A vacation at a Sunday River Condo in New England will offer you an unforgettable mountain experience and will also let you enjoy all kinds of dining styles, depending on your preferences or occasions. Besides how lovely and comfortable it is, your Sunday River vacation home keeps you close to the mountain, to all the winter sports and to a number of restaurants.
Find dining facilities adapted to your personal style at your disposal. Casual or fine dining options, featuring delicious and rich menus are close at hand. There are plenty of dinner spots, presenting the best of local cuisine, as well as international culinary classics. All locations are served by the resort transportation system and accessible from your Sunday River Condo.
Build your own burger, taste some local specials, such as the chicken fritter platter or Downeast mac & cheese, or become your crew's hero: eat 10 hot sauced wings in only 5 minutes, and get them all for free! The average price per person is about $20 to 25 at Foggy's as of fall 2010.
Shipyard Brew Haus
Enjoy a cozy atmosphere with your family at the Shipyard Brew Haus, where vegetarians and meat admirers' preferences are satisfied. Try versions of the traditional beef, hummus on oat bread, pan-blackened haddock and many other items to suit your taste.
With its pricing of around $20 per person, The Millbrook Tavern is a budget spot with a sufficient variety of beef, pork and other hamburgers, appetizers and seasonal salads. It is a great place to hang out after a tiring day with its billiard tables, widescreen TV and a good selection of beer.
North Peak Lodge
For the average price of $50 per person, you can ride up to the peak and enjoy a real classy dinner with an amazing view. Greeted with champagne and hors d'oeuvres, entertained with live music, you will enjoy a fresh selection of Maine ingredients and dishes by Sunday River's best chiefs.
Another great dining place to visit while staying at a Sunday River condo is the Legends restaurant, where the pricing is around $45 per person. Some notable dishes include maple cider pork chop, 10-ounce New York sirloin, lobster bruschetta and many more. You can also choose from a fine collection of wine.
This restaurant is remarkable, both with its view to Jordan Bowl and its diverse menu. Try the chicken alfredo pot pie, scallop cocktail, cedar-planked salmon and take a look at the selection of sandwiches and burgers brought to refinement. Pricing is approximately $40 per person as of fall 2010.
Combine your cozy Sunday River vacation home with a culinary adventure, trying different styles and enjoying the multiple possibilities for casual and fine dining. Visit Vamoose.com to find your vacation property by price, size and closest amenities.