Coleman Brook Tavern
Jackson Gore Village
Nothing says great food like knowing the artisans who produce it; great wine like knowing the stories of the wineries; great service like a staff that trained to help you experience the joy of dining; unparallel comfort like our inviting dining room. That's Coleman Brook Tavern, located in the Jackson Gore Inn
Reservations are suggested for dinner, please call 802-228-1435.
The impressive menu combines a unique mix of traditional and modern cuisine orchestrated by Chef Scot Emerson. Chef Scot enjoys relationships with the food he serves to ensure you’re in for a dining treat. Everything is carefully sourced – you’re always getting the best available. And, his creative preparations will delight your culinary needs.
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Our award-winning wine list features almost 800 selections and 7,000 bottles. While concentrated on American offerings befitting our American tavern menu, we offer wines from around the world. Coleman Brook Tavern's wine list has been awarded Wine Spectator's Best of Award of Excellence – one of only 800 restaurants world wide. We have the depth and breadth that ensures there will be a bottle for everyone.
On your way to dinner – or just for the fun of it – stop by Coleman's Lobby Bar. There you'll find a list of creative martinis served in a chilled giant glass and the best liquor selection including single malt scotches, single barrel bourbons, port wines, cognacs and more. We also feature an array of beers from craft brewers nationwide. Let our bartenders wow you with their mixologist skills.
Our well trained staff is honored to help you select the perfect meal and the perfect bottle of wine to compliment it. It all comes together in our warm dining room with over-stuffed chairs and sofas for your comfort. And, our Wine Room provides a space for adult dining and private parties surrounded by our wine collection.
Chef Scot Emerson Interview