2187 Depot Street
Manchester, VT 05255
Phone: (802) 362-3333
Fax: (802) 362-3444
Bistro Henry brings refreshing flavors from the Mediterranean to the quiet Manchester Center of Vermont. Bistro Henry is managed by restaurateurs Diana and Henry Bronson, who have been in the culinary business for more than 20 years. At this cozy bistro guests can savor the delicious preparations created by the Bronsons, that have won them various accolades. Complete your meal with Diana's renowned hot fudge. Sundays, the best time to drop in at this bistro, is when Henry barbecues some delectable meat, slowly smoked to perfection. After a relishing dinner, enjoy a relaxing stroll in the lush green neighborhood.
For some homestyle Yankee cooking in the Manchester region, stop by Ye Olde Tavern on Main Street. It is definitely "olde," built in 1790 as originally called the Stagecoach Inn. Nowadays, you can taste and feel as though you are transported back to an earlier time. Tuck into some delicious New England favorites, such as Pot Roast, Cidered Chicken, Chicken Pot Pie and Roast Turkey, or if you are feeling adventuresome King Crab Legs, Ostrich or Filet Mignon might be more tempting. All meals are served with delicious, warm cranberry fritters with maple butter, green salad, whole wheat bread and vegetables. Pair your meal with a glass of wine from their refined wine list or a creative and delicious cocktail.
Nestled in the lush greens of the quiet Manchester Village, Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant takes pride in its cozy accommodation facilities and tantalizing fares. Guests can choose from three options within the inn to enjoy their evenings. A fine dining experience at The Restaurant, a vibrant time at The Panther Pub or a casual relaxing time at The Terrace. Relish the alluring flavors of the meat, poultry and seafood cooked to perfection by the expert chef. Savor your meal in the chic ambiance of the restaurant that has won the Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator for five consecutive years. So even if you are not staying at the inn, do visit the restaurant for a fabulous dinner.
Marsh Tavern, which is constituted within the Equinox Resort and Spa, is a historical structure that was constructed in the 1700s, even before the resort was established. Guests can relish the traditional Vermont fare of seafood, chicken and meat. Those who would like to enjoy some cocktails or wine while taking in the pretty landscape, can do so while relaxing in their outdoor seating. If you are visiting the city and want want to relish a delectable fare, drop in at the Marsh Tavern for lunch, dinner or a few drinks.
The Swiss Inn, that has been standing since the late 19th Century, has been managed by the Donahues since 1991. The restaurant offers a tantalizing fare of Swiss and German cuisine. Gorge on tantalizing dishes of Geschnetzeltes, Weiner Schnitzel and Beef Stroganov. Those with a lesser appetite can call for a smaller portion and enjoy it at cheaper rates. You can also visit this place in the mornings for a sumptuous Swiss breakfast, and if you are a guest at this inn, you can enjoy from their breakfast menu for free. Nestled in the Hapgood State Forest, this restaurant offers beautiful views of snow-capped greens in winters, and lush forests in summers.
Nestled in the Hermitage a romantic getaway, the restaurant offers its guests a luxurious dining experience. The esteemed executive chef Paul Eschbach, fuses together flavors from around the globe creating delectable dishes. The food is made from high quality, locally sourced ingredients. Relax and savor your meal as the amicable staff cater to your every need. If you want a break from this formal atmosphere and would like to let your hair down, head over to the pub to revel in an energetic ambiance.
A tavern from the 1800s, 1846 Tavern & Restaurant offers guests a fine dining experience in its elegant wood furnished interiors. Located within the West Dover Inn, this restaurant offers its patrons meals made from fresh locally sourced ingredients. On weekend mornings they open their doors to guests, offering them a delicious breakfast. Thursday to Saturday evenings are the best time to drop in at the restaurant, when you will be enthralled by a live performance as you dine and wine.
Visitors to Bennington (or most of Vermont for that matter) will undoubtedly be pleasantly surprised to see a good, old fashioned British fish and chip shop (chippy) on North Street. Whether you are a homesick Brit, native Vermonter or leafer, you will certainly enjoy this alternative to fast food chains (not that there are many of those in the area). The specialties here are the British-style fish and chips, sausage rolls, bangers and mash, meat pies and burgers. When you are done with your impressive fish fry, you can pick up some expat provisions, such as Hob Nobs, Cadbury and Mars chocolates, HP sauce, Irn-Bru and Heinz baked beans.