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– Thursday – Sunday 5 – 9pm + open this Monday for Labor day-


– Thursday – Sunday 4pm – close –

Breakfast on us

Each morning we serve a breakfast of homemade granola, Vermont yogurt and coffee at no additional cost to hostel guests. Bring your own breakfast groceries if you’d like to cook in our kitchen in the morning.

Dinner in our Restaurant

Half the fun of staying here is getting to experience our little restaurant and bar that pump out insane amounts of delicious food and drinks. Thursday through Sunday nights, we serve dinner from 5:30-9pm to our lodging guests and the public. Our lovely chef, Alyssa, has years of experience in the restaurant biz and has turned the hostel into a foodie destination in Southern VT. Join a friend, old or new, and enjoy fresh, local food over a few board games and drinks.

Click here for an up-to-date menu

See more about our kitchen


We take limited reservations each night for parties of 5 or more, as we only have three tables that seat 5+ people. At these tables, we do two seatings per night at 6pm and 8pm. For the remainder of our tables we seat on a first-come, first-served basis for a few reasons. We maintain this practice because we want to remain a neighborhood restaurant where anyone, on any given night, can have a chance to dine with us without having to book a table weeks in advance. So, if you want to dine with us, come on in! Sometimes you’ll be sat right away, other times you’ll need to put your name on a wait list.

Here are the exceptions to our reservation policy:

If you’re an overnight guest: We recommend letting us know that you’d like us to save you a table a few days before you arrive. We do two to three seatings a night, and we will always try our best to give you a spot in your requested seating. We will be in touch throughout the night to let you know when your table will be available!



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