Stowe has so much to do and see, from hiking and skiing the nearby mountains to exploring the quaint shops and boutiques downtown. You'll love spending time in the mountains, with our boutique Stowe hotel Field Guide as your cozy home base. Whether you're out in town or adventuring outdoors for the day, you'll want to enjoy one of the best lunches in Stowe. Here are our three recommendations for the best lunch in Stowe, for the next time you're on a lark to this New England ski village.
This Stowe brewery is conveniently located near Field Guide and Stowe Mountain Resort, so it's a great place to enjoy lunch if you're out skiing or hiking. With a variety of in-house brewed hoppy ales and German-style lagers, you're sure to find a beer style you like. The lunch menu features hearty dishes like truffle mac and cheese and house-smoked BBQ ribs, but also lighter fare like salads and wraps. With a cozy fireplace and large bar, Idletyme is a popular lunch spot in Stowe.
It's not flashy, but this downtown café serves up a solid lunch menu of soups, salads, and wraps. Like most food in Stowe, there's a great selection of housemade and locally-sourced products. Try the soup and sandwich combo for a filling and warming lunch in Stowe. And don't forget to grab a treat from the bakery case for later.
Looking for a healthy lunch in Stowe? This café uses local and organic ingredients for its menu of sandwiches, wraps, and salads. We love the menu's variety, from gyros and carnitas to tofu and hummus wraps. With an espresso and juice bar and a bakery, you're sure to find all the fuel you need here for another lovely afternoon spent exploring Stowe.