Long regarded as one of Vermont’s finest restaurants, The Prince & The Pauper now celebrates its 35th year of excellence with Executive Chef Dan McLellan and proprietors Heidi Talbert and Vincent Talento. Our Prix Fixe Dinner Menu changes nightly and is inspired by flavors from around the globe. The Bistro Menu offers an eclectic selection of lighter fare, and both menus provide outstanding value and the same culinary excellence!
We invite you to join us for a memorable evening. Our lounge opens for cocktails at 5:00 pm and dinner is served every evening beginning at 5:30 pm. You’ll find us in the heart of Woodstock Village, next to The Woodstock History Center (click here for directions). Our Prix Fixe Menu is always available à la Carte. The Bistro Menu is available Sunday through Friday with the exception of certain holiday weekends and very busy special times. We are often asked about our dress code, our response is “evening, dressy casual, jackets are not required.” We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Special Events at The Prince and The Pauper…
DINNER and a Movie
How it works…~ Complimentary same night Big Screen Movie Ticket when you are seated for dinner at 5:30pm and purchase an Entrée. Date night dinner with us, then off to the 7:30pm movies presented by Pentangle Arts at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre ~
* Reservations are recommended *
We will update you on upcoming Movies as soon as they become available, at the moment CATS the Musical has taken over the Movie Theatre / Stage
***Offer valid on evenings when Pentangle Arts www.pentanglearts.org has a movie showing that same night***
Mother’s Day Brunch Only and CATS Package: SOLD OUT!
Mother’s Day, May 8th, 2016
Brunch and CATS Matinée Show PACKAGE
Treat Mom to a relaxing and enjoyable day in Woodstock, Vermont! For all those meals she has cooked for you……
P&P Brunch seatings begin at 11:00am and the last seating is 12:15pm, then off to the 2:00pm
matinée performance of CATS Live on the Stage at Pentangle Arts
CATS Musical is produced by Pentangle Ars in Collaboration with ArtisTree Community Arts Center
ADVANCE PURCHASE AND RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED by calling The P&P (802) 457-1818
Package price $50 Adult or $37 Child 12 and under includes Soup or Salad, Entrée, Dessert, Coffee or Tea or Soft drink, tax and Gratuity and a Ticket to CATS Matinée Sunday, May 8th at 2:00pm
Brunch Only $25 (Tax and Gratuity not included)
*NO REFUNDS & NO EXCHANGES*
Mother’s Day Brunch Menu
3 Course Prix Fix
Soup or Salad
Sliced Roasted Sirloin
Poached Faroe Island Salmon
Classic Quiche Lorraine
Strawberry French Toast
Brie and Apple Strudel
Coffee, Tea or Soft drink
$50 Adult / Cats Package
$37 Child 12 and under/ Cats Package
Dan McLellan, Executive Chef Lyda Lemire, Chef de Cuisine
Mother’s Day Dinner: Offering our Dinner Menu and Bistro Menu 5:30 pm through 8:30 pm – Please call to reserve a table 802 457 1818
After a long day of work or touring we welcome you and yours to come in, sit back, relax and enjoy a memorable evening. Our staff will offer you great food, creative cocktails and professional service in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. –Thank you so much for 35 wonderful years!
Planning a Wedding in Woodstock
The Prince and The Pauper is centrally located in the heart of Woodstock Village. Easy walking distance from The Woodstock Inn, The Shire Woodstock, Pentangle Arts and the churches of Woodstock. We’ve hosted over one hundred Wedding Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners with custom designed menus to fit any budget. Indoor seating is available for groups up to 75. Outdoor seasonal events can be arranged on the lawn of The Woodstock History Center…overlooking the beautiful Ottauquechee River…for groups up to 150. Please call us at 802.457.1818 for further information.
We would be delighted to help you create the perfect affair. Come Celebrate with us!!! Bridal Luncheons, Birthdays, Graduation, Anniversary and Corporate Dinners. Learn More
Wedding receptions and rehearsal dinners are a specialty, indoors or out. . Learn More
The perfect gift for the person that has everything? Dinner at the Prince And The Pauper, of course. Learn More