Jay Village Inn & Restaurant

1078 Vt Rt 242
Jay, 05859
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Wife and I had dinner here while staying up at Jay for the weekend. Their lack of having anything decent open this time of year led us to this great place down the hill. Really should get better about taking pics, but the nacho pic someone took before actually made us try it. We went with the cheese and salsa version. That salsa is one of the best we have ever had. Having spent a majority of my life in so-cal, that's saying something. With that said, we also did the BBQ plate & filet tips. All items were good, in addition to the bread and dipping sauce which I thought was top notch. Great place in the middle of nowhere. Deserves to be busier then it is. So good that we went back for breakfast and had the awesome biscuits and gravy, while the wife had one of the skillets. If you're in the area, go here. You won't be disappointed.
Delicious food, large portions, good atmosphere. Service was also quite good. Nothing bad to say about this place really. I had the ribs and they were delicious. My only comment is that this is definitely more toward the $$$ mark. Most entrees are in the $20-35 especially if you order of the 'specials' menu. If you add a drink per person, tax, and tip, you should probably expect to be closer to $40 per person than $30.
Great place to stop after a day on the slopes. Right down the road from jay peak (across from the gas station)...you'll miss the long lines and high prices that you'll see at the main resort area..food is always cooked to perfection & the service is awesome! Portions are huge, you can split mostly anything on the menu. I recommend the nachos, chicken caesar salad, the BLT, or any of the pizzas...but you really can't go wrong with anything on the menu! ENJOY!

(802) 988-2306

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Pump House at Jay Peak

4850 VT Rt 242
Jay, 05859
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We headed over to Jay Peak with family friends and our hyped up super-excited 6 year old. This would be his first water park experience. We walked in to check it out and whoa - there was no backing out! Super cool view inside with glass windows overlooking the mountains, a bar overlooking the water activities, and a really neat layout to the facility. The slides were the big hit, the green one being the family favorite. Our son had to go down on a double tube with an adult based on his height. That did not take away from the fun at all. Be prepared to climb some stairs for the slides. Stayed around 2 hours or so, long enough to get our money's worth & adequately wear out our son. It was a fun time & we would definitely recommend it! Oh yea- and the place felt clean. Probably enough chlorine in there to kill off those nasty critters you don't really want to think about in public swimming facilities.
This place is great. I come to Jay every weekend in the winter and usually have a good time here. The water slides are thrilling and the Flo Rider is a must try. My only problem is that after about 2-21/2 hours there isn't much left to do.
When you can't count on snow on the slopes, you can count on fun in the Pump House at Jay Peak. The resort built a brand new water park w/ a lazy river, tube slides, kid area, hot tub, surf simulator. For those who don't like the water, there's a snack bar, lofted bar, so you can overlook the fun, and a family arcade. This is kind a year round treat and makes jay a bit more modern. It is usually full of kids, but, better them in the water park than in my way on the slopes. Its only a matter of time before I get clothes lined by a toddler on a ski leash. Right now it's $35 bucks for a day pass if you didn't do any sort of ski and swim package, or stay and swim package. Its really cool to see some alternative recreational activities going on at Jay, especially when global warming is delaying all the pow-pow.

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