Cup N Saucer Restaurant

Dover Rd
Wilmington, 05363
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This is a small diner with a very friendly staff. They have two U shaped counters which is cool at first but gets a little weird when you are staring across at strangers as you eat. Now the food...man I am not a fan of breakfast foods...but I had the best pancakes there. I had raspberry and blueberry pancakes which were perfect. Their bacon was crisp but not burnt and just the way I liked it. When I go back to Mt.Snow this is going to be my go-to for breakfast.
I really love this little nook! Such an adorable breakfast spot located in Wilmington. The breakfast is so so so delicious with some really great options. Just need to consider that you might need to wait a bit for seating. There are two large horse shoe shaped tables where you just seat yourself whenever a spot opens up. I will definitely be back if I'm in the Wilmington area in the future.
Good food and service at a good price in a very cute setting. This is something of a locals place, with most of the skiers and tourist flocking to Dot's but I much prefer it over Dot's. Everyone sits around the outside of a couple of big U shaped counters with the servers working from the inside. The cooks aren't far away and you can watch them work while you eat. I ate at Dot's one Day and here the next and was much happier with the food here. Even something as simple as pancakes were noticeably better here.

(802) 464-5813

Breakfast & Brunch, Delis

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North Star Pizza

179 Vt Rt 100 N
Wilmington, 05363
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The hospitality at this place is beyond excellent. We went for the bowling (they do it old school with the skinny pins). The food is nothing to rant about, but the prices are right.
Great little candle pin bowling alley/pizza place/arcade. This place has it all. They have been there forever, and if you've never been candle pin bowling, its much easier for little kids because the balls are smaller (although, I think knocking down the pins is harder) haha. The bowling is fun, the arcade is great and I enjoy the pizza as well. It is a great place to bring your kids for an afternoon/evening of fun!
Visiting Vermont for spring break with my boyfriend.We felt like pizza and watching a movie so we called North Star, the girl taking our order was extremely rude on the phone and didn't even know how long we had to wait for the pizza to be delivered. We ended up waiting two and a half hours for two small pizza's that costed $36 and tasted like cheap frozen microwave pizza, it was not worth it wait for money at all.

(802) 464-5148

Pizza

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Anchor Seafood Restaurant

8 S Main St
Wilmington, 05363
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Stopped in for lunch and had a wonderful time. Good was great staff was attentive and very friendly. Highly suggest giving this place a try.
Hands down the best meal I've had in forever! Service was warm and friendly, excellent beers on tap (including some local brews), lobster, prime rib, and bleu cheese dressing are noteworthy contenders for any palette with good taste and need for satisfaction. If you can get in (and get the table by the fireplace), I highly recommend u anchor!
I've always loved The Anchor. It's much busier these days than it used to be, and that's a testament to how good the food is. Beware! If you don't make a reservation during busy season you will wait at least an hour for a seat. Just so that's on your radar. Now the food - considering it's not terribly close to the coast the seafood here is spot on. My fiancé loves their clam chowder and the lobster dinner he had the other night looked faboosh. I'm more of a landlubber myself and their chicken and burgers are fantastic, not dry and cooked quite well. Their french fries are killer too - and I'm a serious fry addict. As far as drinks are concerned they have a decent selection of beers on tap and in bottles, standard fare for mixed drinks, and a small selection of wine. Nothing crazy, but just what you're looking for after a day on the slopes (or antiquing!)

(802) 464-2112

Seafood, American (New)

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Wahoo’s

2 Whites Rd
Wilmington, 05363
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We live in the area and Wahoo's is our go-to summer outing for lunch, dinner or ice cream. My new favorite (and new on the employee specials menu) are the Korean BBQ tacos. Delicious!! Wahoo's adds creative menu items each year. This is not your standard roadside burger stand. Try the Bonanza burger!!
Philip sorry about your experience but this place is a winner, esp.. as its in the middle of no where. I had a Mabel patty melt perfectly cooked MR. Excellent fries and ice coffee, I was happy as a man lost in S Vermont. So glad I checked it out on Yelp, a mile down the road. PS the college girls were lovely to me, maybe a tad slow, but the burger was Perfect!
Great little place in the middle of nowhere! $6 cheeseburger , really yummy! Some people said it was pricey but we thought it was worth it :) the blue cheese was really strong....quality blue cheese . We would stop again... If we are ever in Vermont.

