The dining room at Rabbit Hill Inn has long been proud to offer some of the finest dining experiences in all of Vermont and New England. The setting is romantic with flickering candles and soft lighting and music; the service is personal, precise, and totally unpretentious; and the food… sophisticated cuisine presented with an artist’s eye. Please be sure to join us for dinner when staying at Rabbit Hill Inn. Or if nearby, please call to check for availability to celebrate a special evening.
*** Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions and physical distancing requirements, seating may be limited and our menu may change without notice. Our most up to date menu can be found here.
house made ‘nduja / corn emulsion / house “picklies” / espelette / tarragon –13
House Made Bratwurst
cherries / pickled onion / beer mustard –14
Small Axe Farm Greens
compressed melon / goat cheese / marcona almond / sherry vinaigrette –11
This Evening’s Soup
highlighting seasonal ingredients –9
48-Hour Beef Short Rib
potatoes Boulangere / haricots verts / peppercorn butter / red wine jus –38
Thai curry broth / carrot / bok choy / potato / radish –36
Fennel-Rubbed Pork Loin
creamy grits / smoky tomato jus / chard / blistered tomato –28
Ricotta Anolini Pasta
summer squash / eggplant / bell pepper / parmesan / pomodoro sauce –26
dark chocolate cake / chocolate wafer / whipped cream / tomatillo orange sauce / habanero –10
Vanilla Panna Cotta
red wine blueberry sauce / white chocolate –9
Rhubarb Custard Pie
chantilly cream / strawberry pineapple concasse / white chocolate crumble –9
Ice Cream Trio
choice of three house-made flavors –8
As a convenience to our overnight house guests only, a 20% dinner/bar service charge is automatically added in lieu of tipping.
Reservations required and recommended prior to 3:00 pm by calling 802-748-5168.
Please make dinner reservations at the same time you make room reservations to insure your place in the dining room. We usually are unable to accommodate reservations made after 3 pm. Rabbit Hill Inn offers a full bar and a carefully selected wine list to complement our exquisite menu. Dress for dinner is casual with the norm being slacks and collared shirt for men and similar attire for ladies.
The dining room is closed Wednesday nights EXCEPT from mid-September to mid-October.
Andrew Hunter – Executive Chef
Joseph Ganley – Sous Chef
Phyllis Grech – Pastry Chef