Après Ski Like a Local in Stowe, VermontFebruary 14, 2018
by EAT STOWE
One of many things that sets Stowe, Vermont apart from other ski towns in Vermont is the bustling après ski scene. We asked local food blogger, Eat Stowe, for a list of favorite places to stop after a long day of skiing or riding so you can navigate the après ski scene like a local.
Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge
Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge is the perfect place to stop on the way down the hill. They have a variety of pizzas to choose from, and you can’t beat the deals on slice and drink specials. Named by Travel + Leisure as one of “America’s Best Pizza” restaurants, Piecasso’s friendly atmosphere is great for families and people of all ages.
At Stowe’s Asian fusion and Hibachi spot, you’ll find one of the best après ski deals in town: free wings at the bar from 3 to 6 p.m. Make a reservation for one of the hibachi tables for a fun and delicious dinner experience at Sushi Yoshi.
Doc Ponds has one of the most extensive beer selections in Stowe, with 24 rotating taps and more than 100 different bottle and can options. Drink beer, relax and listen to some music as Doc Ponds has two turn tables and more than 1,000 vinyl records!
The Matterhorn Restaurant & Bar
Recognized as the “#1 Après Ski bar in the US” by USA Today, the Matterhorn Restaurant & Bar is a popular destination after a day on the hill. Live music and entertainment along with a fusion of locals and visitors alike create a lively après ski scene. “The Horn” offers wood-fired pizza and an extensive sushi menu.
Fun for the entire family! Stowe Bowl is an 8-lane, boutique bowling alley that offers robust appetizers, light bites, beer and specialty cocktails. We recommend “the Lebowski” to really channel your inner dude.