(802) 464-0110

Fast Food

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Wahoo’s Eatery

2 Whites Rd
Wilmington, 05363
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Awesome little place for having a burger and shake on a nice summer day. Family friendly and great staff!
Hand cut fries are crispy and delicious. I ordered a black bean quesadilla, which was yummy. Iced coffee was very good. Great little stop in Wilmington!
Ordered the portabella mushroom & chicken wrap. it was marinated in a vinegar/oil base and it was terrible. There were a lot of charcoal black pieces of pepper in the wrap. The wrap fell apart it was so flimsy. The forks were sitting outside in the open air on a table and there was dirt on them and there were flies all around them.

(802) 464-0110

Burgers

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The Roadhouse

4 Old Ark Rd
Wilmington, 05363
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Stumbled upon this place after another place closeby had a substantial wait for breakfast. There was a "Sunday Brunch" sign, so we stopped in. We were seated immediately, and both of us ordered the tomato and cheddar omelet. Ordering an unfamiliar omelet can be a gamble, but this one paid off. It was piping hot, eggs were extremely fluffy, and the cheese was plentiful, gooey, and tasted so fresh. The English muffins were also delicious, and might have been homemade. What a great idea to stop in here on our way home.
We've been coming to the Roadhouse for years. Good, dependable food, and lots of it. They've introduced a "Lite" menu, but their classic includes thick, hearty bread with a huge slab of butter, choice of soups, salad, entree with sides, and then a modest-sized dessert. Even as someone who often over-stuffs, there are times I can't finish everything. I don't drink but people I'm with enjoy their wine and beer selection. They have live (but quiet) music on Friday nights in the bar. Lots of James Taylor. There are seats nearby and at the far end of the restaurant, out of earshot, for those who prefer no music. Nice wait staff. Casual.
No trip to Mount Snow is compete without a visit to The Roadhouse. We've eaten here many times over the past decade or so. This time our party of 15 had dinner on Friday night and they took a reservation which was nice (not all area restaurants do.) Our hostess Pam was lovely and friendly and handed us off to Paula, our server, who was incredibly efficient in single-handedly handling our entire group. The atmosphere is warm and cozy with lots of tchatchkies and antiques; it is a very comfortable and inviting place. Now the food. Their homemade bread is outstanding; you could make a meal out of this and the butter. We were delighted to find a Friday night special of a free plate of peel-and-eat shrimp with each entree. They brought it out for each of us and we went to town. It was a very nice touch! All entrees also come with soup and salad; dessert is an extra $3.95. One of that night's soup selections - the butternut squash and apple soup - was the lowlight of the meal. It was, truth be told, really awful. With 15 of us, we had a good representative sampling of their entrees, most of which were excellent (one did not like their lamb dish - too bland, and one did not fully enjoy their stuffed trout - the skin was left on and the presentation was lacking.) The chicken Celtic is slightly sweet, but very hearty and satisfying. Several loved the steak, scallops and salmon dishes. Overall, The Roadhouse is a terrific and cozy place, a delightful dining experience and a reasonable value. (The bar area is also warm and inviting. They had a guitarist playing while we were there and it was very pleasant.) We will continue to be back to one of our favorite Wilmington spots.

