fun, farm-to-table cuisine including steak, chicken, seafood, salads, sandwiches, and burgers with vegan and gluten-free options. Local brews, cocktails, and exceptional w
Went here for several meals during our Presidentâs Weekend visit to Sugarbush. Good, basic food, a lively atmosphere and apres ski vibe made this spot fun for our family. There was also a great, reasonably priced lunch buffet. Lots of high top seating and windows looking out on the base area of Sugarbush. Loads of wood paneling adds to the mountain town feel. Photos of namesake Bernese Mountain dog, Rumble, and his canine pals line the walls.Thanks for the great review! The lunch buffet, new this year, has been a hit with guests, so we're glad you enjoyed it. We're also glad you enjoyed the atmosphere. It's certainly a beautiful space with great views of the mountain.
4 based on 46 reviews
*Closed during summer* Castlerock Pub is the perfect place to take a break during a day of mountain activities and unwind with one of the best beer selections a ski resort can offer. Beers include local favorites like Lawson's, Hill Farmstead, Frost, and
Downstairs in the Gatehouse Base Lodge, the Castlerock Pub is less crowded. Food is pretty much high-end pub grub, presented well. Sports bar look with TVs around the walls, good selection of beers and full bar. Friendly Wait staff attends, not a buffet as on floor above. worth a stop with slightly elevated prices.Thanks for the great review, and yes it's always smart to be the crowd!John
4 based on 389 reviews
A casual Restaurant and Tavern offering the freshest ingredients, produced by local farmers whenever possible, for creative and healthy fare. Wine list and micro-brews on tap featuring up-and-coming brewers. Friendly, accommodating. Makes you feel at home
Our party of 4 had dinner here while in Waitsfield area. We were wanting more casual, comfort food that night, and this place hit the mark there. Everyone liked their soups, sandwiches, and salads - mostly seafood types of items. I chose the black bean burger with side salad. I was a little disappointed with the burger - not as much flavor as I'm used to this type of patty. But overall a nice meal and very friendly staff.
4 based on 329 reviews
Pizza and salad offerings that are creative and tasty. The salad dressing is light and delicious. I'm not a pizza fan, but the flatbread was really good. I understand that a lot of the ingredients are locally sourced.
4 based on 134 reviews
A small, luxury Inn with 11 rooms and unique themed rooms and on-site restaurant. With thoughtfully sourced ingredients, an appetite for detail, and service that is as knowledgeable as it is warm, The Pitcher Inn is a romantic option for your trip to the
I canât say enough good things about this wonderfully quaint, cozy and warming Inn. Although we only stopped by for dinner, the atmosphere was one that made you never want to leave. We sat in front of a roaring fireplace on a very cold Vermont night; and had one of the best meals weâve had in years. This will surely become a fixture for us on our vista back to Vermont.We're delighted to hear you found our cozy hearth! We'll look forward to seeing you again in the future.Stay warm!MimiInn Manager
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