Stowe Inn Stowe VT
The River House Restaurant provides a unique culinary experience with “sustainable farm to table” dishes served fresh daily. The quality menu can only be matched by the first-class customer service and relaxing, friendly atmosphere.
Located inside the historic Stowe Inn, the River House is a convenient stop for travelers, visitors, and Vermont residents to quench their thirst and satisfy their taste buds.
Whether you are looking for a casual dinner for two, a glass of wine and an appetizer, or a full three-course meal, the River House Restaurant offers the delicious dining experience you’ve been looking for.
Make a reservation today by calling 802-253-4030 or call toll-free at 800-546-4030.
A Note About “Grants” Bar
The 35-foot-long antique mahogany bar that gracefully wraps around the River House’s north wall was originally located near “Grant’s Tomb” in New York City.
Legend has it that it was originally a stand up Irish bar built in approximately 1907. We have chosen to honor U.S. Grant, America’s greatest General, past President, and avid whisky drinker as he was entombed adjacent to this historic bar.
It was found in an old warehouse basement on Harlem’s 131st Street, highly distressed and in numerous pieces. It was carried back to the Stowe Inn & The River House Restaurant, where it was then carefully restored and installed by local craftsmen, Dan Moody, Dave King and Brian O’Toole in 2003.
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Skiing: Which is better, Stowe or Sugarbush, VT? - Quora
Both are good. Vermont is a great place anyway. Anywhere would be nice.