Wine, Beer and Cocktails in a Friendly Atmosphere
Firmly rooted in Vermont while wandering around the world. See the Summer 2017 Specialty Cocktail list!
Firmly rooted in Vermont while wandering around the world, the Red Clover Inn restaurant features an ample wine cellar with a glass or a bottle for every budget. Vermont’s acclaimed local brews find their taps next to their international cousins. And small-batch Green Mountain spirits, crafted from the rye fields and maple trees that dot our views and flank our peaks, dwell beside their cosmopolitan kin.
Seasonal cocktails anchor the refreshments, featuring specials made with spirits distilled in Vermont. Our welcoming mixologists, sun-filled seasonal garden, hearthside dining and intimate tavern introduce an atmosphere conducive to romantic cocktails, friendly conversation, and extraordinary parties, retreats, and weddings. Visit our friendly tavern for après-ski, hike the Long Trail or Killington region, then enjoy a wine, beer, or Red Clover cocktail: not stirred, not shaken, but perfectly mixed.
Hungry? Tired? Stay for dinner or the night. A Chef’s Tasting Menu with wine pairings is available nightly and ranges from three courses ($40/person++) to seven courses ($150/person++). Dinner with weekly chef’s specials is available Thursday through Monday, 5:30 – 9 pm. Please call for reservations: 802-775-2290.
Here is just a sampling of local Vermont brewers and distillers who help us stock our shelves:
- Drop In Brewery, Middlebury
- Harpoon, Windsor
- Kingdom Brewing, Newport
- McNeill’s Brewery, Brattleboro
- Northshire Brewery, Bennington
- Rock Art Brewery, Morrisville
- Boyden Valley Spirits, Cambridge
- Caledonia Spirits, Hardwick
- Dunc’s Mill, St. Johnsbury
- Green Mountain Distillers, Stowe
- Sapling Liqueur, Brattleboro
- Smugglers’ Notch Distillery, Jeffersonville
- Vermont Spirits Distilling CO, Quechee