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West Dover Restaurants

Treat your taste buds: Explore West Dover restaurants

West Dover Restaurants

Dot's Of Dover
Dot's Of Dover
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American | West Dover, Vermont

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Two Tannery Road
Two Tannery Road
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American | West Dover, Vermont

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Fiddleheads At Mount Snow
Fiddleheads At Mount Snow
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American | West Dover, Vermont

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Deerhill Inn & Restaurant
Deerhill Inn & Restaurant
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Italian | West Dover, Vermont

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Sawmill Farm
Sawmill Farm
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American | West Dover, Vermont

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100 North Steak & Pasta House
100 North Steak & Pasta House
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Steakhouse | West Dover, Vermont

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Discover West Dover

West Dover is home to a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars. Here, you'll find a number of charming seafood restaurants that carry the local favorites: clam chowder and lobster bisque. Or, you can satisfy your craving for game meats and try the ever-popular lamb and venison. These two iconic meats can be found at the neighborhood’s many farm-to-table and French-American restaurants. Local cheese is another specialty. To get a taste of the local cheeses, you can stop into one of the area’s many American restaurants. For something a little more unique, stop into one of the neighborhood’s contemporary American or French restaurants and try the fiddleheads.

Discover West Dover

West Dover is home to a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars. Here, you'll find a number of charming seafood restaurants that carry the local favorites: clam chowder and lobster bisque. Or, you can satisfy your craving for game meats and try the ever-popular lamb and venison. These two iconic meats can be found at the neighborhood’s many farm-to-table and French-American restaurants. Local cheese is another specialty. To get a taste of the local cheeses, you can stop into one of the area’s many American restaurants. For something a little more unique, stop into one of the neighborhood’s contemporary American or French restaurants and try the fiddleheads.