Killington Restaurant Week in full swingSeptember 14,2012Restaurant Week
is on in Killington
KILLINGTON — The first-ever Restaurant Week is in full swing on the mountain and runs through Sunday.
More than 10 restaurants are featuring three- or four-course “prix fixe” or fixed price menus priced at $20 or $30.
Menu items range from butternut squash and apple soup with an apple cider glaze at the Birch Ridge Inn, to Canadian salmon drizzled with maple chipotle barbecue sauce at the Grist Mill, to Vermont summer berry shortcake at Ovations.
According to the town’s Economic Development and Tourism Department, this is a rare opportunity for guests to try the best of Killington’s offerings at prices they won’t find any other time of the year.
Participating restaurants include The Birch Ridge Inn, Casey’s Caboose, Charity’s Saloon, Choices Restaurant, The Grist Mill Restaurant, McGrath’s Irish Pub at the Inn at Long Trail, Ovations Restaurant at the Killington Grand Hotel, Liquid Art Coffeehouse, Lookout Tavern, Outback Pizza, Peppino’s Italian Restaurant, and Slopeside Bar and Grill at Mountain Green.
Beverages, tax and gratuity are not included in the fixed-price costs.
Reservations are recommended.
Visit DiscoverKillington.com to view the full menus, contact information and more.
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