Hemingway's Restaurant...
Now a Vermont classic for dining you'll want to remember.

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A warm, gracious and intimate evening awaits.

Come in. You'll quickly discover that our menu and our decor is both classic and contemporary in the most unexpected ways... and delightfully harmonizes from plate to palate!

Snuggle fireside, dine in our romantic stone-walled wine cellar or feast regally in our vaulted room.

Friendly waitstaff is at your service... we were put here to spoil you.

Delectable Maine lobster, hand-rolled pasta and succulent native pheasant are among the best dishes you've tasted.

But there's so much more to Hemingway's...

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Photo - The comfortable atmosphere at Hemingway's

You still can't download any of our new classic cuisine favorites, like our chunky good Scallop and Crab Cake. You can however find out more about Hemingway's and make a reservation to restore yourself. So please, browse around, then add spending an evening with us to your "must do" list. If you have comments or questions drop us a note, fax 802-422-3468, or call us at 802-422-3886.

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Serving local products for nearly 30 years!

Killington, Vermont, USA

As we attempt to recover from Hurricane Irene damages Hemingway's will be closed until further notice. Thank you for your interest and best wishes to all. To offer your assistance to those who have suffered greatly visit www.vermont211.org
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Cheers! 10 best après-ski scenes / MSNBC travel January 2011

Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England
This is far from your usual ski-town eatery: Hemingway's regularly rates as one of America's finest restaurants....{and} shows no signs of resting on its laurels. You don't expect one of America's finest restaurants to be located on an out-of-the-way highway in the Green Mountains, but the dining here is transcendent for its flavors, imagination and attention to detail. Praised by magazines from Food & Wine to Esquire, there is no finer spot for special occasions or simply a culinary experience that achieves perfection.

Vermont’s premier restaurant for gourmet and fine dining is located in Killington, the heart of Vermont country, within striking distance of Rutland, Woodstock and Ludlow. You won't be sorry if you visit just to celebrate the day!


We hope you visit us soon to see why people say Hemingway's is "the best restaurant in Vermont."

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A Four Star Wedding for just the two of you.

Superchef Cookbook Our own Ted Fondulas has earned his place beside America's superstar chefs in Superchefs by Karen Gantz Zahler. Find out more.

To enjoy the flavor of Hemingway's at your home, try our Cream of Garlic Soup.

Don't leave our site without first entering our contest! You can win a custom designed sterling silver Hemingway's pin.

Remember, we welcome private cocktail or dinner parties and
memorable rehearsal dinners are our specialty.

Gift Certificates are available in any amount.
Just call or email us. We'll take care of everything.

"Hemingway's tries to recapture the art of dining — and succeeds. The focus is on the experience instead of on trends and design. Not unlike Vermont itself."
Travel & Leisure, February '97

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4988 US ROUTE 4 • KILLINGTON, VT • (802) 422-3886

Ted and Linda Fondulas

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"Extreme Cuisine--Unplugged"

Pictured in the above restaurant photo:
Sculpture by Ed Jaffe "Another time; Another Place" is based upon
the "Poplu Vuh" which is the Mayan story of how time began.