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Killington hosts 4241 Restaurant Week Sept. 7-14

"Killington Restaurant Week really highlights the incredible culinary scene we have in town," said Morrison.

Prix-fixe menus for $42.41 feed two
KILLINGTON - The Town of Killington welcomes the return of Killington Restaurant Week Sept. 7-14. The promotion features fixed-price menus at 11 restaurants in town, giving Killington region residents and visitors the opportunity to sample different cuisines from Killington's best restaurants.
All participating restaurants are offering a multi-course dinner menu celebrating the elevation of Killington Peak at 4241 ($42.41 for two; $21.20 for one, tax and tip not included.)
Specialty Restaurant Week menus will be featured at: Birch Ridge Inn, Casey's Caboose, Charity's Tavern Restaurant, Choices Rotisserie & Restaurant, Inn at Long Trail, Liquid Art, Lookout Tavern, Outback Pizza, On the Rocs Lounge, Ovations Restaurant and Peppino's.
Amy Morrison, Event & Marketing Coordinator for the Town of Killington says, "Killington Restaurant Week really highlights the incredible culinary scene we have in town and the price point creates a wonderful opportunity to try new restaurants or revisit old favorites."
As a state, Vermont has a successful track record of food-based events, seen in the propensity of 'Farm to Table' events, the launch of the Vermont Fresh network, and the Seven Days Restaurant week, produced in Burlington. The Town helps to bring this enthusiasm to central Vermont in the second week of the popular Killington Hay festival.
The Killington Hay Festival is produced by the Town of Killington and includes more than 25 giant hay sculptures, on display from Labor Day through Columbus Day.  For more info on Restaurant Week and the Hay Festival, as well as other upcoming events visit