If you’re looking for a one-stop shop where you can eat great food, experience local charm and buy authentic maple syrup to take home, Sugar and Spice is a must-do on your Killington list.
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When in Vermont, do as the Vermonters do. You may have come to the North in search of ice, but while you’re here, may we humbly suggest you try the ice cream.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of visiting a true Irish pub – you know, like, IN IRELAND – pop into McGrath’s Irish Pub in Killington Vermont during your stay, and you’ll feel like you have.
Where “everything served is art.”
Just ask Beth Weinberg Sarandrea, who, along with husband Jimi, opened the specialty coffee and cocktail restaurant and gallery in the winter of 2010.
Steve Lulek says the story of his guide business Vermont Adventure Tours is a classic one – but with a few twists and turns that make it uniquely his.
That’s right. 5,000 pounds of hot glass. 2,100 degrees. ONE COOL SPOT.
Welcome to Simon Pearce Mill and Restaurant, where we met Claire and Nate.
With a tagline like “Shop. Eat. Be Entertained,” you can pretty much guess what you’re in for when you make the short drive to Downtown Rutland, VT.
Back in the day, as they say, Vermont was home to some of the most fertile farmland in the country. If you want to hear about it until the cows come home, we’ve got the place for you.
Any restaurant named after the pungent little pod that flavors any savory dish worth its salt – we figure that place must be good. The Garlic Vermont in Killington, VT does not disappoint.