An entire year could be spent discovering the charming and historic restaurants and inns in New England. The six New England states all feature historic and sensational restaurants. From the oldest restaurant in America in Boston, MA to today’s featured historic property – the Norwich Inn. The Norwich Inn is the oldest operating inn in Vermont and worth a special visit – even if you can’t stay the night.
The Norwich Inn dining room serves dinner nightly and features an ever-changing menu that is optimized to take advantage of local food and produce. Read about our recent visit to this historic New England Inn and Brew Pub. Contact us for information about featuring your business in NE Living Magazine. We share the best of New England with the world.
Norwich Inn – Historic New England Dining
The dining options are as varied as the menu choices at the historic Norwich Inn.
Depending upon your mood or the weather you can choose the Jasper Murdock’s Ale House Pub, Outdoor Dining on the Patio, the Inn’s Dining Room, or out of the Terrace. The same menu options are available wherever you choose to dine. Advance Reservations, however, are only available in the dining room or terrace areas. The Pub dining is “first come, first served”. The Norwich Inn chefs have fantastic contacts with local foragers, farms, and orchards. That means, the menu is always evolving but the options are always fresh and delicious. Farm-to-table beef, chicken, veal, produce, and cheeses are incorporated into the made-to-order dishes. The restaurant also has a full-service liquor license, talented bartenders, delightful waitstaff, and an unmatched atmosphere.
Historic New England Dining
The Norwich Inn dining room features a nice view of Main Street in Norwich. You can feel the history as you look out during dinner. An Inn has been on this spot since 1776 and the view has not changed all that much in Norwich. While there are other historic restaurants in New England very few have been brewing beer as long as the Norwich Inn has. That tradition was revived in 1993 when Jasper Murdock’s Alehouse began producing traditional English-style ales in 5-gallon glass jugs. Jasper Murdock’s beers are sold only at the Inn. You should call in advance to place an order to pick up when you come to the Inn. This historic New England restaurant was visited by President James Monroe. He dined at the Norwich Inn in 1817 while on a horseback tour of the New England frontier. Your visit will be quite a bit easier, the inn is just a few miles off of I-91 in Norwich, Vermont.
Visit Norwich Vermont
Norwich is a scenic Vermont town located just across the river from Hanover, New Hampshire, and Dartmouth College. The easiest way to get here is Interstate 91, Exit 13 for Norwich, VT. The Inn is located on Main Street in the Center of Norwich about 1/2 mile West of I-91. The exit is located about 5 miles north of the intersection of I-89 and I-91 in White River Junction, VT. Dartmouth College is a direct, 1 1/2 mile, 5-minute drive across the Connecticut River in Hanover, New Hampshire. Find more information about Norwich in VT Living Magazine.
For further information visit www.norwichinn.com.
The Norwich Inn, 325 Main Street, Norwich, VT 05055 | 802-649-1143
The Norwich Inn is a historic Vermont inn located just across the river from Hanover, New Hampshire. An Inn has been on the site since 1797; the current Victorian Structure since 1890. We offer 38 guestrooms, Pub, Dining Room, and Microbrewery. The Brewery at the Norwich Inn is one of the top VT breweries - all Jasper Murdock Ales and craft beer are brewed on premises.
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