(802) 464-5017

Seafood, American (Traditional)

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Maple Leaf Malt & Brewing

3 N Main St
Wilmington, 05363
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Visited there Saturday, service was prompt and friendly. Nice brew selection. Had Ham Sandwich with melted cheddar, caramelized onions and green apples. Delicious. My wife had the Mussels in curry sauce, also excellent. Definitely return befoe we leave.
You might be on day three of your ski trip, stretching your stamina to its fullest, so you try to take it easy at dinner one night, eat light, order the veggie burger. When it comes out deep fried, you'll smile to yourself, repeat the mantra "you're on vacation", and dive in. And you'll love it. Plenty of beers on tap, sweet potato fries hit the spot, and the BBQ sauce for the wings was surprisingly tangy. All around great place!
I do miss the days when the Maple Leaf was an operating brewery, but the size of the location just didn't work as a brewpub. Tanks were traded for tables when the town voted down a proposed expansion. Luckily the current craft beer selection helps erase my fond memories of the past, and the staff and food keep me coming back. Another downtown Wilmington survivor from the devastating hurricane and flooding of 2011. Bouncing back from such a disaster couldn't be easy, but Margaret (owner) is a strong woman rebuilt with determination. Menu stand outs for me are the Bloody Mary's, their craft beer selection, nachos, and a VT melt with slices of granny smith apples, cheese, onions, and ham, on some fresh baked slices of hearty bread. There are usually 2-3 in house made soups that are perfect after a day on the slopes. Maple Leaf is an interesting place. You can show up and be 1 of 3 people in the entire place, or 1 of 100. Bar and wait staff are great, and true local VT'ers - not winter imports.

(802) 464-9900

American (Traditional), Breweries

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Old Red Mill Inn

18 N Main St
Wilmington, 05363
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If you're looking for old Vermont charm this place is for you. Lobby and restaurant are charming(wish the owner would make the fire bigger and kept it alive during the evening, it was on the small side if it was there in the first place) Rooms are really small and bathrooms even smaller lol bring ear plugs as the walls are paper thin. Overall we knew what we where getting in to and enjoyed our stay. Restaurant is great food was delicious, prime rib was good and portions where huge.
After years and years of skiing at Mount Snow and staying at places all over the area I finally have a place to call home. The price for a clean and well appointed room is more than fair. I had to do a double take when I paid for my first stay because the value was incredible. You just can't stay anywhere else at these fair prices! The service of Janet and her staff are unparalleled. I had some friends coming in to meet me the second day of my most recent stay and Janet was very helpful in making sure that we were all able to be accommodated. The restaurant located at the Red Mill is just perfect. Be ready to walk out with a full belly of great food and craft beer! Spend some apres ski time chatting up the friendly bartender and nice clientele at the cozy bar in the restaurant. Need a change of pace? The Old Red Mill is a 30 second walk into the charming town of Wilmington. Bars, restaurants, pizza and live music are all within a very short walk. Have a few responsible cocktails in town and not worry about the drive back! In a nutshell: Are looking for a cozy, economical and friendly hotel, with a great bar and restaurant within walking distance of all that Southern Vermont has to offer? Look no further than the Old Red Mill. Oh and I almost forgot to mention that you can be at the mountain from the Old Red Mill in 15 minutes...you just cant beat it!
This is actually a two-part review; I stayed here AND dined here (for lunch and dinner on two separate days) and if one was to halve my review, both the accommodations and dining would get four stars -- and I'll explain why. Firstly, the dining, which I presume is why you're reading this. Dependent on the season, the service is primarily inside (which you can't miss if you walk into the Old Red Mill from the main entrance) or at Jerry's Deck, which is connected and located "next door," and has a separate entrance from the Inn itself. We were here for the Tough Mudder 2013, and expected the place to be fairly busy. The first day, I spent time at the bar on the deck, and had a burger with chips. It was a perfectly done burger. This may not seem like a big deal, but places mess up temperatures on burgers. Mine was a perfect medium with Vermont cheddar. They had four beers on draft (three local micros and Shock Top) and the locals were all great beers. The service was at the bar, and given that there were only a few tables of people (this was around noonish), food came at a good pace. No complaints. The second day, a friend and I came in for an early dinner around 4pm, and the deck was hopping. All tables save for a couple were full, the bar was full, and everyone was eating and seemed happy. (Not like I was listening in, but as a server, I feel I can spot a p.o.'ed table of customers.) We started off with a half-pound of peel & eat shrimp (which were spot on) and then for the main course, he had the 12 oz. strip and I had the grilled lobster. Both were great. I've read reviews complaining about food being slow. There were three servers on, I believe (maybe four) and folks were ordering and eating the whole time. Those servers were MOVING. Ours was nice enough to let us know, post-shrimp app, that our entrees would be coming in a little bit. That's cool by me -- at least she let me know. It wasn't a long wait (I mean, yeah, we were hungry, but we just finished a Tough Mudder a couple of hours ago) and you can't fault a busy place for BEING BUSY. Sometimes issues come up, and as long as it's conveyed that you're still on the radar, that's good enough for me. Bottom line: everything was excellent, and I'd eat here again. Now, the accommodations. You should know that the place made Yankee Magazine's "Best Bargain" two years in a row. The rooms are cheap, and they're not big. If you're looking for spacious, look elsewhere. This does not make them bad rooms, though! They're small, cozy, and clean. The walls ARE a bit on the thin side, but as we stayed there, most guests were cognizant of others and weren't loud (save for a couple, but I should have brought earplugs). Really, it's a great place to stay, and we had no issues with parking, linens, water pressure, nothing. It was fine. The Inn does NOT have 24-hour staffing, so make note of that if you think you might have some sort of late-night issue. You can call the owner (his number is located at the front desk) but I can't quite imagine what sort of issue you'd have. Overall, worth the visit/stay!

