2019 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 62 – CENTRAL VERMONT rEstAurAnt / Dining Lareau Farm Inn & American Flatbread, Waitsfield Welcome to Lareau Farmhome of the Lareau Farm Inn and the original American Flatbread restaurant. Situated on 25 acres along Rte. 100, this historic farm landscape, is the perfect stop onway to and fromBen& Jerry’s, Cabot Annex or Cold HollowCiderMill. Groups canenjoy lunchor dinner in theBarnpavilion featuringawood-firedoven. Our VTCountryPicnic features locally grown salad, VTartisancheese, delicious breadbaked in thewood-firedovenand homemadebrownies, cookies or pies. Enjoy gardens,wooded trails and river vistas of theMadRiver. Experience the craftsmanship of a Vermont 1800’s dairy barn during the Vermont Festival of the Arts, August 1st - Labor Day; the GreenMountainWatercolor Exhibition – an event exclusive in NewEngland; and August 1st - Sept 4th is the Big Red Barn Art show. Howabout cookingwith us! We love toworkwith groups on the essentials of preparing good food. Experiencemaking bread in awood fired oven or making raspberry vinegar with freshly picked raspberries or learn how to perfect your vinaigrette. Dates of Operation: Restaurant and Inn: Year-round. Dinner Thursday through Sunday open to the public. Lunch or group tours available by special arrangement. Group Policy and Rates: Group menus available. Call for details. Contact: Helen Borelli, Events Manager and Innkeeper 48 Lareau Rd (on Rte 100), Waitsfield, VT 05673 • 802-496-6708 events@americanflatbread.com • www.lareaufarminn.com www.americanflatbread.com  rEstAurAnt / Dining The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm Quechee Wide pine floors hold the mystery of centuries of footsteps that have come before you… Built in 1793, the Inn was originally the home of Colonel Joseph Marsh, Vermont’s first lieutenant Governor. Graceful gardens, Queen Anne furnishings and period antiques adorn the 22 guest rooms and three suites, dining room and common areas offering your group an extraordinary destination for a wonderful dining experience; or lodging for a small group. Each room and nuance of the inn has its own unique story to tell. Multi-paned windows offer stunning views out toward Dewey’s Mill Pond, the Ottauquechee River, and the majestic spruce and hardwood trees that tower over the property. In the morning our guests enjoy a full country style breakfast before heading to their next adventure. And in the afternoon, our guests enjoy fresh baked cookies and refreshments and in colder months, the wood burning fireplace in our common room. Our Chefs will dazzle the palates of your group with some of the finest cuisine in New England, made from fresh Vermont products. Local Attractions: Simon Pearce, VINS, The Quechee Gorge Village, King Arthur Flour. The Quechee Inn is conveniently located 1.5 miles off of I-89 and is only 5 miles from I-91. Dates of Operation: Year-round. Group Policy and Rates: Tours always welcome, please call our sales office for details, menus and reservations. Group dining for lunch or dinner or lodging for your small group. Contact: The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm, 1119 Quechee Main Street, Quechee, VT 05059 • 800-235-3133 info@quecheeinn.com • www.quecheeinn.com 