Pioneers in the farm-to-table movement since 1983 and inspired by the working landscape of Vermont, sustainability is the foundation of chef-owned Mary's Restaurant and the Inn at Baldwin Creek. They are one of a select few restaurants in the state of Vermont to have received the Slow Food Snail of Approval designation. Beautifully situated in a narrow valley just north of Bristol Village, Baldwin Creek occupies a classic New-England-style house with a renovated barn for larger events. Wooden lampposts guide the way for cars entering the grounds. Behind the Inn are the greenhouses and a chicken coop - home to dozens of Red Star chickens, providing fresh eggs and produce for Mary’s Restaurant. It's as locally sourced as food can get.
1868 North Route 116
Bristol, VT 05443
Wed - Thurs; 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Fri - Sat; 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun; 10:30am - 2:00pm
NOTE: During the Summer months, Sunday dinner replaces brunch.
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