At Tipsy Trout, we combine the region's premium seafood with an unmistakably Vermont culinary approach. Our energetic, cocktail-forward and seafood-rich experience features Vermont's best raw bar, shareable apps, coastal-inspired entrees, and a distinctive wine program. Saddle up at the bar and chat with our talented team of mixologists, or settle in to a booth overlooking Mt. Mansfield.BOOK A TABLE
Power up with fresh poke bowls and hearty sandwiches.
Friday and Saturday: 12:00pm-3:00pm
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Come in from the slopes and experience the bounty of the ocean
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Whether you're looking to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or major milestone, or just looking to join the party as we honor the oceans from the base of the mountain, Tipsy Trout is the ideal place to come together for festivities all year long.SPECIAL EVENTS
Spruce Peak is committed to sustainability. We proudly work with both local producers and national distributors that focus on transparent sourcing and sustainable fisheries and farms. Together we aim to protect the health and beauty of our oceans and waterways for generations to come
Our commitment to sourcing and promoting sustainable seafood goes way back. It started with third-generation owner Mike Foley, who dedicated time and resources to understanding the status of stock and the impact of fishing on the marine environment. Today we actively serve on industry panels, using our knowledge about fishery management to steer our customers to well-managed, sustainable species.
For more than three decades we have been supplying some of the finest restaurants and supermarkets throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York State with the highest quality seafood direct from the historic Boston Fish Pier.
BLUE STREAM AQUACULTURE
CHARLESTOWN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
At our New Hampshire farm, we recently completed construction on a state of the art RAS for our fish. A Recirculating Aquaculture System uses efficient filtration systems to take out the waste and reuse the water, massively reducing natural resource consumption.