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Whip Bar & Grill in Stowe Will Enthrall Your Palate

If you’re looking for a tasty meal in Stowe, Whip Bar & Grill should be your destination.

There are made-from-scratch offerings and dishes using products local to Vermont, along with farm fresh ingredients. Visit for delectable dining served up in a casual atmosphere. Among the restaurants in Stowe, it’s one of the best.

Take a look at some of the menu options for yourself, and see if you can keep from drooling!

Delicious Dining in Stowe: What’s on the Menu

1. Brunch

Whip-bar-grillBrunch specialties include lunch selections as well as fabulous breakfasts. Try the classic French Toast made with homemade, fresh-from-the-bakery honey oat bread and served with Vermont maple syrup, one of the fluffy omelets, or try a specialty like Eggs Oscar (pan-fried crab cakes with poached eggs and hollandaise).

2. Lunch

For lunch, try the homemade New England clam chowder, which has been one of our specialties for over 30 years. You can also get a sandwich or burger with all the trimmings, like the Green Mountain Club, piled high with roasted turkey breast, Black Forest ham, sharp cheddar, applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo. There’s also fresh salads, warm pastas, and more.

3. Dinner

For dinner, try a tasty entrée like the peppercorn-encrusted Steak Au Poivre, the prosciutto-wrapped chicken breast with sun-dried tomato cream, or the grilled rack of lamb with a herb Dijon crust.

4. Desserts

Finish off your meal with one of our decadent desserts, like our signature and sinful Sac de Bon Bon – a chocolate “bag” filled with chocolate mousse and served with different dessert sauces – or the maple crème brulee, a classic treat with a Vermont twist.

Make your dinner reservation today for dining in Stowe at Green Mountain Inn to see (and taste!) for yourself. Your taste buds and stomach will thank you.

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