Updates to Our Dining Experience
Here at The Pitcher Inn, we’re excited to announce significant updates to our fine-dining restaurant, 275 Main, which alongside the intimate Tracks tavern provides our guests with fabulous farm-to-table fare. The updates we’ve made to our main dining room are the most significant since the inn opened some 20 years ago, and we love the results—and we have a feeling you’re going to love them, too!
Overall, we’ve made the restaurant a bit more casual and intimate in ambiance, which we believe makes it more inviting than ever.
A New Menu
The first change to the dining room, however, had to do with the culinary offerings, which we made over earlier this year with our new Chef de Cuisine Michael Bove. Now the restaurant shares the same common menu, spotlighting brand-new dishes that nonetheless very much continue the farm-to-table approach that’s long made The Pitcher Inn a destination for exquisite Vermont dining.
From an appetizer of Cumin Roasted Heirloom Carrots or Massachusetts Oysters in Pickled Pine to luscious Ricotta-filled Gnocchi with Tomato Fondue and Basil, or Duck Breast presented with Sweet Potato, Port, and Chervil, and the to-die-for Brisket Burger, the new Pitcher Inn menu is something to celebrate!
A New Look & Feel
If you’ve dined with us at 275 Main before, you’ll be amazed by the work we did during our May closure. The off-white walls of old now wear an enticing charcoal coat of paint, heightening the restaurant’s coziness and romance quotient. Gone are the white-linen tablecloths, replaced by warmer cherry tabletops. And the refinished wooden floors seem like new.
At the front of the dining room, meanwhile, where patrons can look out over Main Street and the Warren Store, we’ve completely redone the space for a more casual, Tracks-like setup: a new Chesterfield leather couch, club chairs, and a low-slung table for long, lazy, convivial evenings.
Come Experience the New Incarnation of Dining at The Pitcher Inn
Our restaurant has always been a wonderful place to savor the seasonal bounty of Vermont and a blend of Old World and New World cookery, but we believe the changes we’ve implemented this year improve the dining experience all the more. From the new color of the walls to the cherry tabletops, we invite you to be among the first Pitcher Inn guests to enjoy the restaurant in its more relaxed and cozy guise—and to ooh and ah over Chef Bove’s fresh menu.
Come dine with us!