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From The Blog Social distancing dining in Woodstock

Bon Appétit

With precautions like increased sanitization, takeout and pickup options, and outdoor and indoor dining with capacity limits, eating local is safe and easy in the time of COVID-19...

Please note that while masks are required within Woodstock Village as per the COVID-19 Emergency Ordinance, face coverings or face shields are not required inside dining establishments once seating or dining has commenced or outside dining on sidewalks or village parks. Click here for details.

Updated June 30, 2020

Eateries with outdoor or indoor dining

Prince and pauper outdoor dining
The Prince & the Pauper
Dinner served with a side of sunshine & flowers at The Prince & The Pauper
  • The Prince & The Pauper (pickup and curbside delivery from 4-7 PM daily):
  • The Public House Pub in Quechee (Open daily Monday through Thursday 4-11 PM, Friday 3 PM-12 AM, Saturday 12 PM-12 AM, Sunday 12-9 PM)
    • Curbside pickup (click here) or reservation only outdoor dining, call (802) 295-8500
Ottauquechee River spot near White Cottage in summer
Ottauquechee River spot near White Cottage in summer

Eat well while social distancing via these local restaurants offering pickup/takeout only

Woodstock bars and restaurants will remain closed to sit-down diners in accordance with Gov. Phil Scott's directive, but you can still enjoy some of your favorite dishes at home...


NOTE: Currently, there is no evidence of food or food packaging being associated with transmission of COVID-19 according to the FDA

Closed restaurants :

  • The Lincoln Inn Restaurant
  • The South Woodstock Country Store Cafe (reopening soon)

Woodstock COVID-19 Resource Updates

Are you living or working in and around Woodstock? Read on for helpful insights to assist you, your family, your business, & your employees in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak...

We've gathered essential resources including service contact information and guidances for employees and employers, insight from the Department of Health, resources for education, food delivery services, and more:



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