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Going to Killington for a week in early March, with my wife and daughters ages 6 and 7. Looking for restaurant reccommendations. TIA.

James
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Originally Posted by Surgeon
Going to Killington for a week in early March, with my wife and daughters ages 6 and 7. Looking for restaurant reccommendations. TIA.

James
Peppers. Best food breakfast,lunch or dinner.
Doesn't break the bank either.
Going up the access road ,it's on the left across from Basin Ski shop.
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Rutland

If you feel like going down into Rutland and feel like pizza, definately try Ramuntos on Strongs Ave.
Three Tomatoes is also a great restaurant.
Lots of folks like the Sirloin Saloon.
post #4 of 21
I had this really good Chicken Broccli Alfredo stuff at Charity's last time I was up there. they had good Onion rings too. right on the access road, but then, so is eveything else.
post #5 of 21
Sugar and Spice in Mendon for breakfast.
"The Caboose" for happy hour and free wings. Kids love the train decor.
post #6 of 21
go to the Wobbly Barn. Awesome food. Great steaks, burgers, (i even had some really good fish). And to top it off.....possibly the best soup and salad bars I've ever tasted. I was up there for two nights and actually ate there twice cause it was soo good the first time. Its right on that main road leading to the the parking lots.
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Originally Posted by Predator88
go to the Wobbly Barn. Awesome food. Great steaks, burgers, (i even had some really good fish). And to top it off.....possibly the best soup and salad bars I've ever tasted. I was up there for two nights and actually ate there twice cause it was soo good the first time. Its right on that main road leading to the the parking lots.
Just watch the Wobbly on the nights they have the Pass Card nights where passholders get 1/2 off their entrees - VERY crowded.

Get a (free) Mountain Times - lots of restaurants listed and their specials offered. Not sure if they are still doing it - but they were doing a "Thirsty Thursday" thing at varying restaurants which offered free hors d'oevres, etc...

Check out Ppeppers - they have a special $2 Happy Hour menu from 3-6pm at the bar only. Munchie-appetizer type things - but good size for $2. Their burgers are good too.

Outback Pizza has a pizza buffet for $7 on Monday nights from 5-10pm. I like their pizza myself. And the first hour on Sundays & Tues-Fri is 1/2 off a pie.

I also like JAX - upstairs part of the Scrub A Dub Pub. It's right next to the Pickle Barrel. Food is good - nothing over $8.....Free WIFI and plasma TVs, lounge, etc.....GREAT place - very casual.
post #8 of 21
As some have said already:

1) Peppers for any meal, neat place and real good food
2) Salad/soup bar at Wobbly is good
3) Gotta hit Sugar & Spice for breakfast.

Just be aware, they all get crowded on weekends during peak times.
post #9 of 21
Thread Starter 
Thanks to everyone for all the suggestions. Much appreciated.
post #10 of 21
PEPPERS!! such a great restaurant. THe kids will probably enjoy it because they have this whole track system running around the place filled with oranges, that eventually squeeze the best orange juice around. Its right across from the basin ski shop, and i think a couple stores to the right of darkside snowboards, and another ski shop. (thats where i spoted the jacked smith limo with rails on the roof) :-)
-JMK
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Originally Posted by JM3K3
PEPPERS!! such a great restaurant. THe kids will probably enjoy it because they have this whole track system running around the place filled with oranges, that eventually squeeze the best orange juice around. Its right across from the basin ski shop, and i think a couple stores to the right of darkside snowboards, and another ski shop. (thats where i spoted the jacked smith limo with rails on the roof) :-)
-JMK
It's right next to the one Ski shop with Outback Pizza to it's right, and Darkside to the right of that.....

Awesome place!
post #12 of 21
Yeah i forgot about the pizza place...the access road has tons of great places to stop at....it takes me a little while to get home because i stop at most of the shops to mossy around. : -)
-JMK
post #13 of 21
Ppepers for a casual night, mexican good quesos, etc.

Back-behind at the bottom of the access road on the main road for a fancier, perhaps adult's only night. It's got great steaks.

Outback pizza- not my favorite- pretty basic....
Charities has free awesome wings and a great happy hour apres ski- good scene
If you go to Casey's get the spin artichoke dip with the pita dippers- amazing.

If you guys rented a ski house, one of the best things to do is go to the market and buy some pasta, cook in.

I think WOB is a bit of a rip off unless you are going out that night and want the discount admission... and if you do go, be prepared to wait. and wait. on a fri/sat runs about an hour and a half... I have to deal with that enough in manhattan, shouldn't be faced with that in northcountry!
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by btvski
If you feel like going down into Rutland and feel like pizza, definately try Ramuntos on Strongs Ave.
Three Tomatoes is also a great restaurant.
Lots of folks like the Sirloin Saloon.
Friday night Had a Pizza and anti-pasta delivered to the Hotel room from "A Crust Above". My advice is stick with Ramuntos. Went to Sirloin Saloon Saturday night. It was good, but not a great value, and don't go there hungry as the portions were small.
post #15 of 21

Me Likey.

Chef Claude's Choices.
post #16 of 21
The Fairhaven Inn is great if you're looking for a nice dinner out. They have mostly Greek food.
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What do you guys like as far as Italian Food at Killington? Do the pizza places you mentioned have pasta, meatballs, etc.?
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by mattchuck2
What do you guys like as far as Italian Food at Killington? Do the pizza places you mentioned have pasta, meatballs, etc.?
The Three Tomatoes Trattoria in Rutland has great food. They do have pastas and pizzas.
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Originally Posted by Devils Fiddle
The Three Tomatoes Trattoria in Rutland has great food. They do have pastas and pizzas.
Anyone else with places to eat in Rutland?
Never really think of going there to eat,probably not a bad idea .
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Devils Fiddle
The Three Tomatoes Trattoria in Rutland has great food. They do have pastas and pizzas.
I went there recently and it was good!! I enjoyed it....Little $$$ tho......

I went to Peppino's once a whilte ago and liked it also....
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by loboskis
Anyone else with places to eat in Rutland?
Never really think of going there to eat,probably not a bad idea .
Few good places in Rutland:

1. Sabbys Past House.
2. Boo's Downtown Cafe
(Both good food and atmosphere and not much $ in the downtown area)
3. Countrymans Pleasure if you're looking for some good food and willing to spend a little more $.
(Not downtown and actually just off rte 4 before you get into Rutland)

Agreed on Pepinos, great food up there.
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