Rabbit Hill Inn Restaurant makes the cut as one of the best restaurants in North America according to AAA.
Rabbit Hill Inn is thrilled to be one of only 5 restaurants in Vermont awarded the AAA Four Diamond status. And to make it sweeter, it is also noted “Best of Romantic Restaurants”.
The Four Diamond streak continues for Rabbit Hill Inn — 28 years in a row. But competition has grown as well. Of almost 32,000 AAA Inspected & Approved restaurants, only 2.1% (656 restaurants) throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean received the Four Diamond Rating. The announcement described these restaurants as offering “a distinctive fine-dining experience, employing creative preparations that are skillfully served amid upscale ambiance.”
Chefs Andrew Hunter, Joseph Ganley, and Phyllis Grech, proudly present inspired, creative, and frequently changing menus showcasing the finest seasonal, locally sourced ingredients as much as possible. Offerings are unique, yet not intimidating. There are plenty of delicious options for the adventurous palette as well as the more traditional palette. And the a la carte menu design allows guests flexibility to enjoy dinner as they desire.
The restaurant is casual, comfortable, upscale, and so romantic – but never pretentious. We are truly grateful to our amazing chef team and service staff for consistently providing an outstanding dining experience to every guest, every day.
Imagine, one of Vermont’s best restaurants is tucked away in the tiny village of Lower Waterford. Rabbit Hill Inn has also been noted as a “bucket list restaurant” by the Burlington Free Press.
And this is why we say the “Rabbit Hill Inn is a deliciously romantic Vermont experience.” One thing that could make your evening even more memorable is to stay the night in one of the inn’s beautiful guest rooms!
Due to the intimate size of the dining room, reservations are required. Restaurant is closed on Wednesdays.