The Mill Tavern is a great place to have a warm and cozy meal during ski season. It's the only time they're open. It's an old relic of a place (formerly a working mill, hence the name) profusely decorated with all sorts of antique tools and parephernalia collected by Ed, the owner, who personally presides over the dining room. Best best: big, juicy prime rib dinner served weekends only.
Some reviewers haven't liked this place and had complaints about service. It's Vermont, things move a little slower here. It's also very rustic, which may turn some people off. But it's definitely worth a try if you're looking for an authentic Vermont evening.
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