Exceptional dining awaits you at Rabbit Hill Inn. We proudly offer a relaxed fine dining experience. Enjoy award-winning, creative, and highly seasonal cuisine in an intimate and romantic setting – special, yet comfortable and unpretentious.
Start your day with a full candlelit breakfast beginning with a cornucopia of fresh-baked treats, fruit, yogurt, our homemade granola, and juices. And yet there’s more… your choice of two hot entrees such as a Breakfast Rueben – fried eggs atop layers of onion rye, sweet kraut, corned beef, and a light Swiss cheese sauce. Or, maybe it’s Corn & Couscous Pancakes with apple relish, house-cured & smoked ham, and of course plenty of Vermont maple syrup.
Delicate house-made pastries await you each afternoon from 2:00 to 5:00. Match that up with a perfect cup of tea or coffee. In warmer months, lemonade or iced tea are offered as well. Remember, all this deliciousness is at no additional charge.
Relax and enjoy the evening with a skillfully crafted cocktail followed by cuisine that is often a work of art. Our culinary team, under the direction of Executive Chef Andrew Hunter, delivers today’s American cuisine, creating frequently changing seasonal and innovative dinner menus that incorporate both classical and new age techniques. Ingredients are sourced locally whenever possible; but we also know that some wonderful components can only be found beyond our state border. By finding that right balance, we present a most memorable dining experience. If culinary travel is your interest, you won’t want to miss dining at Rabbit Hill Inn.
To assure availability, dinner reservations are required and recommended at the same time room reservations are made as seating is limited. We usually are unable to accommodate reservations made after 3pm. Rabbit Hill Inn offers a full bar and a carefully selected wine list to complement our exquisite menu. Dress for dinner is casual with slacks and collared shirt the norm. The dining room is closed Wednesday evenings EXCEPT from mid-September to mid-October, which is our peak fall foliage season.