(802) 464-3700

Italian

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Wilmington Inn

RR 9
Wilmington, 05363
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We stayed here for two nights in mid-October. It is a beautiful inn and the room was huge! The bed was so comfortable and there was a whirlpool tub. The innkeepers are so nice and clearly invested in the community. The food (breakfast for inn guests and dinner for everyone) was AMAZING. It's all farm-fresh and local, and the prices were reasonable for the quality of the food! Everyone on staff is friendly and the live music on Friday night was great! I would definitely recommend this inn and tavern to anyone. The only downside was the fact that the town is definitely still suffering from the hurricane. Most of the stores and restaurants were closed, but there were a few good places to eat still, and there are other towns that weren't as hard hit as Wilmington within a thirty minute drive or so.
Do not have attempt to have dinner here on a holiday unless you want to spend hours. We made the mistake of giving them another chance and it was a disaster. We waited forever for each (tiny) course. I don't mind a leisurely fine dining experience but not four hours. We rarely saw the waitress and as usual when we did she always looked flustered. We should have been comped for our wine at the very least.--especially since we drank a lot more that we would have if the food had come at a normal pace. And nobody ever said they were SORRY. The bill was ridiculous. A bad experience.
Stayed at the hotel this weekend using a buywithme coupon. We had an excellent stay! We stayed in the Deerfield room which had a wonderful whirlpool tub, a very comfortable bed, and lots of natural light. The breakfast each morning was superb. You could definitely tell that there were high quality ingredients used, many of which are sourced locally. I would definitely suggest the frittata - complete in a cast-iron skillet. I also had the french toast, which was excellent but I liked the frittata better. We had a dinner included, which was quite the treat. They had a wonderful mussels appetizer in a tomato cream sauce that was to die for. The chips w/blue cheese and rosemary were also a highlight. Prices were quite fair considering the quality of the ingredients and portion size. The wait staff was quite attentive and knowledgeable. I will definitely return, particularly to add to the dinner rotation during ski season. The inn is located near the center of Wilmington in walking distance. Unfortunately, many businesses are still closed at this time, but this is a wonderful example of a business in Wilmington that should not be overlooked.

(802) 464-3768

Bed & Breakfast

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Mount Snow Ski Area

Mount Snow Country C
Wilmington, 05363
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Very disappointed that they are not opened until Memorial Day. WAs looking forward to riding the gondolas on the slopes. Wonder what discovery zone is. Nice drive to get here though!

(802) 464-3333

Restaurants, Ski Resorts

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