Dine With Us
The Hermitage Club offers several dining options.
Whether enjoying a meal in the soaring dining room, enjoying a drink at the mountain-facing bar and patio, tasting the delicacies available in the featured menus at the mezzanine or ending the day in our whiskey lounge, The Hermitage Club offers a multitude of dining and beverage options. From delicious Vermont comfort food to a wonderful apres ski small plate or appetizer, everyone can be satisfied.
Clubhouse Food & Beverage operations are based on mountain operations.
Enjoy the fast and tasty chef kitchen menu in an a la carte, full service atmosphere. Our friendly service teams will take your order and go through the line for you.
Upper Mezzanine level
Seat yourself, help yourself. We’ve provided everything you need to enjoy a quick, delicious lunch built, just how you like. Our friendly bar staff and cashiers are ready to ring you up and get you back on the mountain.
Grab and Go
Located down the hall past the chef’s kitchen.
Find our mountain side café for a hot chocolate or a quick bite to eat in the PDR west. Tables are limited so scoot down and meet a new friend.
Valley View Barista
Have a cappuccino or espresso while you grab a fountain soda for the kids.
Last Run Drink and Dine
Located on the main floor patio.
Enjoy a craft cocktail or beer along with whatever you are craving from either of our full, a la carte menus. Remember it’s 21 and older so get plenty of tokens for the kids.
On open days, ski into our Mid-Mountain Cabin for a warmup and one of our amazing custom hot dogs, burgers or other creations. Tables are set on a first-come first-serve basis. Mid-Mountain cabin operations are based on mountain operations.
Haystack Summit Cabin
Although you’ve already arrived at our summit on a heated bubble-sheltered lift, our mountaintop cabin is just steps from the lift drop and is well suited for a warm beverage, waffle or cocktail before you tackle the uncrowded slopes that define the Hermitage Club experience. Haystack Summit Cabin operations are based on mountain operations.