Dining at Spruce Peak will immerse you in the farm-fresh culinary scene of Stowe, a harkening back to our farming roots. Whether it's a cozy breakfast overlooking the slopes, a quick bite between runs or an indulgent candlelit dinner in our signature venue, we're passionate about delivering delicious, authentic dining experiences that reflect the rustic charm and natural beauty of Vermont's Green Mountains. Join our chefs for special interactive culinary events, where locally sourced artistry fills you with food and fun.
At Alpine Hall we celebrate Vermont mountain culture by bringing the work of our region’s best growers, farmers, makers and artisans to our family tables and grand bar. Chef Sean Blomgren has crafted a simple, yet highly elevated menu that combines the best ingredients and a hand-crafted ethos.
Hours Open Daily:
THE PANTRY & Beanery
Perfect for a nourishing breakfast on the go, or a relaxing cup of hot chocolate after a day on the slopes, The Pantry & Beanery serves up an array of hot and iced espresso drinks, fresh baked goods, and grab-n-go meals. Guests can shop for all their culinary needs from a wide selection of grocery items, Vermont craft brews, and a curated selection of wines. Our philosophy focuses on retailing locally sourced foods with clean ingredients.
The Pantry: Open Daily 10:00am-5:00pm
Beanery Cafe: Open Daily 7:00am-2:00pm
Winter Hours to start December 17th.
Treat yourself to some authentic Vermont après-ski dining! The WhistlePig Pavilion brings all the old favorites again this year, including fire-baked raclette cheese and inspired WhistlePig Rye Whiskey cocktails
Friday & Saturday: 12:00pm-9:00pm
Warm up with a unique private, outdoor dining experience. The WhistlePig Pergolas sit opposite of the Pavilion, overlooking the slopes and the ice rink. Offering unique food offerings and beverage service, these heated pergolas are an après experience not to be missed.
$180 prepaid for 90-minutes - Reservations Available during regular Pavilion operating hours starting November 18, 2023
Power up with the ultimate grab-n-go Japanese food. Located next to the Spruce Peak Ice Rink, Miso Toh Kome serves up onigiri (rice balls), miso soup, and Japanese coffee and tea.
Featuring gooey s'mores made to order, hot cocoa, and other warm and toasty alpine fare, stop by La Shack behind the Village Pergolas.
The Upper Lobby Bar
Cozy up with a craft brew or hot cocoa by the grand fireplace in our Upper Lobby.
The Upper Lobby Bar will reopen for winter on December 15, 2023. Operations subject to occupancy levels.
The village of Stowe and surrounding areas offers countless dining options, from casual sandwich shops to elegant full course dinner service.
For recommendations, ask our concierge team. Please note, many restaurants in town will require reservations to guarantee availability during peak times.