Stowe Mountain Lodge implements new weekly events for spring/summer season
Spa, Dining and Recreation Options provide activities for visitors and locals alike
Stowe Mountain Lodge will begin Burgers, Brews and Biscuits on Friday, May 18. The program allows local dog owners and guests staying with dogs to dine on the patio at Solstice, the lodge’s fine dining restaurant, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 18 to June 16, 2012. The menu will entail a variety of $12 Solstice Burger plates, $3 Microbrews on tap, and a special dog menu for all dogs attending. The North Country Animal League will also be involved in order to gain more support of the dog rescue services the organization provides to Northern Vermont residents.
Dog menu items include: natural house-baked biscuits, the “Roll Over,” with ground turkey, oatmeal and carrots; the “Sit” with ground, black angus beef, toasted barley and tomatoes, the “Stay” with ground salmon, brown rice and peas and house made “Snickerpoodle” cookies for dessert.
On Saturday, June 16, to culminate the month-long charity event, Stowe Mountain Lodge will host a complimentary guided hike for visitors and their dogs from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. prior to the last day of dining with dogs on the Solstice patio. The hike will be guided by Stowe Mountain Lodge’s recreation manager, Matt Hesser, and will be a chance for people to meet who often walk or hike with their dogs in the Stowe or Burlington areas. North Country Animal League will also bring dogs that are up for adoption.
Also this summer, Stowe Mountain Lodge will be hosting Margarita Wednesdays with a margarita and build-your-own nacho bar for $10. The event will take place every Wednesday from June 6 to September 5 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. outside on the patio of Solstice restaurant, weather permitting.
Stowe Mountain Lodge will also continue with the spa’s Friday Afternoon Club, beginning April 27. The event includes a hand and foot treatment, and wine and cheese for $20 per person. Located on the pool patio or in the Relaxation Sanctuary, Friday Afternoon Club takes place from 5-7 p.m. through November.
About Stowe Mountain Lodge
Stowe Mountain Lodge is the centerpiece of Spruce Peak at Stowe, a $400 million alpine community that has been in planning and development stages for the past 16 years. As part of this new community, owners and guests of Stowe Mountain Lodge will enjoy world-class service, 312 guest rooms, a 21,000-square-foot spa and wellness center, ski-in/ski-out access to over 100 legendary trails, exclusive access to Stowe Mountain Club, an 18-hole mountain golf course designed by Bob Cupp, and a heated outdoor pool. Stowe Mountain Resort offers over 56,000 square feet of event space, as well as high-end boutiques, restaurants and limitless on-mountain recreational options. The lodge offers farm-to-table cuisine in Solstice restaurant and Hourglass bar. In addition, 34 fractionally-owned condominium units are available for vacation home ownership in the Lodge’s Front Four Private Residence Club, as well as the slope-side four- and five-bedroom, three story Mountain Cabins. Room reservations, with special lodging offers and packages, are available by calling: (802) 253-3560 or (888) 4-STOWE-VT, or by visiting www.stowemountainlodge.com. For real estate inquiries, please call: (888) 403-7739 or (802) 253-0320.
About Stowe Mountain Resort
Stowe is an internationally renowned four-season destination. Stowe Mountain Resort, with majestic Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak, is filled with activities for every season: golf, tennis, hiking, fishing, skiing, snowboarding, world-class dining, shopping, spas and more. Stowe’s historic village combined with Vermont’s most spectacular landscape creates the quintessential New England getaway. For more information please visit: www.stowe.com/or call: 1-800-253-4754.
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