Nobody can predict when a craving will strike. Luckily for diners at Rooster's Bistro, owner Corinne Allen serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner all day, no matter the time. Guests can start or end their days with thick french toast with real maple syrup or an over-stuffed omelet loaded with such ingredients as corned-beef hash or chili and cheese. Paninis and stacked sandwiches hide thick slices of turkey and ham, and dinner entrees, such as jumbo ravioli or smothered steak tips, provide a hearty plate of comforting flavors. Live music floats through the establishment every Friday night, and stillness falls upon Rooster's Bistro every Monday when the restaurant is closed and placed in cryogenic stasis for freshness.
In 1949, Stanley Durmas and Charles Skiathitis decided to go the drive-in route and serve diners curbside for their restaurant. In keeping with the era, they also named their eatery after the popular tune "I'm Looking for a Four Leaf Clover." Twenty years passed before Charles's son Paul plucked up the Four Leaf Clover, transforming the modest 20-seat dive into a fully fledged restaurant. Today, the restaurant is 175 seats strong and helmed by owners Mark and Linda Snow, who have fine-tuned the kitchen's continental pub menu and modernized the business by bottling the original founder's signature barbecue sauce. Kitchen doors open to reveal servers, their arms stacked with juicy steaks, signature baked haddock, and hearty sandwiches lined with thin-sliced turkey and slow-cooked corned-beef brisket. While perusing the eatery's many wine, scotch, and signature-cocktail options, diners scan historical photos set warmly against barside exposed brick. Diners can also enjoy 5-ounce burgers in the separate Falls River dining room, which boasts wooden rafters, booths, tables, and human servers, which are far more functional than the outdated wooden ones.
The Pizza is newly owned since December of 2010! Stop by and see the changes we've made! From the checkerboard glass tables to the bight sunflowers and the delightful music, this pizzeria will be a whole new experience and as always the food is fresh and delicious and the prices are the best around!
Burrito Rojo, a Latin-style eatery, boasts a menu brimming with slow-cooked, hand-pulled meats, fresh salads, and made-to-order burritos seared to a crispy, golden-brown finish. Wrap your taste buds around a hulking salsa verde carnitas burrito, fortified with tender tidbits of pulled pork, leafy romaine lettuce strips, black beans, jack cheese, and zesty verde salsa ($6.99). Diners of the herbaceous persuasion can munch on a medley of meatless options, including avocado tacos—a duo of cilantro, tomato, and avocado-stuffed tortillas adorned with creamy jalapeño pepper sauce ($6.49). Diners can also cool spice-laden tongues by subtly face planting into a bowl of chilled sour cream.
Located in the center of southern Vermont at the edge of the Green Mountains, West Dover is the commercial hub of the larger Dover community, dotted with quaint eateries and boutiques. Mount Snow, a four-season resort located 3 miles from the hotel, draws the most visitors to the area, with skiing in the winter and golfing in the spring and summer. A round at Mount Snow Golf Club guides golfers through the countryside’s oak and sugar-maple trees and past picture-perfect views of the Green Mountains. Starting Memorial Day weekend, the resort opens 35 miles of single-track trails for mountain biking, accessed via an express chairlift. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Housed in a painstakingly renovated and beautifully expanded barn, the Inn at Sawmill Farm weds mountainous terrain and vistas with charming accommodations. Rooms within the main house (up to a $285 value) cradle guests in cozy splendor with plush comforters, colorful décor, flat-screen TVs, and private baths for uninterrupted practice of cetacean sign language. Certain deluxe rooms proffer a jetted tub to run stress tests on rubber duckies, and others feature private sitting areas or balconies on which to sip a luxurious libation while conducting heated conversations with mountains. Drawing from a seasonal list, the staff will recommend a bottle of wine or champagne (a $20 value), which can be enjoyed privately, or amid a roaring fireplace and new acquaintances in the common living room.