Where to Eat
Listings from September /October 2010
Jewel of India
Hanover’s oldest Indian Restaurant. Featuring Northern Indian Cuisine from curries, tandoor dishes, vegetarian selections, beverages and desserts. Seasonings range from mild to fiery hot. Try our wonderful breads and refreshing yogurt drinks. Open lunch and dinner, 27 Lebanon Street, Hanover. (603) 643-2217.
Located in the historic district of Strafford, Vermont, this 1815 building houses the small restaurant known for its comfortable charm, exceptional food and spectacular gardens. 25 minutes from Dartmouth. Open year-round serving dinner Thursday through Sunday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations requested. (802) 765-4301.
Carpenter & Main
Chef/Owner Bruce MacLeod ’84 has cooked in San Francisco, South Carolina and Virginia, but his loyalties lie here in Vermont. Carpenter & Main features carefully prepared local ingredients in the French tradition. From pâtés, soups and ice creams to hand-cut French fries, grass-fed Vermont beef and soufflés, all offerings are made in house. Two intimate dining rooms provide elegant dining, and a lively tavern features casual offerings and a fully appointed bar. Dinner is served Thursday through Monday evenings: Tavern 5:30-10 p.m.; Dining Rooms, 6-9 p.m.; closed Tuesday and Wednesday. 326 Main Street, Norwich, VT 05055; (802) 649-2922.
The Canoe Club
An inventive menu featuring local produce, farmstead cheeses and organic meats. A rustic yet stylish dining room with unusual Dartmouth ephemera. 24 draft beers on tap, plus an excellent selection of wines and single malts. Open for Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Menu and Live Entertainment–363 days/year. 27 S. Main St. between the Dartmouth Co-op & Bookstore. (603) 643-9660. www.canoeclub.us.
The Woodstock Inn and Resort
The culinary tradition of American cuisine combined with the crisp freshness of locally grown ingredients makes dining at the Woodstock Inn & Resort a truly American epicurean experience. Visit www.woodstockinn.com or call (800) 448-7900.
The Quechee Inn at Marshand Farm
Each night, just 12 minutes from Hanover, our chefs awaken palates to some of the finest cuisine in New England. Menus available online at www.quecheeinn.com. Reservations preferred, (802) 295-3133. Tented Wedding, Reunion and Meeting Specialists.
The Dowds' Country Inn
The Dowds’ Country Inn caters to wedding receptions, class reunions, conferences, family gatherings and more.The Inn’s two dining rooms can accommodate groups from three to 250, indoors or out. Innkeeper Tami Dowd personally works on each event to ensure a perfect outcome.(603) 795-4712; (800) 482-4712; www.dowdscountryinn.com.
Home Hill Inn
Home Hill’s dining room features dramatic floor-to-ceiling French doors, elegant country furnishings and an inviting atmosphere for unforgettable dining. Our cuisine represents the best local ingredients, presented in traditional bistro style. Dinner served Wednesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday Brunch from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. A short drive from Hanover. Plainfield, NH. (603) 675-6165. www.homehillinn.com.
Ramunto’s Brick & Brew
Hanover’s only real New York pizza, featuring traditional, Sicilian and brick oven specialty pizzas, salads, subs, calzones, the biggest beer in town and much more. Casual atmosphere, deliveries. Open ’til midnight 7 days. 9 East South Street, Hanover. (603) 643-9500.
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