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Ceremony/Reception

The Woodstock Area has a wide variety of houses of worship for traditional ceremonies. If you would like to get married next to the Ottauquechee river you can contact the Woodstock History Center, who does rent their lovely back lawn. Under frequently asked questions you will find a comprehensive list of Justices of the Peace who can also perform your ceremony.


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Prince & the Pauper The

Prince &  the Pauper The
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Julie Shoemaker (+)

(802) 457-1818
(802) 457-4577
[email protected]

Long regarded as one of Vermont’s finest restaurants, The Prince & The Pauper now celebrates its 35th year of excellence with Executive Chef Dan McLellan and proprietors Heidi Talbert and Vincent Talento.

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Our Prix Fixe Dinner Menu changes nightly and is inspired by flavors from around the globe. The Bistro Menu offers an eclectic selection, and both menus provide outstanding value and the same culinary excellence!

We invite you to join us for a memorable evening. Our lounge opens for cocktails or a glass of wine at 5:00 p.m. and dinner is served every evening beginning at 5:30 p.m. You'll find us in the heart of Woodstock Village, next to The Woodstock Historical Society.