Have you ever chosen a hotel based on its restaurant? Of course, you have. Foodies will go anywhere for a great meal. It’s a bonus when you don’t have to travel very far after enjoying a multi-course evening. Here are four places where you can eat and sleep. Three are fairly close to home, but one will take you very far away.
Norwalk: GrayBarns on the Silvermine River serves elevated comfort food, warm sourdough, and craft cocktails in the Tavern at GrayBarns. The Connecticut inn is only one hour from New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.
North Hatley: Manoir Hovey offers a table d’hôte menu, a 900-bottle wine cellar, and a cozy atmosphere in Le Hatley Restaurant. The lakeside inn sits on one of the prettiest spots in Québec.
Mabou: The Glenora Inn features three-course dinners, Canadian wines, and traditional cèilidhs. Your evening should end with one more glass of whisky, since you’re at the first single malt distillery in North America.
Merricks North: Jackalope Hotel creates five-course tasting menus based on the kitchen’s garden, local producers, and wines from the Mornington Peninsula at Doot Doot Doot. The sleek, art-filled hotel opened in Australia last year.